What's Next for 0x Protocol? - Clay Robbins, Head of Growth at 0x Labs - Ep. 127
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0x Protocol is one of the earliest decentralized exchange protocols. With more competition, increasing regulatory scrutiny and billions more in value in DeFi, we revisit the project after 2 years with Head of Growth Clay Robbins (@crabbylions):

  • How does 0x compete with new decentralized exchanges?
  • Will FinCEN's KYC rule affect dex's?
  • How to bootstrap growth as a dex

Jason Choi (@MrJasonChoi). This show is not financial advice; show host and guest may hold some of the assets discussed.



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