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Episode 140 - Concordium - Trust and privacy powered by blockchain and zero-knowledge proofs

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In episode 140, we’re excited to welcome Lars Seier Christensen, Chairman and Founder of Concordium, a Layer1 blockchain on a mission to create a future based on trust, privacy, and safety. We discuss Zero-knowledge proofs and some of their use cases, the role of blockchain in protecting individual identity and data sovereignty, some of the projects building on Concordium, and much more.

--Three Key Takeaways--

  • In our increasingly digital age, where identity and data are tied closely to one’s online activities, it is important to put in place measures to protect an individual’s privacy and give them sovereignty over their data. Blockchain, along with ZK Proofs, can help make this a reality.
  • Zero-Knowledge Proofs enable individuals or entities to prove something about themselves without disclosing the underlying data behind the proof. There are many exciting use cases for ZK Proofs including voting, proof of age and credentials, and KYC processes.
  • When building in Web3, it’s important to stay true to the foundational ethos of Web3 while also recognizing the need to achieve regulatory compliance. Regulations aren’t going anywhere, and as Web3 continues to grow and achieve widescale adoption, regulatory scrutiny will only increase.

--Full shownotes with links available at--
https://www.cryptoaltruism.org/blog/crypto-altruism-podcast-episode-140-concordium-trust-and-privacy-powered-by-blockchain-and-zero-knowledge-proofs
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コンテンツは Crypto Altruism によって提供されます。エピソード、グラフィック、ポッドキャストの説明を含むすべてのポッドキャスト コンテンツは、Crypto Altruism またはそのポッドキャスト プラットフォーム パートナーによって直接アップロードされ、提供されます。誰かがあなたの著作物をあなたの許可なく使用していると思われる場合は、ここで概説されているプロセスに従うことができますhttps://ja.player.fm/legal

In episode 140, we’re excited to welcome Lars Seier Christensen, Chairman and Founder of Concordium, a Layer1 blockchain on a mission to create a future based on trust, privacy, and safety. We discuss Zero-knowledge proofs and some of their use cases, the role of blockchain in protecting individual identity and data sovereignty, some of the projects building on Concordium, and much more.

--Three Key Takeaways--

  • In our increasingly digital age, where identity and data are tied closely to one’s online activities, it is important to put in place measures to protect an individual’s privacy and give them sovereignty over their data. Blockchain, along with ZK Proofs, can help make this a reality.
  • Zero-Knowledge Proofs enable individuals or entities to prove something about themselves without disclosing the underlying data behind the proof. There are many exciting use cases for ZK Proofs including voting, proof of age and credentials, and KYC processes.
  • When building in Web3, it’s important to stay true to the foundational ethos of Web3 while also recognizing the need to achieve regulatory compliance. Regulations aren’t going anywhere, and as Web3 continues to grow and achieve widescale adoption, regulatory scrutiny will only increase.

--Full shownotes with links available at--
https://www.cryptoaltruism.org/blog/crypto-altruism-podcast-episode-140-concordium-trust-and-privacy-powered-by-blockchain-and-zero-knowledge-proofs
--Support us with a Fiat or Crypto contribution--
Learn more at cryptoaltruism.org/supportus
--This episode was recorded on Zencastr!--
Interested in starting your own podcast? Use my special link to save 30% off your first month of any Zencastr paid plan. Alternatively, head to zencastr.com/pricing and use my code "CryptoAltruism".

Please note: we make use of affiliate marketing to provide readers with referrals to high quality and relevant products and services.

--DISCLAIMER --
While we may discuss specific web3 projects or cryptocurrencies on this podcast, please do not take any of this as investment advice, and please make sure to do your own research on potential investment opportunities, or any opportunity, before making an investment. We host a variety of guests on this podcast with the sole purpose of highlighting the social impact use cases of this technology. That being said, Crypto Altruism does not endorse any of these projects, and we recognize that, since this is an emerging sector, some may be operating in regulatory grey areas, and as such, we cannot confirm their legality in the jurisdictions in which they operate, especially as it pertains to decentralized finance protocols. So, before getting involved with any project, it’s important that you do your own research and confirm the legality of the project. More on the disclaimer at cryptoaltruism.org.

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