Episode 71 of Season 4 of The Scoop was recorded remotely with The Block's Frank Chaparro, and Talos Co-Founders Ethan Feldman and Anton Katz.
Earlier this year, crypto infrastructure provider Talos closed a $105 million Series B for a valuation of $1.25 billion.
In this episode of The Scoop, Talos cofounders Ethan Feldman and Anton Katz provide insider perspectives on how institutions have been positioning themselves during the crypto market’s recent upheaval, and why they believe the industry will rebound stronger than ever before.
As Katz points out during the interview, the more market participants think about risk, the more stable the industry will become:
“I think a lot of people are revising how they're thinking about risk… So overall, I think what we're going to see is actually we're going to see a much more robust, much safer credit market emerge as a result of this.”
In addition to firms beefing up internal risk management, the Talos co-founders also believe regulation will also play a major role in helping the crypto ecosystem grow.
According to Feldman:
“Regulation is an enabler to some extent, right? This is what's going to enable the bigger institutions in the world to actually trade spot crypto.”
During this episode, Chaparro, Feldman, and Katz also discuss:
- How banks are looking to enter the space
- Why crypto is a more efficient capital market system
- The upside of the cyclical nature of crypto
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