GlobalStake’s recent S02 E08 #DecentraLounge episode with Francisco Javier Agosti the CEO of Moondance Labs, a core contributor to building the Tansii Network 🚀

In this clip Francisco outlines:
1️⃣ Onboarding Dev’s to Blockchain “Made Easier” via Tansii
2️⃣ Tansii is similar to Shopify helping launch someone’s store, but alternatively helping someone launch their own chain in a permissionless way
3️⃣ What is the Process of Building a network such as Tansii
4️⃣ Which jurisdictions do most builders live in?
5️⃣ Built to be permissionless, so location can be anywhere
6️⃣ There are tradeoffs to centralization and decentralization when building an appchain
And so much more…

Francisco Javier Agosti is the CEO of Moondance Labs. Moondance Labs is renowned for being core contributors to the Tanssi Network, an innovative blockchain and cryptocurrency platform. Under Francisco’s leadership, Moondance Labs has been instrumental in developing and advancing the Tanssi Network’s technology, pushing the boundaries of what’s possible in the digital asset space. Francisco’s vision for blockchain technology not only embraces technical excellence but also focuses on sustainable and practical applications that could redefine global transactions and digital interactions.

Tanssi, an appchain infrastructure protocol eliminates Appchain Infrastructure Complexities. Appchains connected to the Tanssi Network transform into ContainerChains, gaining access to a range of tools and resources. By harnessing Tanssi’s permissionless and developer-focused protocol, appchain builders can turn their ideas into a working concept in less than an hour.

To follow and connect with Francisco Javier Agosti and Moondance Labs , reach out to them on LinkedIn!

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Episode Co-Hosted by #GlobalStake ‘s Director of Protocol Relations Ryan Haczynski and Jordan Knecht, MBA Head of Institutional Strategies and Partnerships. More episodes coming soon…

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