An interview and tutorial of using B Protocol to earn yield on your MakerDAO vaults
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One of the few DeFi protocols without a native governance token…
*exhales deep breath of relief*
Yeah. Its lit. B Protocol is focused on improving the liquidity and effectiveness of DeFi’s borrowing/lending markets through liquidation mechanisms.
Sounds scary eh?
Yea yea just keep your HF above 3 and you’ll be good (oooooof).
But yeah so basically the current liquidation mechanisms in DeFi aren’t even close to the caliber that CEXs and TradFi have setup.
B Protocol is taking a step in the right direction for everyone involved.
If you have any funds in MakerDAO vaults, this is a way for you to transfer your vault to B Protocol & earn more yield.
Yaron used to work big time with Kyber and is v knowledgable when it comes to smart contracts, he walked me through B Protocol and what to expect from a user POV.
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