Yearn Finance, one of the leading DeFi protocols, has recently made an addition on Gemini Dollar (GUSD) vaults to its platform. The firm has not yet revealed any strategies or potential earnings from this new addition to the platform. It is recently reported that the other four stablecoin pools on the platform have seen some yearly growth.
This new addition by Yearn Finance is appreciated by Cameron Winklevoss, founder of Gemini exchange. He seems to be quite delighted by this move and believed that the future belongs to the DeFi sector.
It is also reported that Github of the founder of Yearn Finance recently got updated with the additional details on the Keep3r network. It is believed that this is going to act as a smart contract job platform for all the projects that require some extra operations. Here the job is used for smart contracts that require an entity to perform actions. It is also mentioned that the network will be powered by KPR tokens and these tokens are issued as rewards against job completion.
There has been a lot of discussion regarding this protocol by the Yearn Finance and Daniel Lehnberg has also explored how this protocol needs to be considered. In the end, it is specified that it is actually not even a company and is not having any shareholders. It indicates that this protocol is not in a good position at present. It is reported that Yearn Finance has again slumped by 14% this week and is currently around the $13,000 mark. This position is still seen as a loss because it is 63% less the all-time weekly high of YFI which was around $37,000 back in September.