The duo will partner up to provide even more value in the burgeoning crypto space.
Crypto research firm Quantum Economics has signed on to advise the rapidly growing 1inch Network, which unites various decentralized protocols to help build the future of DeFi.
Quantum Economics is a FinTech research, advisory, and money management firm led by Mati Greenspan, formerly of eToro. Their staff includes some of the most knowledgeable and experienced names in crypto and blockchain, and they work closely with the crypto and financial media where they often appear on television and broadcast interviews.
The 1inch Network, on the other hand, unites decentralized protocols whose synergy enables the most lucrative, fastest, and protected operations in the DeFi space. And it’s now partnering up with Greenspan’s Quantum Economics to provide even more value to the burgeoning crypto space.
1inch signs on Quantum Economics
As per a release shared with CryptoSlate, Quantum Economics has appointed one of its top analysts, Pedro Febrero, to advise 1inch officers directly. He will be responsible for in-depth industry research, with the goal of identifying market trends and highlighting areas of strategic importance.
“Knowledge is power and research is critical for growth, that’s why we’ve partnered with one of the strongest analysis firms in the crypto space. We look forward to gaining the benefit of their expertise and putting it into practice in order to better serve the entire DeFi community,” explained Sergey Maslennikov, chief communications officer at 1inch, in a statement.
Pedro Febrero, the blockchain analyst at Quantum Economics, added, “It’s an extreme pleasure to enter into this partnership with 1inch. We’ve been monitoring their awesome success lately and are inspired by their rapid growth within our nascent industry.”
“We’re super excited to start working together and already imagining the possibilities. The sky’s the limit.”
Everyone will be able to reap the benefits as we will post regular reports and analyses, which are free for all readers. Joint collaboration updates can be expected in the near future.