IQ Protocol is a decentralized money market for digital asset renting and on-chain subscriptions. The next money lego that allows users to rent wrapped expirable versions of digital assets without collateral for their utility, while allowing holders to earn by providing liquidity without risk. IQ Protocol was created by the team behind the successful blockchain monitoring and automation platform, PARSIQ.
Tom Tirman is the CEO and Founder of PARSIQ and IQ Labs. He recently joined the Bitcoin.com News Podcast to talk about the technology they are developing. In our conversation we cover:
- Collateralized vs non-collateralized NFT rentals
- Use cases for NFT rentals in an emerging landscape of NFT utility
- The tokenomic model IQ Protocol implements for Web3 SaaS projects
- IQ Protocol’s recent $12M fundraise led by Crypto.com Capital
- How to qualify for the upcoming $IQT airdrop
Tom has extensive experience in business and finance, having worked in both traditional banking institutions and fintech companies as well as having been an entrepreneur. While working in management positions in finance and operations departments, Tom accumulated a track record of building teams ground up and transforming existing teams to deliver exponential improvements. Tom holds a law degree from TalTech University. He focuses his business on bringing disruptive next-gen technologies to the masses.
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