Singapore – Singapore’s Dei is one of the most prominent and hottest topics in the blockchain and crypto world due to its unique blockchain system. As a part of the largest ASEAN crypto community, DeFi Singapore has helped organized the Moonstake Collaboration Webinar, which occurred on Thursday.
The three main speakers are Shogo Ishida (Moonstake’s advisor), Harpreet Maan (Blocklime Technologies CEO), and Jesse Johnson (Aavegotchi COO). In the webinar, blockchain and crypto enthusiasts learned about DeFi’s background and the upcoming projects that the public should pay attention to for the next months.
Moonshake was recently established to satisfy increasing demands in global and regional blockchain markets. It develops a staking pool protocol and provides business services through institutions, companies, and partners. According to the Moonstake executives, they aim to create the largest staking pool network across Asia.
Moonshake wants to build a robust and healthy environment for the cryptocurrency holders and strengthen ties with leading platforms across the continent, including the Distributed Ledger Technology or DLT. Singapore Catalyst-listed company OO Holdings Limited (SGX: OIO) also announced its partnership with Moonstake.
Some of the topics that were discussed in the Moonstake Collaboration Webinar circled DeFi’s system. According to the speakers, DeFi’s new projects are upgrades that focus on speeding up the blockchain’s network and solve all traditional scalability issues. The executives also discussed Ethereum 2.0’s possible move to Proof of Stake (PoS) from the conventional Ethereum’s Proof of Work (PoW).
The joint Moonstake Collaboration Webinar is a great opportunity for blockchain enthusiasts to get a deeper understanding of DeFi’s blockchain system.
The long-awaited DeFi projects will surely have significant impacts on blockchain technology as a whole, with more attention to staking. It can also affirm the development and growth of many crypto investors and enthusiasts in the blockchain industry.