Eyal Herzog is founder of Bancor Network and a serial entrepreneur with decades of startup experience building one of the first video streaming platforms back in 1998, Metacafe, which rivaled Youtube for a while with millions of users and knows about building digital products that go mainstream.
He explains his journey in pioneering digital currencies as early as 2012, before he knew even about Bitcoin, and how through this he built his appreciation for long-tail economics and the importance of liquidity that led to Bancor which has become a key part in the formation of the global crypto capital market. We also discuss his new venture DWEB and its mission to allow communities of developers and entrepreneurs to collaboratively launch, own and operate web apps comparable to the Facebooks and Ubers of Web 2 without the need to understand crypto.
- Understanding long tail economics
- Building on evolving protocols and technology stacks
- How blockchains make it possible to enable the original vision of a decentralized internet
- Liquidity a world of many digital assets
- Winner takes all in startups
- Abstracting token complexity
- Building Web 3 products people want