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FIO + Edge of NFT Talk Usability, NFT Protection, & How to Build a Better Web3

Luke Stokes, Managing Director of the Foundation for Interwallet Operability (FIO), catches up with the Edge of NFT Podcast to discuss how FIO is building better usability for cryptocurrency and NFTs through the development and expansion of interoperable FIO Protocol.

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One complaint that is often thrown against blockchain and crypto is its complexity and difficulty of use. With advances in the space, we now have people working on ways to make consumer accessible blockchains for everyone. Jeff Kelley, Eathan Janney, and Josh Kriger introduce us to one of the people helping make crypto and blockchains more accessible, Luke Stokes. Luke is the Managing Director of the Foundation for Interwallet Operability, and here he shares his vision and goals for the crypto industry. Help shape the future by tuning in and learning about what’s going on at the Edge of NFT.

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About Edge of NFT

Edge of NFT Podcast brings you not only the top 1% of what’s going on with NFTs today but what will stand the test of time. We explore the nuts and bolts and the business side, but also the human element of how NFTs are changing the way we interact with the things that we love. This podcast is for the futurists and dreamers, the disruptors and creators, the fans and connectors, the makers and the doers that are pumped about this ecosystem and driving where it goes next.

About FIO

FIO, the Foundation for Interwallet Operability, is a decentralized consortium of blockchain organizations and community members supporting the ongoing development, integration, and promotion of the FIO Protocol. The protocol is an open-source, decentralized usability layer solution that works across all blockchains, and uses human-readable Crypto Handles to replace the complexity, risk, and inconvenience that comes with blockchain-based transactions using public addresses.

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