Within the Stakehouse Academy everyone has access to deployable templates which can be modified to create the next generation of DeFi 3.0 protocols which leverage staked asset yield.
The Stakehouse protocol is a dual factor registry tracking validator assets on the Ethereum Consensus layer. The savETH registry specifically tracks the yield generated by each validator KNOT registered within the Stakehouse protocol, but offers an interface for programming the yield earned by dETH holders.
At a high level it’s worth understanding important concepts within the savETH registry namely: savETH indexes. A savETH index is a container that can be owned by any ETH address. Within the savETH index, an infinite number of KNOTs and their corresponding dETH and savETH shares can exist. Given each KNOT is earning its own yield on the Consensus layer, the savETH index has its own native aggregate yield. More and more dETH can be added into an index and withdrawn at any time into the open market walking away with the dETH accrued from the Beacon Chain in the meantime. As the index can be owned by any address, the yield is there for anyone to program!
The following deployable templates are ready to go:
savETH Index Fractionalization via ERC20 or other tokens
- Curate the highest yielding savETH tokens into a single index.
- Money Markets, Bonds, Savings Accounts, Self Repaying Loans, etc.
- Putting a DAO treasury to work.
savETH Index Rates and Rights Trading
- Build marketplaces to facilitate savETH index level trading
For more information, please see the individual sections.
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