What is Yieldflow Protocol?

The Yieldflow Protocol is an open-source protocol for providing liquidity, staking and lending ERC20 tokens on Ethereum. It eliminates trusted intermediaries and unnecessary forms of rent extraction, allowing for safe, accessible, and efficient exchange activity. The protocol is non-upgradable and designed to be censorship resistant.

How do I use the Yieldflow Protocol?

To create a new liquidity pool, provide liquidity, swap tokens, or vote on governance proposals, head over to the Dashboard and connect a Web3 wallet. Remember, each transaction on Ethereum costs Ether (ETH). For a more detailed walkthrough, check out our Help Guides.

If you’re a developer interested in building on top of the Yieldflow Protocol, please refer to our extensive docs.

How does Yieldflow Protocol work?

Yieldflow  is a collection of smart contracts that define a standard way to create liquidity pools, provide liquidity, stake and lend assets.

Each liquidity pool contains two assets. The pools keep track of aggregate liquidity reserves and the pre-defined pricing strategies set by liquidity providers. Reserves and prices are updated automatically every time someone trades. There is no central order book, no third-party custody, and no private order matching engine.

For a more in-depth description, check out the Concepts from the documentation.