To date, the Rift protocol: * Processed over $70M in deposits. * Deployed liquidity pools for 15 DAOs. * Collectively saved millions of dollars for partner DAOs. * Protected the downside of over 1,500 addresses providing liquidity. * Offered max APYs up to 140%. * Facilitated the launch of 2 tokens with guaranteed immediate liquidity
At Rift we are building the foundations for a self-sovereign society. Supporting innovative teams is essential in this journey, which is why we have worked with over ten leading DAOs like NEAR, Fantom and Injective to support healthy token liquidity for their communities. Today we’ll be discussing the rollover
ZK rollups are currently the hot topic in the Ethereum L2 space promising speed, security, and throughput advantages over L1 and other L2s. But what are they? How do they work? Are all ZK rollups the same? This, and more at 10:00. First, a high-level summary of ZK rollups
At Rift, our mission is to supercharge DAO growth by providing a sustainable liquidity foundation for tokenized projects. Today we’re excited to share that Rift is live on Ethereum! With new APY floors and lockup period features, Rift allows DAOs to customize their protocol-owned liquidity strategy as an alternative
Use Rift to earn double farming returns and protect yourself from the downside risk of impermanent loss.
Rift is proud to announce our partnership with Aurora to help supercharge DAO growth in the NEAR ecosystem. Rift is a novel form of protocol-owned liquidity that empowers DAOs to achieve sustainable liquidity in a single transaction. This deployment to Aurora follows the close of Rift’s $50M capped beta
Rift is a decentralized protocol that restructures incentives to improve liquidity across DeFi. Today, we’ve updated our Gitbook to give an in-depth look into the fundamentals of the Rift Protocol and the smart contracts powering it [https://docs.rift.finance/]. This post shares a high-level overview of the Rift
In a three-part series, we introduce Rift Finance. This is the final part: The Future.
In a three-part series, we introduce Rift Finance. This is the second part: The Problem.
In a three-part series, we introduce Rift Finance. This is the first part: The Vision.