Episode 452

Enzyme – The Future of Asset Management

Mona El Isa
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Enzyme Finance, previously named Melon, is a decentralized protocol built on Ethereum (ETH) that allows users to create, manage and invest in custom crypto asset management vehicles onchain. Using Enzyme Smart Vaults, individuals and communities can build, scale and monetize investment strategies that employ the newest innovations in decentralized finance. Enzyme enables Depositors to interact with Vaults in a way that is non-custodial and requires minimal trust between parties. Vault Managers can be bound to performing certain actions or forbidden from others.

We were joined by Mona El Isa, CEO & founder at Avantgarde Finance and Enzyme Finance, for the second time after her first appearance 5 years ago. We chat about the transition from Melon to Enzyme and the current state of the protocol, how vaults work on the platform, decentralized governance and how to survive a bear market.

Topics discussed in the episode

  • The transition from Melon to Enzyme
  • Has the vision for Enzyme changed?
  • How does the protocol work?
  • Choosing your vault and redeemability
  • Who are Enzyme users?
  • Becoming a vault manager and sharing your vault
  • 24/7 reporting
  • The MLN token
  • Governance – Enzyme’s path to decentralization


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