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Trent Van Epps and Tim Beiko - Funding Ethereum Core Development and the Protocol Guild

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Tarun Chitra - Lessons From Building Gauntlet
In this episode, we chat with Tarun Chitra, founder and CEO of Gauntlet. Tarun shares the inspiration behind starting Gauntlet, how it has evolved over time, and their future plans. He condenses his years of experience building products for DAOs into tangible lessons for new founders. We also cover the history behind Robert Ventures, the venture fund he started with Robert Leshner. Other topics discussed include the current state of DeFi and DAOs, MEV, and governance in emerging L1s. If you're building a product for protocols, this one is a must-listen!
August 09, 2022
punk4156, Noun40, and Noun22 - The Great NounsDAO Experiment
In this episode, we catch up with punk4156, Noun40, and Noun22 about all things Nouns. We go over why NounsDAO is a thriving DAO with a consistent stream of quality governance proposals. We also cover key Nouns Primitives, such as the daily continuous auction mechanism, Prop house, and derivative projects. We also cover what are some open challenges for NounsDAO, and where it must continue to innovate going forward. --- Prop House, Nouns Build, Lil Nouns
July 31, 2022
MonetSupply - Perspectives on MakerDAO Governance
In this episode, we catch up with MonetSupply about MakerDAO. As one of the first DeFi protocols, MakerDAO is a great case study on progressive decentralization, the working group model, and DAO governance broadly. We cover Maker's core unit model, its focus on real world assets, Rune's recent return and proposal, Hasu's proposal, as well as recent drama around the Lending Oversight Core Unit. Other topics covered in the latter half of the episode include Cosmos Governance, DAO tooling, governance frameworks, veToken models, and the Terra collapse. --- Rune: The Endgame Plan, Hasu: Simple MakerDAO - Governance from first principles, Proposal: Lending Oversight Core Unit (LOVE-001)
July 12, 2022
Hasu - The Current State of DAO Governance
In this episode, we catch up with Hasu about the current challenges of DAO governance and how it can be improved. Hasu is a prolific researcher, and is active in many protocols including MakerDAO, Lido, and Flashbots. We conduct a bird's eye retrospective of DAO governance, and discuss his takeaways as a leading delegate and participant. Specific themes we touch on include Treasury Management (again), MakerDAO's roadmap and structure, the capped stETH supply debate, and many more.  --- Hasu - Lido, Hasu - MakerDAO
June 29, 2022
Trent Van Epps and Tim Beiko - Funding Ethereum Core Development and the Protocol Guild
In this episode, we chat with Trent Van Epps and Tim Beiko, long-time contributors to Ethereum. We chat about different ways of funding L1 development, Ethereum's strategy, and the Ethereum Foundation's past, present, and future role. We also talk extensively about their new initiative - the Protocol Guild, a new program to fund core development and contributors to Ethereum. It's funded by some of the top projects building and benefiting from Ethereum, and there is a current proposal to fund it from the UNI treasury. --- Protocol Guild, Uniswap Proposal --- Twitter: @trent_vanepps | @TimBeiko | @lsukernik | @derek_hsue
June 20, 2022
Evgeny Gaevoy - Diving into Wintermute, DeFi, and Governance
In this episode, we chat with Evgeny Gaevoy, the co-founder and CEO of Wintermute. They're one of the largest market-makers in crypto, and are active across many different markets, chains, and products. Evgeny does not mince any words here, and we go into many topics including the origins of Wintermute, the current state of DeFi, and which protocols have moats (and which don't). We also discuss Wintermute's increasing participation in governance, why he thinks DAO governance is fundamentally flawed currently, and how it can be improved.  --- Twitter: @EvgenyGaevoy | @lsukernik | @derek_hsue
June 14, 2022
Exploring the VectorDAO Vision, with Jon Yan and Yitong Zhang
In this episode, we explore VectorDAO, a new group of artists, creators, and designers focused on the web3 ecosystem. VectorDAO consists of over 70+ contributors, and works for a variety of startups, protocols, and DAOs. This conversations features VectorDAO's creators, Jon Yan and Yitong Zhang, who have thought extensively about structuring this new collective and have also explored the broader landscape of product and service DAOs.  --- Twitter: @jonjyan | @zhayitong | @lsukernik | @derek_hsue --- Show Notes: The origin and history behind VectorDAO How Vector finds and evaluates potential contributors VectorDAO as a marketplace that connects contributors with customers How contributing to VectorDAO is different from working at a company Learnings from creating and scaling a DAO VectorDAO's future participation with protocols  General thoughts on protocol governance, and B2DAO Thought on the Nouns DAO model, and why VectorDAO is working with them
June 07, 2022
Gnosis: The Quintessential DAO Tool, featuring Stefan George
In this episode, I chat with Stefan George, the Co-Founder and CTO of Gnosis, the quintessential DAO tool. We cover the history of Gnosis, from its inception as a prediction markets protocol to where it stands today. In particular, we discuss the Gnosis multi-sig product, which secures billions of dollar in assets and is considered as one of, if not the most important DAO tool. We also cover Gnosis Chain, Cowswap, and what the future holds for Gnosis. --- Twitter: @StefanDGeorge | @lsukernik | @derek_hsue --- Show Notes: The history of Gnosis, and the original vision as a Prediction Market. The intention behind Gnosis Chain and xDAI Where Gnosis Multi-sig came from, and its importance as a public good The recent SAFE fundraise, and plans for protocol governance Thoughts on the emerging DAO tooling ecosystem emerging on top of Gnosis Multi-sig. Future innovations for the multi-sig product, including the Zodiac Module and more. Gnosis' cross-chain deployment strategy. The role of Gnosis Treasury, and how funds are allocated.
May 30, 2022
Tina He on Station's mission to fix the DAO Contributor Experience
In this episode, Larry and I talk with Tina He from Station, a new platform meant to transform the DAO contributor experience. Tina is one of the most thoughtful builders in the DAO tool landscape and has worked with her team to put together a very unique onboarding experience for contributors.  We cover many areas in this podcast, including the vision and history behind Station, the current pros/cons of working for a DAO, Station's long-term plan, and more!  --- Resources: Station --- Twitter: @fkpxls| @lsukernik | @derek_hsue
May 19, 2022
B2DAO: Aave + BGD Labs, featuring Emilio, Ernesto, and Andrey
This week Larry and I chat with Bored Ghost Development (BGD) Labs about their Aave development proposal. BGD is a development team composed of the former Aave Genesis core engineering team, and have been working on Aave for the past few years. With this new proposal, they are now working full-time for the DAO over the next 15 months.  The $11m proposal has a large scope, and includes: Maintenance of Aave V2 contracts until migration to V3 Implementation of Aave v3 Deployment on new chains UI upgrades for essential components New research, partnerships, etc. Many more This is one of the most impactful proposals we've come across in B2DAO, and recommend checking this one out! --- Resources: Proposal: Aave Bored Ghosts Developing (BGD) BGD Labs  --- Twitter: Emilio Frangella | Andrey Ko | @lsukernik | @derek_hsue ---- Show Notes The history and creation of BGD Labs Thoughts on Aave's current market positioning vs. its competition The major changes in Aave v3 the BGD will work on How working for a DAO is different from working for a centralized dev team B2DAO vs working groups vs. individual contributors What the governance process has been like for BGD The longer-term vision for BGD in the broader crypto ecosystem
May 09, 2022
The Osmosis Bridging Proposals, featuring Sunny Aggarwal (Osmosis) and Sergey Gorbunov (Axelar)
This week, we chat about Osmosis' unique approach to bridge selection. Unlike other projects which have used many bridges, Osmosis underwent a "canonical bridge selection" process to choose one provider, with the intention of providing a superior UX for end users. All of this was done through on-chain governance. Axelar emerged victorious, and is working on an integration with Osmosis.  In this podcast, we talk about the unique governance process used, the various bridge providers involved, and Axelar's unique approach. Additionally, we talk about Cosmos-based governance systems broadly, and how it differs from those built on Ethereum. --- Resources: Proposal: Canonical Ethereum Bridge Provider Process Proposal: Adopt Axelar as the Canonical Ethereum Bridge Service Provider --- Twitter:  @sunnya97 | @sergey_nog |@lsukernik | @derek_hsue ---- Show Notes: How Cosmos-based governance systems compare to Ethereum-based systems The role of validators as hybrid service providers, investors and infrastructure builders Why Osmosis decided to pick one bridge provider to start, as opposed to many The unique design behind the bridge selection proposals Axelar's unique bridging approach to the bridge selection process Why founders should build their own AppChains The broader benefits of modular governance systems
May 03, 2022
Crypto M&A, with Sam Bronstein and Jordan Stastny
In this episode Larry and I chat about M&A in Crypto, and how it compares to traditional markets. We discuss how they may be similar and more importantly different, in a world with open-source, composable protocols. We also discuss the most prominent merger to date, FEI Rari, and the dynamics that went into the merger. --- Follow us on Twitter:  @Sam_Bronstein | @jstastny101 |@lsukernik | @derek_hsue ---- Show Notes: The value a neutral broker has, in an M&A transaction The present state of Crypto and DAO M&A What Crypto M&A will look like in the future How should DAOs finance themselves for long-term success? The role that Sam and Jordan see themselves playing within the crypto markets Thoughts on Elon Twitter M&A
April 28, 2022
Protocol Governance, with A16z's Jeff Amico
In this episode Larry and I chat with A16z's Jeff Amico about all things protocol governance. Jeff is the head of network operations at A16z, where he oversees A16z's on-chain participation, including governance, staking, and more. We discuss A16'z participation on the various networks, the delgation program, how DeFi governance will evolve over time and many more themes! --- Follow us on Twitter: @_jamico |@lsukernik | @derek_hsue ---- Show Notes: What the a16z protocol operation team works on The a16z decision-making process for new governance proposals Why Protocol Governance matters, and the long-term implications What decisions should be explicitly left to on-chain governance, and what should be minimized The different ways to structure a DAO depending on the core goals Examining the MakerDAO core unit framework as a model for other DAO contributors The future landscape for service providers to DAOs
April 14, 2022
Getty Hill on whether Uniswap should turn on Protocol Fees
In this episode Larry and I chat with Getty Hill about Uniswap Protocol's fee switch. We go into detail about the pros/cons of turning the fee switch on, the process that goes into the decision, and how protocol fees could be used to grow Uniswap long-term.  ---- Follow us on Twitter: @getty_hill |@lsukernik | @derek_hsue Resources: v2 fees, v3 fees, Adding a 1 basis point fee tier for Uniswap ---- Show Notes: What are the pro and cons of turning on the protocol fee switch? Balancing "value accrual" vs. market-share Lessons from implementing a 1 bp fee tier for UNI pools Why v2 fees are much simpler to implement than v3 Why the "fee switch" question is not a one-off proposal, but a multi-month effort combining research, implementation, and monitoring. What kind of new behaviors would turning fees on enable? Second Order effects on the broader DeFi ecosystem Other thoughts on Uniswap governance broadly
March 28, 2022
Voting Markets, with Paladin's Romain Figuereo
In this week's episode, we discuss voting markets with the founder of Paladin, Romain Figuereo. We cover many topics, including the general use case of lending/borrowing votes, and the v-staking model and Curve Wars. Additionally, we cover some prominent examples of vote borrowing, and other kinds of use cases that Romain would like to see.  ---- Follow us on Twitter: Romain| @lsukernik | @derek_hsue ---- Resources
March 15, 2022
Voltz and the UNI v3 license, with Simon Jones
This week, we chat with Simon Jones, the co-founder of Voltz Protocol. We discuss Voltz's recent governance proposal to allow them to use the UNI v3 license, in order to build their own interest-rate swaps AMM. In this episode, we discuss the proposal, tips for other teams going through governance, and the future of D2D interactions and partnerships.  ---- Follow us on Twitter: @0xSimonJones | @lsukernik | @derek_hsue Governance Proposal: Should Uniswap Provide Voltz with v3 Additional Use Grant? Resources: Voltz Protocol, Forum Discussion ---- Show Notes: What is the UNI v3 license? What is this proposal? How does it benefit the UNI community? How the UNI community can participate in Voltz Protocol governance going forward. Tips for other teams going through governance processes. General thoughts on licenses in DeFi The future of DAO to DAO interactions and partnerships
March 07, 2022
Council: The Element Finance Governance System, with Charles St. Louis and Paul Vienhage
Today's guests are Charles St. Louis and Paul Vienhage from Element Finance. In this episode we go deep on Council, the Element Finance governance framework, which features a few key innovations: Voting Vaults, the Governance Steering Council, and Optimistic Rewards. We also go into the broader philosophy behind Element Finance Governance, and how it differs from existing Governance systems. Charles St Louis is the COO of Element Finance, and has worked extensively on Governance at Element, and previously at MakerDAO. Paul is the lead engineer at Element, and is responsible for implementing the Council smart contracts. ---- Follow us on Twitter: @PVienhage | @CharlieStLouis | @lsukernik | @derek_hsue Resources: Element Finance Governance Model, Governance Steering Council, Voting Vaults ---- Show Notes: What is the Element Finance governance philosophy? How the Element team approached governance design from first principles, and advice for other teams going through the process Comparing corporate governance systems with decentralized governance models, and how they differ Governance Steering Council: Why it's useful, and can help scale decision making Voting Vaults: What they are, why they're novel, and how other teams can use them Why more protocols should consider formal Governance Incentives Lessons from MakerDAO governance and the Core Unit Model The kinds of DAO tooling they're excited about using
March 02, 2022
Navigating the Legal Landscape in Crypto, with Marc Boiron and Jake Chervinsky
In this episode of I Pledge Allegiance, Larry and I chat about the legal landscape in Crypto with Marc Boiron, General Counsel of dYdX, and Jake Chervinsky, Head of Policy at the Blockchain Association and formerly the General Counsel at Compound.  This episode's focus is a practical approach for founders and DAO operators in navigating the crypto legal landscape, from how to find good outside counsel, to understanding the right kinds of questions to ask them. Additionally, we talk about the various organizations contributing to policy in DC, as well as predictions over the coming year.  ---- Follow us on Twitter: @jchervinsky | @boironattorney | @lsukernik | @derek_hsue ---- Show Notes: (1:25) - What the largest challenges in the crypto regulatory sphere are (5:17) - How Jake's litigation background impacts his views (7:43) - How Marc's transaction background impacts his views (10:25) - What are the different categories of lawyers in Crypto?  (13:02) - Biggest mistakes that founders make when evaluating lawyers (15:25) - The ideal background and attributes of a knowledgable Crypto Lawyer (18:40) - Understanding conservative vs "risk-on" legal opinions (20:55) - Why founders should hire an in-house GC very early on  (26:45) - Legal being a "value add" vs. a "cost-center" (33:03) - How to ask the right questions to lawyers (37:00) - How the state of crypto law has evolved in the past 3 years (42:00) - What are regulators' motivations in Crypto? (48:10) - Mapping out the various policy orgs in Crypto (Blockchain Association, DEF, Coincenter, etc) (56:27) - Current thinking on the best way to setup and operate a DAO (1:01:50) - Marc's explanation of Guernsey Trust as a solution for DAOs (1:06:10) - Jake's viewpoint on the current state of DAO structuring (1:15:00) - Other things that Jake and Marc are looking for clarity on over the coming year
February 22, 2022
MetaGovernance, with Brian Flynn (Rabbithole) and mel.eth (IndexCoop)
In this episode of I Pledge Allegiance, we chat about MetaGovernance with Brian Flynn, the founder of Rabbithole, and mel.eth, long-time contributor at Index Co-Op. We cover numerous topics, including the core motivation behind metagovernance, how it effects everyday token-holders, and where it's headed in the future. ---- Rabbithole MetaGovernance Index CoOp MetaGovernance mel.eth Index Forums ---- Follow us on Twitter: @emjicy | @Flynnjamm | @lsukernik | @derek_hsue ---- Show Notes: (0:50) - What is MetaGovernance? (2:26) - How Index and Rabbithole approach metagovernance (6:50) - On measuring the impact of MetaGovernance (8:44) - The long term implications  (10:31) - How to handle situations with diverging interests (13:40) - How the INDEX token creates leveraged governance of other protocols (16:18) - The technical decision-making behind metagovernance implementation (21:45) - The Rabbithole MetaGovernance decision-making process (25:29) - Where MetaGovernance is headed in the future (29:58) - DAO governance vs. traditional forms of governance
February 15, 2022
Compound Governor Frameworks, with arr00 and Alex Kroeger
In this episode of I Pledge Allegiance, hosts Derek Hsue and Larry Sukernik chat about Governance Frameworks with arr00, the creator of Compound Governor Bravo. We also speak bring on Alex Kroeger, who worked on governance for A16z and is a longtime governance participant in numerous protocols. We discuss existing governance frameworks such as Compound Governor, how these systems may evolve in the future, and other hot takes in Governance. ---- Compound Governance Alex Kroeger - Mirror ---- Follow us on Twitter: @arr00 | @alex_kroeger | @lsukernik | @derek_hsue ---- Show Notes: (1:17) - What are Governance Frameworks? (2:55) - On Compound Governor Alpha's importance (5:04) - How arr00 became involved with Compound (8:05) - How governance frameworks enable more powerful behaviors (10:30) - The importance of third-party tooling (12:54) - What can be changed with Compound Governor Bravo in the future (16:26) - On the idea of "Negative Consent" voting (20:17) - Balancing upgradability with security (22:02) - How governance frameworks effect decision-making (25:11) - How do large funds handle protocol governance? (29:04) - How can governance incentives be designed? (35:31) - Cross-chain governance and its implications (40:02) - Are veStaking models a good idea?
February 01, 2022
B2DAO, with John Morrow and Larry Sukernik
In this episode of I Pledge Allegiance, host Derek Hsue chats about B2DAO with John Morrow (COO of Gauntlet) and Larry Sukernik, co-founder of Reverie. B2DAO is a new concept that's emerged in the past few months, and John's company Gauntlet has been at the forefront of these new types of business relationships. We explore how the B2DAO model is different from existing systems, why it benefits projects that hire vendors, and how these processes can be improved.  Show notes and links included below. ---- MakerDAO Report - Gauntlet Compound Audits Proposal - Larry Sukernik ---- Follow us on Twitter: @jmo_mx | @lsukernik | @derek_hsue ---- Show Notes: (0:57) - The difference between B2DAO and B2B  (2:25) - On B2DAO's tradeoffs compared to traditional processes (4:29) - Why forum feedback is valuable for service providers (7:21) - Why DAOs should go through the B2DAO exercise (8:55) - Most companies don't know how to build products for DAOs (11:04) - Gauntlet's journey into providing B2DAO services (12:58) - John's advice for vendors thinking about exploring B2DAO (15:33) - On the important skill-sets needed for B2DAO providers (17:37) - The importance of credibility when working for DAOs (23:50) - Advice for DAOs on how to run an effective B2DAO process (26:37) - On the most essential areas to outsource via B2DAO (31:19) - Buy and Build for DAOs (33:08) - Lessons from Compound's recent search for an auditor (36:53) - On how the B2DAO process can improve going forward (44:06) - B2DAO vs. DAO2DAO (45:10) - What is DAO2B?
December 22, 2021
The Fei Rari Merger, with Joey Santoro, Jai Bhavnani, and Jason Choi
In this special episode of I Pledge Allegiance, hosts Derek Hsue and Jason Choi chats about the proposed Fei Rari merger with Joey Santoro and Jai Bhavnani. We explore the proposed structure for the merger, the mechanics, and how the proposed combined protocol will operate.  Show notes and links included below. ---- Fei Rari: Token Merge (Tribe Forums) Fei Rari: Token Merge (Rari Forums) ---- Follow us on Twitter: @derek_hsue | @mrjasonchoi | @joey__santoro | @jai_bhavnani ---- Show Notes: (0:57) - Background on the FEI Rari merger (3:00) - How the idea for the merger emerged (5:50) - On the community feedback thus far (10:33) - The governance process for the merger (12:47) - Merger pricing and mechanics (21:55) - On the similar philosophies behind Fei and Rari (24:41) - Optionality to exit for tokenholders (26:39) - Product roadmap post-merger (33:28) - Advice for other teams considering a merge (37:45) - Other lessons from this merger process
December 01, 2021
DeFi Treasuries, with Hasu, MonetSupply, and Larry Sukernik
In this episode of I Pledge Allegiance, host Derek Hsue chats about DeFi Treasuries with Hasu, MonetSupply, and Larry Sukernik. Treasuries are a hot topic in crypto right now; they represent huge, largely unused pools of capital that can be productively deployed. We explore helpful mental models for treasuries, what projects should and shouldn't be spending money on, and how projects should be positioning their treasuries going forward.  Show notes and links included below. ---- A New Mental Model for DeFi Treasuries - Hasu, MonetSupply ---- Follow us on Twitter: @derek_hsue | @hasufl | @MonetSupply | @lsukernik ---- Show Notes: (0:1:00) - Hasu's motivation for writing this piece (0:1:55) - On the difference between on-chain treasuries and traditional companies (0:5:57) - Hasu on why projects should be more aggressively diversifying into stablecoins (0:9:18) - MonetSupply on why lending protocol treasuries are unique (0:15:00) - How projects should actually diversify (0:20:39) - Once diversified, how should projects be deploying their assets?  (0:24:50) - Why VC-backed projects have a harder time deploying assets (0:28:57) - Highest marginal rate of return, applied to treasury spending (0:34:58) - On why Grants programs are a crucial starting point for all treasuries (0:41:10) - Capital as a weapon to acquire talent (0:45:43) - How compliance and regulations impacts project spending (0:50:00) - Hasu's practical playbook for projects on how to manage their treasury (0:56:44) - Why Yearn is a great case study for well-run treasury management (0:59:49) - Why "diversifying" into other coins is ineffective (1:04:30) - Hasu on why liquidity mining is very dumb (1:08:21) - Why hierarchical DAOs will win over flat ones (1:14:04) - How MakerDAO Core Units are structured (1:16:37) - The most important Sub-DAOs to setup and scale (1:20:52) - When Treasury Swaps do and don't make sense (1:24:49) - Exploring various treasury primitives (UMA Range Tokens and Ribbon Treasury)
November 16, 2021
Aave Arc, with Michael Shaulov and Roshun Patel
In this episode of I Pledge Allegiance, host Derek Hsue chats with Michael Shaulov from Fireblocks and Roshun Patel from Genesis. Michael is the CEO and Founder of Fireblocks, and Ro is VP of Lending at Genesis. The focus of this episode is Fireblock's recent Aave Arc proposal, which paves the way for institutional, KYC'd pools for DeFi. Additionally, we talk the downstream effects of institutional pools on DeFi, and how players like Fireblocks and Genesis might get involved in the future. Show notes and links included below. ---- Aave Arc Proposal: ---- Follow us on Twitter: @derek_hsue | @FireblocksHQ | @roshunpatel ---- Show Notes: (0:48) - What is Fireblocks' and how do they support DeFi today? (4:31) - What is Genesis? (7:09) - What is Aave Arc, and what are institutional pools for DeFi? (12:23) - How will rates differ between existing and institutional pools? (14:32) - How does Michael respond to people who don't think KYC or regulation should be part of DeFi? (18:56) - What was Fireblocks' experience going through the governance process, compared to traditional B2B? (23:20) - Ro's view on the second order effects of institutional pools on the broader DeFi market. (26:50) - How does Rho think regulated institutions will participate in on-chain governance? (28:30) - What will tokenholders care about when voting on institutional governance participants? (32:44) - How will Aave Arc and institutional pools affect the average DeFi user today?
November 03, 2021
DeFi Risk Monitoring, featuring Gauntlet and Getty Hill
In the inaugural episode of I Pledge Allegiance, a podcast about crypto governance, host Derek Hsue chats with Nick Cannon from Gauntlet and Getty Hill from GFX Labs. Nick leads Growth at Gauntlet, and Getty is a long-time Compound contributor and active governance participant. The focus of this episode is Gauntlet's recent "Dynamic Risk Monitoring" proposal for Compound and how they see their role managing and monitoring risk for major DeFi protocols. Additionally, we compare existing approaches to risk management, as well as lessons on creating products and services for DAOs.  Show notes and links included below. ---- Dynamic Risk Monitoring Proposal: ---- Follow us on Twitter: @derek_hsue | @inkymaze | @getty_hill ---- Show Notes: (3:00) - Why is risk monitoring important for DeFi and Compound? What does it entail? (5:45) - What is Gauntlet's "Dynamic Risk Monitoring" proposal? (7:19) - How Gauntlet thinks about its role determining risk levels and preferences.  (10:28) - Getty’s thoughts on the Dynamic Risk Monitoring Proposal, and where he thinks it could improve (19:23)  - On the possibility of Gauntlet as an early warning system for risk monitoring (25:09) - Getty on the difference between risk management Compound, Aave, and Cream (27:12) - How does Gauntlet think about its position working for both Compound and Aave (34:04) - Defining “Value at Risk” For Compound (37:10) - How Gauntlet designed the service fee (46:26) - How does B2DAO sales differ from the traditional B2B sales process? (50:00) - What other things should protocol treasuries spend money on? (55:00) - On the big hurdles and problems in governance-based contribution today.
September 24, 2021