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All the power of a digital currency but with the stability of fiat, could stable coins be the answer to volatility or do they fundamentally not fit in crypto’s ethos? For years traders have leveraged the stability of stable coins to hold money on exchanges between trades. Fast forward just a few years later and large institutions like Coinbase, Gemeni, and JP Morgan are all throwing their coin into the proverbial fountain. And less obviously (yet so obviously) Facebook appears to have a toe in that fountain as well. Are things about to get a little unstable in the world of stable coins? Come listen to our panel of stable coin experts hash thru it and find out for yourself.
Emre Tekisalp from Coinbase
--Emre Tekisalp leads business development for Coinbase's new businesses, including USDC and Coinbase Wallet. In his two years at Coinbase, he's also led various acquisitions, institutional partnerships and developer relations. Prior to Coinbase, Emre worked in product management and business development at Intel.
Kory Hoang from Stably Coin
--Kory is the CEO & Co-Founder of Stably, a Seattle-based startup that recently listed their USDS token as the 5th fiat-backed stablecoin on Binance, the world's largest cryptocurrency exchange. Prior to founding Stably, Mr. Hoang was a Private Equity Data Analyst for PitchBook in Seattle. Mr. Hoang is also a quant who has consulted for money managers, hedge funds and CTAs on many subjects ranging from VIX derivatives to cryptocurrencies and algorithmic trading. Kory holds a BBA with double major in Finance and Marketing from the University of Washington - Bothell.
Nik Kunkel from MakerDao
--Niklas has been involved in a broad spectrum of projects at MakerDAO, including proxies, decentralized exchanges, and market-making bots. Currently he's focused on building out Maker's next-gen decentralized Oracles for Multi-Collateral Dai.
Brandon Iles from Ampleforth
--Brandon is a co-founder of Ampleforth. He spent over 5 years in Google's Search Ranking and Machine Intelligence groups and later worked in Uber's Location Search and Rider Prediction teams. He mined his first bitcoin so early he doesn't remember when it was and worked on one of the first mobile bitcoin wallets that were released onto the Android app store in 2011. He loves the intersection of Systems, Data, and Intelligence and holds a BS and MCS in Computer Science from Rice University.
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