Every asset can be folded multiple times based on the collateral factor. Every fold just multiplies your APY.
So the maximum farming APY after folding are:
DAI -> 2,565% APY
USDT -> 2,346% APY
USDC -> 2,134% APY
WBTC -> 1,196% APY
NEAR -> 1,146% APY
STNEAR -> 1,125% APY
ETH -> 1,114% APY
The rewards per 1000$ are the following (at the time of the post):
Now we can multiply BRRR by estimated price and divide by 1000$ to get farming APY and then add supply APY and subtract borrow APY.
DAI -> 3.99 BRRR -> 250% APY
USDT -> 3.65 -> 228% APY
USDC -> 3.31 -> 208% APY
WBTC -> 8.33 -> 523% APY
NEAR -> 7.96 -> 501% APY
STNEAR -> 9.11 -> 574% APY
ETH -> 7.76 -> 487% APY
The only thing left to fold it a few times
Let's talk about Burrow BRRR farming. #alpha
I've computed maximum fold amounts:
For DAI/USDT/USDC you can fold your value more than 10 times. Means you deposit 10$ and can borrow 90$ with 100$ collateral, while your health factor is still above 100%
For ETH/BTC/NEAR -> 2.29X
For STNEAR -> 1.96
To estimate APR we need to know the BRRR price, since it's not liquid we can only speculate.
For similar lending projects (even without utility for the token), the ratio of TVL to the circulating market cap of the gov token is 0.185. See AAVE, Compound, Venus, Justlend, Benqi, Maple.
With 15M BRRR rewards in the first month and $140M current TVL, the potential $BRRR price gets around $1.72 per token.
We can now compute the farming reward in BRRR per $1000 of folded value per asset (borrowed and resupplied back into collateral) and subtract the APY paid
#alpha If you are looking to get an APR on your NEAR without exposing much to other tokens, there are 3 options:
1) Simple staking delegation, earning about 11.5% (compounded)
2) Staking to aurora pool, earning 16.9% (linearly)
3) Staking to metapool and farming stNEAR/wNEAR at 16.25% (mixed)
4) Stake to metapool, deposit STNEAR to Burrow, borrow NEAR, repeat. ~14.66% after 2 loops
On the same line of this proposal: https://github.com/near/bounties/issues/15.
It would be nice to build signed proofs of events happening on near.social (like toots and maybe DM) so we can integrate them easily with contracts on NEAR. It will work with an oracle that verifies the content is signed by the platform. We still need to trust whoever runs the infrastructure doesn’t go rogue, but we can iterate on this later.
#intro Hi everyone 🙃, my name is Didier, I am the PM of Ref Finance. I love to experiment and test new things. This is awesome.
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