The group, Blockchain at Berkeley, announced the new research partnership yesterday, stating that the two groups would be looking at aspects of trading, such as diversity, strategies and sustainability, specifically within KyberNetwork’s early-stage exchange model.
The two entities have drawn up a three-month roadmap that will see them determining potential problems and coming up with solutions, according to a press release.
Kyber’s chief executive and co-founder, Loi Luu, said:
“We see the power of [decentralised exchanges] to influence adoption of the technology by mainstream users. Berkeley students, energetically focused on innovation and creative problem-solving, are an excellent group to help extend KyberNetwork’s ideas and creative energy.”
While centralized exchanges use the orderbook model to eliminate trading risks, decentralized alternatives do not…