Jonas Lamis Joins Equalizer as Strategic Advisor

Equalizer is growing rapidly. In a few days, we will complete our double IDO and we are listing Equalizer’s token $EQZ on the two major decentralized exchanges such as Uniswap and Pancakeswap.

But today, we are excited to announce that Jonas Lamis, the CEO of StakerDAO, is joining Equalizer as a new strategic advisor. His experience will support Equalizer with the next challenges and development.

Jona Lamis is a recognized blockchain expert and a real entrepreneur, besides being the CEO of Staker DAO, Jonas has served as a board member of the Tezos Commons Foundation, the non-profit organization responsible for the promotion and community development of the Tezos Blockchain Network.

“Equalizer as a dedicated flash loan platform can have a great demand in the crypto space. Given its potential, it would be a great opportunity to advise Equalizer and guide it in the right direction. It will add great value to the entire DeFi ecosystem,” said Jonas Lamis.

“We think that to have the support of the most experienced people in the industry will play an instrumental part in the success of Equalizer. And we are confident that having Jonas as an advisor to Equalizer will help to improve our platform and to strengthen the community,” said Iulian Nita, Project Lead of Equalizer.

About Equalizer

Equalizer is a dedicated flash loan platform built to have a scalable infrastructure that can handle the rising demand for decentralized flash lending and borrowing without any lag in transactions. It offers several benefits over the popular do-it-all DeFi protocols and sets itself a class apart by offering lower fees, a virtually unlimited choice of token vaults, high liquidity through yield farming, and multi-chain capabilities.

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The first dedicated platform that equalizes the decentralized markets. Specially designed as a marketplace for uncollateralized flash loans.