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What is BarnBridge (BOND)?

Discover the key facts about BarnBridge (BOND).

About BarnBridge

BarnBridge is a cross-platform risk management protocol that aims to reduce the risks associated with DeFi, such as inflation risk and interest rate volatility.

How BarnBridge Works

BarnBridge’s SMART Yield pools the yield from lending protocols such as Aave and splits it into tranches with different risk profiles. SMART Exposure allows user to passively maintain a specific ratio within an ERC-20 token pair, which can potentially outperform buy-and-hold strategies depending on market conditions. Holders of the BOND token can weigh in on governance proposals on BarnBridge’s DAO protocol.

Note: The Giving Block does not currently support BOND donations. See all cryptocurrencies supported by The Giving Block.

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