Sei – the fastest Layer 1 blockchain, optimizing UX for the exchange of digital assets | Fundamentals ep.71
In this episode of the Fundamentals podcast, we’re joined by Jay Jog, the Co-founder of Sei - a general purpose, open-source Layer 1 blockchain offering infrastructure optimized for the exchange of digital assets.
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We discuss what Sei is and what the main optimisations are that they have focused on. We cover the current state of the blockchain market sector, and Sei’s position within it.
We speak bout striking a balance between efficiency and decentralisation, we walk through Sei’s current developer and user bases, breakdown the importance of EVM compatibility, and as a timely topic cover why Sei would be a suitable option for the specialized backend that MakerDAOs NewChain needs.
We also break down Sei’s economic model, what the best metrics are to measure the success of an L1, and much more.
Tune in for a great discussion about the fundamentals of Sei, and the broader blockchain market sector.
Jay on X (Twitter): https://twitter.com/jayendra_jog
Sei on X (Twitter): https://twitter.com/SeiNetwork
Sei Labs on X (Twitter): https://twitter.com/Sei_Labs
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