Chain Reaction Host Tom Shaughnessy hosts Eric Chen, the co-founder of Injective Protocol. The two discuss Eric's journey creating a fully decentralized derivatives exchange, competition, scaling and much more. 


Show Notes

(1:57)    – (First Question) How Eric Chen got involved with Crypto

(7:16)   – The need of Derivatives products/What does Injective Protocol offer

(10:26)   – Contracts for Differences (CFD)

(11:36)   – Institutional or Retail focus

(13:37)   – What is Injective Protocol competing for

(16:40)   – Injective Protocol status

(17:20)   – The evolution of Injective Protocol products

(20:45)   – Exploring the Injective Protocol architecture

(21:29)   – Achieving Scalability

(21:55)   – The use of Injective Protocol token

(24:02)   – Insights about the process for token holders

(25:18)   – The battle between CEFIs and DEFIs for derivatives

(28:03)   – Why haven't we had an Injective before

(29:56)   – What does decentralized derivative exchange have that Injective wants 

(31:33)   – Insights about starting Injective as anonymous founders




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