Yearn Finance announces another ‘merger’ with the Cream lending protocol

Yearn Finance announces another ‘merger’ with the Cream lending protocol

Yearn users will be able to use their strategy pool tokens as collateral for lending. Two days after Yearn Finance (YFI) and Pickle Finance joined forces in DeFi’s first effective merger, Yearn founder Andre Cronje published details of another upcoming integration with Cream, a lending protocol similar to Compound and Aave.The blog post, published on Thursday, outlines how the two protocols will cooperate for the launch of Cream V2. As part of the partnership, the teams will merge development resources and introduce several symbiotic interactions between the two protocols.Yearn users will....


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