The 22nd meetup from eSatya was successfully held on September 19, 2021. The meetup was entitled “DeFi Governance”. The main objective of the meet-up was to focus on explaining the DeFi and its use-cases in the current world. Since most of the major DeFi protocols are not only used for borrowing and lending, but are also governed by token holders. The speakers for the meetup were Ms. Elena Korjavina and Mr. DeFi Vlad.
The first speaker for the session was Ms.Elena Korjavina , an aspiring UX Designer and crypto enthusiast having over 15 years of experience in financial services and Finance Technology(FinTech). She discussed DeFi along with the pros and cons of centralized and DeFi Finance.
The second speaker for the session was Mr. DeFi Vlad, Co-founder of Bishares finance, an innovative DeFi based index fund protocol that provides consulting for Ledger Link Labs in DeFi, Smart Contract and Non-fungible Tokens (NFT) integration engineering. He talked on various DeFi Governance Models, decentralized autonomous organizations, and their operation in the DeFi space. He also discussed the DeFi projects, as well as the issues that have arisen with the DeFi platform and the future of DeFi governance.
The meetup was moderated by Ms. Pragya Gyawali (PR and Communication Coordinator at Rumsan Group). The meetup was supported and sponsored by the Government of Nepal, Ministry of Education, Science and Technology, the Ethereum Foundation (Ecosystem Support Program). Likewise,CSIT Association of Nepal, Prime IT Club, Digital Notice were the supportive partners for the meetup. It was hosted in the Zoom platform and was streamed live via eSatya’s Facebook page. 35 attendees attended the meetup in Zoom and 10 people attended the meetup through eSatya’s Facebook page.
The session was followed by an interesting question and answer session where the participant’s queries were answered by both the speakers. The entire session was one hour long and was attended by various professionals, blockchain enthusiasts, and students from inside and outside of Kathmandu valley.
Watch the recording here.