Asaf Naim is an experienced accountant, entrepreneur, and manager, He’s passionate about business applications of technology, with a particular focus on blockchain.
On this episode of the Grit Daily Podcast, Asaf explains how throughout 2021, scammers got their hands on a record total of $ 14-billion worth of investors’ money. As people act on emotions or tag along with a viral trend, crypto-related crime and theft has increased since 2020 by 79% and 516%, respectively. Even more, concerning is, that as decentralized finance (DeFi) rises in popularity, these trends are being increasingly hijacked by scammers. Meet the solution.
Kirobothe company working to make DeFi as safe and user-friendly as online banking, teams up with Evai to bring users of its Liquid Vault detailed, built-in and instant analytics on crypto assets – available right from their wallets.
Kirobo is a decentralized application developer with a suite of services, including the Undo Button and Inheritance feature, focused on security and usability. Backed by a $ 5 million investment from Digimax in 2021, the company seeks to make DeFi accessible, safe, and user-friendly.
Asaf has ten years of experience as an accountant and a master’s degree in business taxation (graduated summa cum laude). He has served as CEO at two startup firms, including TabCross, which was selected as one of the 50 best Firefox add-ons of 2013, and also an amateur programmer.
Kirobo is a big believer in cryptocurrency and its potential. But limitations in safety and user experience are holding potential users back from adopting this amazing technology.
Kirobo closes this gap. Safe, easy to use, and truly community-driven, Kirobo dapps provide the safety net that the crypto ecosystem was lacking.