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THIS ETHEREUM STARTUP IS BUILDING A ‘DEFI FIREWALL’ FOR INSTITUTIONAL INVESTORS5

As decentralized finance (DeFi) balloons to a roughly $10 billion market, infrastructure builders are coming up with ways to reduce the associated risks.

21.03.2021

Announced Wednesday, wallet and custodial technology provider Trustology has added a “DeFi Firewall” to its suite of institutional-investment tools. The “Firewall” is basically a set of rules or filters selected by a fund, specifying which DeFi protocols or decentralized exchanges they consider kosher.

With DeFi’s liquidity mining opportunities driving adoption and demand, investors from a more traditional or institutional background want some of this action. At the same time, they have to be able to show that funds are being managed in as prudent a fashion as possible.

Trustology, which is backed by ConsenSys and Two Sigma Ventures, has already built wallet-native tools to prevent clients from sending their crypto to the wrong address or the wrong exchange, and now this is being extended to DeFi smart contracts, explained Trustology CEO Alex Batlin.

Part 1 Lesson 1
  • “A fund might decide it’s allowed to use Uniswap but not KyberSwap, for one reason or another,” said Batlin.
  • “A fund might decide it’s allowed to use Uniswap but not KyberSwap, for one reason or another,” said Batlin. “A fund might decide it’s allowed to use Uniswap but not KyberSwap, for one reason or another,” said Batlin.
Part 1 Lesson 1
  • “A fund might decide it’s allowed to use Uniswap but not KyberSwap, for one reason or another,” said Batlin.
  • “A fund might decide it’s allowed to use Uniswap but not KyberSwap, for one reason or another,” said Batlin. “A fund might decide it’s allowed to use Uniswap but not KyberSwap, for one reason or another,” said Batlin.

 Announced Wednesday, wallet and custodial technology provider Trustology has added a “DeFi Firewall” to its suite of institutional-investment tools. The “Firewall” is basically a set of rules or filters selected by a fund, specifying which DeFi protocols or decentralized exchanges they consider kosher.

 Announced Wednesday, wallet and custodial technology provider Trustology has added a “DeFi Firewall” to its suite of institutional-investment tools. The “Firewall” is basically a set of rules or filters selected by a fund, specifying which DeFi protocols or decentralized exchanges they consider kosher.

Announced Wednesday, wallet and custodial technology provider Trustology has added a “DeFi Firewall” to its suite of institutional-investment tools. The “Firewall” is basically a set of rules or filters selected by a fund, specifying which DeFi protocols or decentralized exchanges they consider kosher.

Announced Wednesday, wallet and custodial technology provider Trustology has added a “DeFi Firewall” to its suite of institutional-investment tools. The “Firewall” is basically a set of rules or filters selected by a fund, specifying which DeFi protocols or decentralized exchanges they consider kosher.