Lily Z. King
Lily Z. King is the COO of Cobo, a Singapore-based crypto custody platform. Previously she was the general counsel at PAG Asia Capital, where she oversaw buyout funds and growth funds with US$14 billion under management. Lily is also a scholar at the Institute of Anxiety, a DAO made of Chinese crypto entrepreneurs, that documents the trail of the crypto movement in China. She holds a Master of Law degree from George Washington University and was a visiting researcher and scholar at Harvard Law School.
How ChatGPT is propelling memecoins to a new stratosphere
Thanks to generative AI, a struggling artist with no coding skills created tokens now worth $70 million. What does this mean for the rest of the crypto world?
How Web3 in China is taking shape — with ‘Chinese characteristics’
What makes Web3 compelling to many is its promise to shift power from centralized players to individual users, but China is doing the opposite, writes Lily King.
How Hong Kong and Singapore can make Asia the center of crypto’s future
Yes, there is rivalry between the two global finance hubs. But their strengths are also complementary for Asia to become an even bigger crypto powerhouse, writes Lily Z. King.
How the bear market could accelerate the Web2 to Web3 migration
The downturn is forcing Web3 firms into a reset — and opening opportunities for Web2 entrepreneurs to enter the playing field, writes Lily Z. King of Cobo.
Are liquidity miners mercenary capitalists or infrastructure providers?
Liquidity mining plays a unique role in the DeFi ecosystem. How does it work?
How to make sense of the hot new digital assets, like Bored Apes? Think: Lego blocks
Money, culture and community are now converging in NFTs and the token economy, writes Lily Z. King. Welcome to a new world where ‘money Lego’ meets ‘culture Lego.’
What does China’s crypto ban really mean? Insights from the ground
China’s hardline stance against crypto is already rippling beyond its borders. A mainland crypto insider explains the global shakeup yet to come.