Cointelegraph Article Review




“As with any regulation, measures should be fair, efficient, effective and enforceable. A combination of self-regulation and supervisory enforced regulation will gradually give rise to a more regulated DeFi 2.0 emerging from the current nascent DeFi 1.0 ecosystem.”


EU Blockchain Observatory expert, Lambis Dionysopoulos from the University of Nicosia and a member of the EU Blockchain Observatory and Forum, gave an interview to the Coin Telegraph about the key controversies of decentralized finance. According to Dionysopoulos, in comparison to the traditional financial system, DeFi has the potential to improve security, efficiency, transparency, accessibility, openness, and interoperability of financial services, and it suggests a new regulatory approach based on the activity of separate actors rather than their shared technical status.


An interesting read.

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