Inverse Finance Blog
Welcome to Inverse Finance! We invented a totally new way of borrowing at fixed rates and created this short and simple explainer video for how to borrow DOLA in FiRM! FiRM is a little different from most lending protocols - you don’t pay interest! Inste...
In the continuous pursuit of enhancing the security of FiRM, we are introducing a new security feature: Minimum Debt Amounts. This innovative feature is designed to further safeguard the protocol by ensuring that all new borrow positions remain liquidatabl...
FiRM is seeing increasing adoption and Inverse Finance DAO introduces further opportunities for users of the Curve platform to unlock capital thanks to the new staked CVX market. What Is Staked CVX? Convex Finance introduced the CVX token which is issued ...
Yield in crypto is on everyone’s mind, especially “real” yield. Some brief thoughts on how Inverse is generating real yield for its INV governance token stakers. How We Think About INV Yield While most governance tokens are “useless” and at best provide v...
The DBR streaming link between DOLA borrowing and INV staking creates a direct connection for holders of DAO voting power and benefiting from the success of the product suite.
FiRM has been built with security and exploit mitigation in mind from the start. This means that beyond just testing and working with auditors to ensure that the protocol works correctly, the team has designed multiple `firewalls`
We believe FiRM is the biggest DeFi idea of 2022. Fixed-rate lending markets are a trillion-dollar opportunity that remains almost completely untouched by DeFi lending today.
The launch of FiRM, our new fixed-rate money market protocol, brings about a renewed commitment from Inverse to provide a safe and secure platform to our users. One of the roles of the Risk Working Group (RWG) at Inverse is to instill a security framework ...
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...