Mesher, a subsidiary of Chain Partners that specializes in Web3 consumer products, launched the first lending protocol for the Klaytn blockchain called Mesher Center. It has had $1.6B in cumulative deposits and $833M in loans without any incidents.
Mesher also introduced Time Capsule, a staking 2.0 protocol, and developed DeFi services for large Korean game companies. They were selected as a finalist at ETH San Francisco and are currently developing a Web3 transaction gateway based on Swallow.
Native is a service that helps non-English speakers use AI more easily in their native language. It uses machine translation APIs to translate multiple native languages into English in real-time, which significantly improves the quality and speed of communication with LLMs.
Native aims to expand its support to include multi-modal assistance and democratize AI technology by making it equally accessible to non-English speaking individuals.
Changer House is a membership community established by Chain Partners that occupies 25,000 sq. ft. It is an invitation-only community where young entrepreneurs and creators from Seoul, Korea, and various leaders in the public and private sectors gather.
Invitees are required to pay a certain amount of Changer Tokens as a deposit to participate. Various programs, such as regular monthly seminars, small groups, wine tasting, and parties, are offered, and it has been referred to as the “Korean version of Soho House”.