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Lending protocols are the lending pools that yield aggregation performs by RHO.
The abbreviation of Lending Protocols can also be called LP, but it is NOT EQUAL to "Liquidity Pool".
DeFi Lending Protocols are platforms that grant users access to lend and borrow assets without a centralized service or an intermediary in between. Using these platforms, borrowers deposit cryptocurrency assets onto the DApp as collateral to gain access to their borrowing, whereas lenders get an interest return by lending their cryptocurrency.
As a unique protocol, the Flurry Protocol pools and invests the user-deposited stablecoins into these DeFi platforms, earning interest on loans. In return, users get to hodl rhoTokens.
The returns generated by the Flurry Protocol via lending on DeFi platforms are of high yield, and constantly being reevaluated automatically for the best interest return.
Check out how the Flow of Funds run in the yield aggregation process on Flurry Protocol in this example.
The fund allocation and distribution throughout the Flurry Protocol and the ecosystem between FLURRY and RHO.
Users deposit stablecoins in the Flurry Protocol (in this case we use USDT), and they will get rhoTokens as proof of their deposit at a 1:1 exchange ratio. If a user deposits 100 USDT, he/she will get 100 rhoUSDT in return initially. Users now become rhoToken hodlers. You may find out how to hodl rhoTokens from this portal:
The Flurry Protocol will automatically pool all deposited funds together and invest into different DeFi lending pools (DeFi 1, 2, 3, 4 in diagram). We’ll use the BNB Chain's DeFi products for this example.
The Flurry Protocol would access the Annual Percentage Rate (APR) of different DeFi yield farming protocols. The risk factors, gas fees, etc, are tabulated before coming up with an investment allocation on those products to ensure a high-interest return. Check out how Flurry maximizes APR through:
The DeFi protocols will then begin yield farming, whereas the interest earned within will be accumulated and reflected in the Flurry Protocol to achieve Yield Aggregation. Let’s say a deposited fund of 100 USDT has been placed onto 2 different DeFi platforms on BNB Chain, and the total yield farmed (interest earned) is 5 USDT in total.
Based on the interests earned (5 USDT from the above example), the Rebasing Mechanism will be triggered on a regular basis to automatically mint more rhoUSDT, so to match the interests accrued while keeping the price of rhoUSDT 1-to-1 with USDT. rhoToken hodlers will see the rhoUSDT in their wallet grow every day, reflecting the yield (interest) earned to that particular point in time.
Check out the details for this Rebasing Mechanism through this portal:
Meanwhile, 10% of the interest earned from the deposits of the original USDT will be charged as a management fee. This feature has yet to be executed at the beginning stage.
The management fee will be split for:
- 1.Buying back FLURRY tokens in the market to support the price of the FLURRY token. The FLURRY token bought back will then be placed again in the FLURRY Snowball (staking) pool;
- 2.Being kept as a reserve for the sustainable ecosystem;
rhoToken hodlers to enjoy the FLURRY rewards during special campaign periods.
In the end, the FLURRY token hodlers will benefit from the management fee as it is used to decrease the circulating supply of FLURRY tokens to support its value. FLURRY tokens hodlers will be rewarded with more FLURRY tokens from the Snowball pool.
Checkout what Snowballing is and how to Stake Flurry through the portal below:
Flurry Finance works with the leading and best DeFi protocols and will aggressively add new protocols to our pool of choice options after review and audit before onboarding.
Once Flurry moves to a decentralized model, the FLURRY token will be used as a governance token to decide which Lending Protocols and DApps to allocate funds towards.