UNAJUA S12 EP1: Are all blockchains the same? feat. Jordan Muthemba
Not all blockchains are created equal. Kenyan blockchain developer Jordan Muthemba explains what sets different kinds apart.
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This is Part 1 of a three-part UNAJUA Series focused on what distinguishes different types of blockchains from each other. Seasoned Kenyan blockchain developer and Web 3 venture builder Jordan Muthemba shares insights on this series.
Jordan is a full-stack developer with over five years experience in Kenya's buzzy IT scene. He is currently serving as a smart contract developer and Web3 project advisor on a handful of projects for the likes of Canza Finance, SendVillage and Ubrica. He is also an active Celo Community educator and advocate.
On this podcast, Jordan offers a concise, accessible answer to the question, Are all blockchains the same?
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GUIDE: A beginner's guide to the different types of blockchain networks by CoinTelegraph
EXPLAINER: What is a blockchain? by Adam Hayes (Investopedia)
BLOG: You had me at “Celo” — Why build on the Celo blockchain by Marek Olszewski (Celo)
VIDEO: What's the difference between public and private blockchain? by IBM Blockchain
ARTICLE: The Truth About Blockchain by Marco Iansiti and Karim R. Lakhani (Harvard Business Review)
PODCAST: ATRUC S2 EP2: Convening 'Blockchain Africa' proponents with Sonya Kuhnel by African Tech Roundup
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