Arthur Breitman, Co-Founder of Tezos, discusses his background and how his interests in finance, computer science, and political ideology led him to cryptocurrencies. He also discusses Tezos' unique features, including the governance aspect, the inflation funding mechanism, and the proof-of-stake protocol. Breitman highlights Tezos' smart contract language, Michelson, and its focus on formal verification for security. The discussion also touches on Tezos staking and the need to understand that rewards come from inflation and reallocate ownership of the network. They also discuss the role of the Tezos Foundation, improvements to the protocol, central bank digital currencies, and the increasing entry of institutional players into the crypto market. Breitman admits he can't predict the market in the next few years but is optimistic about the growth and expansion of the market.