15-minute fundamentals with PancakeSwap
In 15-minute fundamentals, we break down the business of a crypto project and learn about the drivers behind the data you can see on Token Terminal's charts.
In this episode, Chef Mochi, Head Chef at PancakeSwap – a multichain all-in-one DeFi hub – joined us to discuss the basics of PancakeSwap, how it works, the market, what makes PancakeSwap unique, expanding to new chains, current growth drivers and challenges, economic model, the CAKE token, plans for the future, and more.
PancakeSwap's dashboard: https://tokenterminal.com/terminal/projects/pancakeswap
00:42 What is PancakeSwap?
02:52 What problem does PancakeSwap solve?
03:38 Core products and their features
05:37 The market & how PancakeSwap is positioned within it
07:50 Analyzing market potential
09:17 Launching PancakeSwap on Ethereum
11:39 Main differences in building on BNB Chain vs. Ethereum
12:37 Approach to capturing market share on new chains
13:49 The team behind PancakeSwap
15:18 Overview of the economic model & stakeholders involved
16:19 Growth drivers & challenges
17:28 The CAKE token & incentives
18:39 What’s next for PancakeSwap?
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