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The Blockcrunch - Market Protocol (Seth Rubin); Why Do We Need Decentralized Derivatives?

Published on June 24th, 2019 by DSholla

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Veteran trader Seth Rubin wants to create better, more transparent financial products. So he co-founded Market Protocol, a decentralized derivatives project on Ethereum. This week, Seth joins me in discussing

  • Why do we need decentralized financial derivatives?
  • How does Market differ from other projects - like dYdX or UMA?
  • What will DeFi derivatives look like in 5-10 years?
  • How will they compete with centralized players like Bitmex?

Support the show:

  • Pay with Dai here
  • BTC: 3EFSLnPpme6Lo6DynN1bVV9owooueFvEmJ
  • ETH: 0xdec40AA30B9C562aB4b839529BfC290C1B5Da61E Host: Jason Choi (@MrJasonChoi).

Disclaimer: Market Protocol is an advisory client of the Spartan Group.


Resources:

Market Protocol Twitter Relay node newsletter (Asia crypto events)

Support the show:

  • Pay with Dai here
  • BTC: 3EFSLnPpme6Lo6DynN1bVV9owooueFvEmJ
  • ETH: 0xdec40AA30B9C562aB4b839529BfC290C1B5Da61E

Host: Jason Choi (@MrJasonChoi).

Disclaimer: Market Protocol is an advisory client of the Spartan Group.

Resources:

Disclaimer: Jason Choi is an investor at Spartan Capital, the hedge fund arm of The Spartan Group. All opinions expressed by Jason and podcast guests are solely their own opinions and do not reflect the opinion of The Spartan Group and any of its subsidiaries and personnel. This podcast is for information purposes only and should not be relied upon as a basis for investment decisions. The Spartan Group and its clients may hold positions in assets described in the episode. Detailed disclaimers available at jasonchoi.me and spartangroup.io/disclaimer

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