#1 New Cryptocurrency Launching in April 2021 | Mina Protocol – The World's "Lightest" Blockchain

Evan Shapiro, CEO and co-founder O(1) Labs and Board Member at Mina Foundation, joins us to discuss Mina Protocol, the world’s lightest blockchain


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  2. Man you had the opportunity to chat with the CEO of an interesting project, and it feels like you have not done your homework yet, impressive..

  3. This guy being a total dev instead of a business man makes me go all in although I got lucky on presale. I will buy more after Listing ????

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  5. Mina Protocol is a minimal “succinct blockchain” built to curtail computational requirements in order to run DApps more efficiently. Mina has been described as the world’s lightest blockchain since its size is designed to remain constant despite growth in usage. Furthermore, it remains balanced in terms of security and decentralization. The project was rebranded from Coda Protocol to Mina in October 2020. The Mina network has a size of only 22 KB, which is miniscule when compared to Bitcoin’s 300 GB blockchain.

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