Venture Vaults : DAO Maker’s Expansion to DeFi

Current DeFi standards are mostly limited to lending and trading, but finance encompasses much more than this. Funding is in fact a primary element of traditional finance.

An irony of many DeFi projects is that they are either:

  • primarily funded by a handful of VCs

Funding is often excluded from the DeFi narrative as it goes against the goals of the narrative writers, early funds that control major stakes in DeFi projects like Compound.

Yearn Finance (YFI) popularized farming about a year ago. About a year in, Yearn has billions in deposits which it distributes across DeFi projects.

This is a synergistic relation: DeFi projects acquire adoption and liquidity through Yearn’s promise of automated rates to its users.

A significant portion of crypto users now seek revenues opportunities. Yet, the model remains static.

Since the launch of Yearn, countless other projects have been launched across chains. They all seek to replicate YFI’s model. We are evolving the model.

Presenting the Venture Vaults

Disrupting our own model: stake either DAO or stablecoins to access Strong Holder Offerings.


This enables SHOs to tap into the massive market of crypto users who only want stablecoins. It allows the DAO Pad to tap into the massive number of stablecoin farmers in the industry.


Venture Vaults will allow stablecoins to be locked for either 3, 6, or 12 months. This will provide stablecoin stakers to earn DAO Power, just like DAO stakers. However! The DAO Power from committing stablecoins will be sharply less than engaging DAO of equal USD value.


  • Committing 5,000 DAO (worth $10,000) earns 5,000 DAO Power

DAO Token

  • Stablecoin stakers’ funds would be deployed to farms.
There is a glaring gap in ROI


  • The average ROI on SHOs makes them in fact the best avenue for rates, far ahead of any main operator like Yearn Finance.





CMO at DAO Maker (

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