Sygnum DeFi roundtable: Building institutional-grade trust in DeFi

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Mathias Imbach | Stani Kulechov | Robert Leshner | Michael Egorov | Darius Moukhtarzade

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Join Sygnum Bank Group CEO, Mathias Imbach; Aave founder, Stani Kulechov; Compound founder, Robert Leshner; and Curve founder, Michael Egorov for a DeFi roundtable on Thursday, 18 November at 3.45pm CET. Decentralised Finance (DeFi) is the umbrella term for a growing number of decentralised applications which operate on public blockchains without the need for intermediaries. It aims to deliver new levels of efficiency and service innovation across a range of traditional and new financial use-cases, and already has more than USD 200 billion Total Value Locked (TVL) within its ecosystem and is set to grow further. How can financial institutions adopt DeFi and offer more innovative products and services to their clients? And what must DeFi protocols do to build institutional trust in their solutions? The meeting of traditional and decentralised finance is often talked about, and in this special roundtable, Sygnum Bank brings together top DeFi protocols – Aave, Compound and Curve – to discuss what this really means.

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