I’m looking at their supply and borrow rates on DAI the borrow cost 11.79% but you get 17.15% in Rndt token and the supply rate is 4.63% on top of a 2.79% rndt reward is this a good project to get involved in new to defi… I scooped some of their tokens looks promising
5 thoughts on “Thoughts on radiant capital? Arbitrum up and coming better than AAVE?”
AAVE is battle tested. the rates are low but I think it is proportionate to the risk
The use case for Radiant vs Aave is that Radiant is planning to allow users to deposit collateral on one chain and borrow against it on another.
Please focus on what the actual business case is instead of short term tokenomics.
Who knows if they will pull it off but that’s the actual differentiator.
Rates on lending protocols have nothing to do with which is “better”
Radiant is an AAVE fork, it uses identical smart contracts. Right now the only major difference between the two that I’m aware of is that Radiant has very high inflation that benefits suppliers and borrowers.
Any major dev on arb