Navigating the complexities of DeFi custody [INTERVIEW]

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Being a self-professed DeFi and technology geek, Batlin's decision to aggressively pursue the budding sector was a no brainer given the real-time nature of its technology and tried and tested security infrastructure.

You're fairly well known for your passionate stance in DeFi and for taking quite a big bet on the sector.

DeFi promises a distinct way to earn interest on digital assets whilst affording lower fees and risks and deeper liquidity than traditional financial services.

Thanks to our Metamask integration, we're pretty much the first custodial wallet provider to give our users secure access to DeFi dApps.

With DeFi you need to be able to support an almost infinite number of protocols, do so securely and in real-time with segregated keys and controls fit for institutions without compromising on speed or access.

Users and businesses participating in DeFi can do a lot more to protect themselves when it comes to the safe custody of their private keys.

There are several wallets already in the DeFi ecosystem.

How does Trustology's wallet differ from other DeFi wallets?

Of the few decent DeFi wallets on the market, none offer real-time third party custody.

What's in store for DeFi and Trustology in the coming years?