FEBRUARY 9, 2021
Smart Yield Report: December 2020/January 2021
The Smart Yield wallet was successfully launched on December 14, 2020 and after a few weeks of limited access it is now available for all users of the wealth app. For the sake of transparency to our community, we will, on a monthly basis, aggregate the data to give you a report on the key figures related to the Smart Yield wallets.
The content of this report, updated monthly, will be subject to change based on your feedback and the evolution of the information we receive.
For this first report, we will cover the second half of December 2020 as well as the month of January 2021.
Smart Yield wallets results covered in this report:
The Smart Yield wallet simplifies and optimises earning a yield on your crypto, every single day. The goal is to find the best return for the lowest risk, as well as offering some of the best yielding conditions available in the market. To learn more about how it works, read our article: https://swissborg.com/blog/swissborg-launches-usdc-smart-yield
After more than a month and a half, the average proposed annual yield is above 20% with a maximum yield of 26.82%. Nearly 10,000 users have benefited from Smart Yield for a total cumulative compounded return of more than $275,000.
In addition to optimising yield while minimising risk, SwissBorg has also established a USD1 million Safety Net Program in CHSB (8,333,333 CHSB) to protect against Smart Contract risk, and we put the equivalent of 25% of max yield earnings into that program to ensure it grows alongside our community’s investments.
In order to obtain the best possible return for an optimal risk, the optimisation of the strategy consists in diversifying into numerous DeFi and CeFi applications once they have been audited (Smart Contract and due diligence) in order to limit the risks. Nine different applications were used over December and January with a maximum diversification of seven different applications. It is important to note that these different applications are developed on the Binance Smart Chain or the Ethereum blockchain. Thus, it adds an additional layer of complexity.
To optimise the yield and to navigate between the different projects, many time consuming transactions were performed on the two different blockchains. In total, nearly 600 transactions have been performed since the launch of the Smart Yield wallet. It is important to note here that these transactions are performed securely. Indeed, a double signature is required for all transactions.
These transactions had a cost of $6,071 in transaction fees. Despite the fact that the Binance Smart Chain was the most used in terms of transactions, only 2.1% of the fees were paid on this blockchain.
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