Bitcoin & Crypto Trading: Ledger Cast

An interview with SushiSwap contributors Boring and Keno

Episode Summary

In this episode of Ledger Cast, I interview Boring and Keno, both developers and contributors to Sushi. Sushi is much more than an AMM platform now, and they describe what they’ve built, what they’re building, how Sushi fits into the broader ecosystem, and what’s next.

Episode Notes

Welcome to Ledger Cast, hosted by me, Brian Krogsgard (@ledgerstatus on twitter), and Josh Olszewicz (@carpenoctom). Ledger Cast is a cryptocurrency trading and blockchain ecosystem podcast.

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In this episode, I dig into SushiSwap Protocol and the massive amount of development occurring in that ecosystem. I’m joined by BoringCrypto and Keno, two active developers and contributors to the Sushi ecosystem.

They are working on a bunch of stuff, but Sushi’s key links and products are:


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Music: “Oh, the chains” by Joel Madison Blount

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