15-minute fundamentals with Zora

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Tyson, CTO & Co-Founder of Zora, joined us for an episode the discuss what Zora is, how it works, the state of the NFT market, current growth drivers and challenges, plans for the future, and more.

Zora is a non-custodial NFT protocol built on Ethereum that makes it easy for creators and collectors to experience and express creativity and imagination on-chain.

Zora's dashboard on Token Terminal:

00:00 Introduction
01:42 The core pain-points that Zora solves for creators and collectors
03:20 Overview of Zora’s product: Protocol & platform
04:05 Most common use-cases for Zora today
05:04 State of the NFT market & Zora’s position within it
06:38 Analyzing the market potential for Zora
07:39 The role of partnerships on Zora: Case “Base, introduced”
09:02 Current growth drivers & challenges
10:54 Technical overview of how Zora works
13:18 Economic and business models
14:06 The team behind Zora
15:10 What’s next for Zora?

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