Veda Introduction

Native Yield Infrastructure


Veda is native yield infrastructure for protocols and applications. Users deposit assets into Veda's contracts, which then securely deploy that capital across DeFi protocols. Veda’s mission is to bring crypto mass-adoption through transparent and accessible yields.

We envision every protocol, application, and ecosystem having deeply integrated native yield. Native yield provides a number of benefits for both users and protocol builders.

User Benefits

  • Simplified Onboarding: Instantly access the leading DeFi integrations available within an ecosystem.

  • Higher Yields: Veda provides simplified access to complex DeFi strategies, coupled with ongoing monitoring to optimize performance.

  • Lower Gas Costs: Transactions are batched for efficiency, and users don't pay gas costs for on-going rebalances.

Protocol Benefits

  • Simplified Ecosystem Onboarding: By eliminating the need for users to navigate various integrations and continuously monitor optimal strategies, Veda enhances user convenience and engagement.

  • Higher Base Yields: Veda's complex DeFi strategies and optimization can result in higher base yields which can be more appealing to users. This can result in more efficient user acquisition, higher retention rates, and lower incentive expenditure.

  • Liquidity Optimization: Veda allocates liquidity to inefficiencies within a given ecosystem, thereby fostering liquidity provision and addressing market gaps.

  • Capital Flexibility: By building a robust capital base, Veda enables swift deployment of funds towards a protocol's strategic priorities. For instance, a designated portion of liquidity can instantly seed new integrations, facilitating ecosystem expansion.

Flexible Off-Chain Algorithms

Veda enables flexible AI-powered algorithms to securely optimize on-chain liquidity. Imposing minimal constraints on the off-chain system is necessary for yield solutions to keep pace with the evolving DeFi landscape.

Natively Cross-Chain

Yield solutions built with Veda are natively cross-chain. For example, a Veda vault on Ethereum Mainnet can simultaneously allocate liquidity to DeFi positions across every L2. Veda solves liquidity fragmentation across rollups by abstracting away the complexities of bridging assets to a new ecosystem and engaging with applications in that ecosystem.

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