Title basically. I mainly have some $NEAR amongst other coins ($SUSHI, $SOL, etc.), and I want to put it somewhere to gain interest as passive income (looking for options other than staking out of curiosity). I’ve seen ribbon.finance and pickle.finance – these seem to be up my alley. Something like Anchor Protocol would be great though.
Platforms with a diverse array of coins that respect user privacy are welcome (ones that support $NEAR are especially appreciated).
3 thoughts on “De-Fi managed, passive savings accounts that allow exposure to the user’s choice of coin”
You won’t find a one size fits all, and ignore the Spool shills these are new and as generic as ever. If you do not doxx your on chain address you are pretty safe to assume your privacy is safe.
You can choose to find on chain protocols such as pickle and ribbon as you mention or stake the blockchain tokens to validators individually through NEAR and SOL. Beefy finance is an aggregator for EVM compatible chains so any tokens you hold on sidechains could potentially have single stake options on beefy through their strategies.
Convex, but doesn’t help with near
Well if you had stablea I would have implored you to consider yield farming when Spool goes live on Mainnet this Q1.