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Inverse Finance is working hard with Balancer to create a new, flexible, and efficient exchange for DOLA and INV holders. We are initially supporting two incentivized pools on the platform DOLA/INV and DOLA/bb-a-USDand thanks to the efficiency of the incen...
Last week, Inverse's bug bounty contest for FiRM hosted on the Code4rena platform came to a close. The contest ran for 5 days, between October 25th and 30th, with a grant total of $50,000 up for grabs. A proposal to grant the BBP multisig the allowance t...
The DOLA Borrowing Rights DBR Airdrop will be claimable soon via our website inverse.finance for eligible users.
With FiRM, there is an opportunity to radically scale fixed-rate DeFi lending in ways not previously possible. We invite you to dive into the FiRM whitepaper now
Regardless, please join us in celebrating our new DOLA logo, and huge thanks to all the Inverse Finance DAO contributors who participated in this process.
Inverse Finance Newsletter October Hello Invaders! It’s a build market as they say, a time we use to focus on building products and securing liquidity for DOLA. The past month has been very fruitful as we have seen important proposals come through and n...
This new project, Hyve, just announced they are accepting DOLA as payment for freelancing gigs. If you’re a user of Upwork, Fiverr, Freelancer, or another pay-per-project platform, you’ll understand and perhaps give it a close look.
Scaling DeFi in a way that will truly rival TradFi requires new ways of depositing, securing, and managing collateral that makes exploits like the ones above far more difficult.
Building on our ongoing efforts to expand liquidity for DOLA on new exchanges, we’re excited to share our latest Fed deployment, the Velo Fed! This new DOLA Fed is soon to pass through Inverse governance and is meant to support our DOLA-USDC pool on Velodr...
Variable rates are volatile, but we are asking the question: will variable rate lending be the way we convert the TradFi world to DeFi? Variable borrowing rates that can zoom to 78% or that vary wildly on a day-to-day basis are unlikely to convince