Ethereum Co-Founder Anthony Di Iorio Launches Andiami To Make Blockchains Go Mainstream

Anthony Di Iorio, the co-founder of Ethereum, has unveiled Andiami, a project that taps game theory to make blockchain computers accessible to more people.

Di Lorio says Andiami took a decade to be actualised.

With Andiami, Di Lorio is targeting decentralising blockchains by enabling crypto users to run full nodes with little to no technical expertise.

Andiami has a tentative timeline of 2025. 2023 will be for the project’s game theoretic components: a game entitled The Quest for Liberty.

From 2024 to 2025, the focus shifts to Andiami’s flagship hardware product – “The Cube”– a plug-and-play blockchain computer that runs full nodes for networks like Bitcoin and Ethereum.

The Quest for Liberty is a game where users buy player kits containing puzzles that can be solved to unlock Digital Life Tokens. Di Iorio says player kits will retail between $500 and $5,000.

Whatever the price ends up being, users will need to purchase player kits containing “Non-Fungible Phygitals” (NFPs) – physical items like player cards, embedded with NFC (near-field communication) authentication chips to link digital and physical worlds together.

Andiami will culminate with the launch of The Cube. Di Iorio says The Cube is a specialized, plug-and-play computer specifically designed to run a variety of full nodes.

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