Nice to E-meet you! Monolith Digital DeFi Session on March 30th

Mar 30, 2020 · 2 min read

As everyone else in the world, Akropolis has gone full digital now. Our team works remotely and now we are educating about decentralised finance online.

Monolith (, the crypto non-custodial alternative to digital banking, has invited us to their Twitter Livestreamed meetup. This meet up will be the first one in the DeFi ecosystem to feature change-making industry leaders talking about the current state of the world surrounding the pandemic, how this can affect the economy, the impact on DeFi and how, as a community, can we all collaborate to build resilience.

Akropolis’ focus was always on building tools for the users to be more resilient to crises in the legacy financial system, by taking control of their assets. This meet up aligns with our mission and we are happy to take part.

Our CEO Ana will join the following panel:

DeFi for good: hacking communities

Can the crypto-economics, game theory & other learning drawn from cryptocurrencies help design the framework for sustainable communities?

This virtual event will also feature other three panels on topics relevant to the main theme of the meetup, featuring speakers such as Gustav Arentoft from the Maker Foundation, Stani Kulechov from Aave, the Monolith team, and many others.

In case you can’t make it, the meet up will also be recorded!

Join us here:


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