On Sept. 28, the “POW’ER 2020 DEFI Innovators Summit” was hosted by Mars Blockchain in Shenzhen. At the summit, Fred Wang and Feng Bo, the founder of Dragonfly Capital, had a fireside conversation titled “Sandbox Games and Navigator.”
During the conversation, Wang revealed for the first time that Mars Blockchain will launch the MINT lending protocol in October and that it’s currently in the testing phase. According to Wang, the MINT project is fully compatible with Aave in the protocol layer. It also kept the essence of the user-friendly interface of Aave.
The “POW’ER 2020 DEFI Innovators Summit” is the largest DeFi professional summit in the world, and the main guests at the summit will be: Sergey Nazarov, the founder of Chainlink; Sam Bankman-Fried, the founder of FTX; Sergej Kunz, the CEO of 1inch; Stani Kulechov, the founder and CEO of Aave; Robert Leshner, the founder of Compound; and Jeff Ren, the founder of Nsure.
As a well-known Chinese entrepreneur and investor, Wang founded the Linekong, which was listed in Hong Kong in 2014. Meanwhile, as the founder of Mars Finance, he also launched a consensus lab and invested in more than 100 blockchain projects. To Chinese blockchain practitioners, such a triangular business portfolio is somewhat similar to the Digital Currency Group.
According to Wang, the original development plan of MINT, or the Mars Clouds Mine, has already gone through nearly one year of development. It has completed the ecological scene layout, and it provides technical services