Dec 14th, 2020
Chain Reaction Host Tom Shaughnessy hosts Leo Cheng of CREAM Finance. The two discuss how Cream started from forking compound/balancer to listing the long tail of assets for borrow/lending, plans around Cream V2, and a partnership with Yearn Finance.
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(1:47) – (First Question) – A little bit about Leo Cheng
(2:45) – CREAM Finance Background
(4:59) – CREAM vs Compound and Aave
(9:12) – Community could play a good role in deciding which assets to list
(12:43) – CREAM product roadmap
(17:07) – The art of Incentivizes without the Token becoming valueless
(20:07) – Keeping CREAM Morale up
(23:30) – Binance Smart Chain Walkthrough
(26:57) – CREAM merger partnership
(31:11) – Insights about CREAM v2
(36:16) – What are the benefits of Partnerships
(39:39) – Insights about the Individual Tokens
(43:03) – How is Taipei
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