With a deflationary governance token, CORE, CVault.finance is a decentralized finance system. Also planned are “Automated Strategy Vaults,” which would automate profit-generating methods for staked tokens.
cVault.finance claims their governance approach is “the strongest and most involved in DeFi.” CORE token holders vote collectively to modify the protocol, including adding new liquidity pools or removing old ones.
The platform went live on Ethereum mainnet in September 2020, and CORE followed seven days later.
In October 2020, cVault.finance added “0xdec4f” as head of operations. 0xdec4f was a community member and moderator of cVault.finance’s Telegram channel before joining the team.
cVault.finance wants to differentiate itself from other DeFi protocols by concentrating on deflationary yield farming. The initiative argues that minting additional tokens to compensate liquidity providers is unsustainable since it devalues the token. It has called this kind of incentive “flawed and short-minded.”
Its called “deflationary farming” by CVault.finance. Instead, a 1% fee is levied on token transfers, which goes to liquidity providers. The protocol also prohibits liquidity withdrawal from Uniswap, ensuring a stable market. These built-in safeguards, it claims, will guarantee platform longevity.
CORE Can Never Go Below a Set Price
The cVault.finance development team gets 7% of token transfer fees, while the rest goes to liquidity providers.
Tokens can’t be redeemed for assets like Uniswap pairs, thereby locking liquidity within the system. As a result, users may exchange LP tokens for other assets. The cVault.finance development team claims this results in a “price floor,” meaning CORE can never go below a set price.
cVault.finance reports that the development team receives no CORE tokens from LGEs. According to CoinMarketCap, cVault.finance price currently is $14,208.92 USD with $71,128.24 USD trading volume and had a fantastic week. It gained more than 50 percent last week.