Horizon DeFi Podcast — Episode 3 — Interview w/ Meter.io

Horizon Protocol
2 min readNov 25, 2022

In this episode our Educational Director Stanton Wong held an educational interview with Xiaohan Zhu, the Founder/CEO of Meter.io.

What is Meter?
Meter is described as a high performance blockchain infrastructure, catalyzing borderless economy with disruptive innovations in DeFi, interoperability, scalability and freedom of money. Meter essentially builds the entire infrastructure ecosystem of layer 1 with consideration of speedy transactions, the ability to bridge between multiple chains, and have a native stable coin for transactions that isn’t tied to government-issued money.

It functions as a decentralized, high-performance EVM that’s compatible with Ethereum and other public chains. It uses Proof of Work to create the MTR coin, and HotStuff-based Proof of Stake for transaction validation. It offers a solution for issues with scaling and interoperability of available blockchains in order to provide the infrastructure needed to improve the functionality and usage of DeFi dApps.

Learn more about Meter.io:
https://meter.io/
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In case you missed our previous Podcast episodes, below is a brief summary and the links for each episode:

Episode 2: Learning from Synthetix
Stanton is joined once again by core team member Jay. Together they discuss why Horizon Protocol decided to fork Synthetix, what Horizon Protocol is doing differently to Synthetix, what roadblocks there are for Horizon Protocol to overcome, and more.
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Episode 1: Intro to DeFi and Synthetic Assets
In the first episode our Educational Director Stanton Wong spoke with one of our core team members, Jay. Together they discussed what DeFi is, what synthetic assets are, what impact these could have on our economy, and what Horizon Protocol’s role is within all of this.
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