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Different yield strategies explained
Interacts with theAave V3 protocol (or forks) to generate lending interest and additional incentive rewards for the GoodGhosting pool. Deposits funds from the GoodGhosting pool contract into Aave v3 contracts, and withdraws them again. Any incentive reward tokens are not converted, but rather distributed back to users as is.
Interacts with theAave V2 protocol (or forks such as Moola) to generate lending interest for the GoodGhosting pool. Deposits and withdraw funds from the GoodGhosting pool contract into Aave v2 contracts. Any incentive reward tokens are not converted, but rather distributed back to users as is.
Interacts with the Curve Finance protocol to earn swap fees, lending interest and additional incentive rewards. This strategydepositing funds from the pool contract into Curve StableSwap or Curve volatile pools, and withdraws them again in the same initial currency. Any token incentives are distributed as is (e.g. CRV tokens). Current pools supported are the AAVE StableSwap Pool andthe Atricrypto volatile Pool.
This strategy has price exposure to the three largest stablecoins: DAI, USDC and USDT.
This strategy uses a Curve lending pool, which means it earns interest from lending as well as trading fees. It also earns CRV token incentives.
External link: https://polygon.curve.fi/aave
Supported assets: DAI, USDC, USDT (on Polygon)
The main risk is the permanent loss of a stablecoin peg. If one of the stablecoins in the pool goes significantly down below the peg of 1.0 and does not return to the peg, it'll effectively mean that the strategy holds almost all its liquidity in that currency. When a user then withdraws their funds from the pool again (and the depegged currency is different from the one initially used to deposit into GoodGhosting) it could mean that a user gets back fewer tokens than were initially deposited.
Curve Atricrypto (Volatile)
This strategy has price exposure to the three largest stablecoins (DAI, USDC and USDT) as well as to Bitcoin and Ethereum. Note that his pool is continuously rebalancing and these are volatile assets. Hence, it is a high risk strategy. This strategy uses a Curve lending pool, which means it earns interest from lending as well as trading fees. It also earns CRV token incentives.
External link: https://polygon.curve.fi/atricrypto3
Supported assets: DAI, USDC, USDT, WETH, WBTC (on Polygon)
In this strategy, no third-party protocols are used. Hence, a users' funds will remain in the GoodGhosting smart contract, and not be moved into any third-party protocol. This enables the creation of savings pool denominated in (almost) any ERC-20 token that is available on our supported blockchain networks. This strategy still allows additional incentive tokens to be added to the pool, to be shared between all winning players.
Supported assets: most available ERC-20 tokens on both Celo and Polygon