Yeti Finance
Disclaimer: Risks of Using Protocol
Please review all protocol documentation and our DISCLAIMERS: RISK OF USING PROTOCOL page before using the Yeti Finance protocol and/or interacting with YETI or the YUSD token.
Yeti Finance is a novel, decentralized borrowing protocol that allows users to deposit assets and borrow the protocol’s native stablecoin, YUSD, against them. The Yeti Finance protocol is made up of both proprietary and free, public, and open-source software.Your use of Yeti Finance involves various risks, including, but not limited, to losses while digital assets are deposited into Yeti Finance via smart contract or economic exploits, and losses due to liquidations and redemptions. Before borrowing, staking, or liquidity providing you should fully review our technical documentation to understand how the Yeti Finance protocol works.
While the Yeti Finance Decentralized Finance Protocol has been thoroughly audited by multiple independent software security firms and undergone third-party economic analysis, there remains a risk that assets deposited into the protocol as well as the YUSD and YETI tokens may suffer complete and permanent economic loss should the protocol’s technical or economic mechanisms suffer catastrophic failure.
USE AT YOUR OWN RISK: THE YETI FINANCE PROTOCOL IS PROVIDED “AS IS”, WITHOUT WARRANTIES OF ANY KIND. No developer or entity involved in creating the YETI FINANCE will be liable for any claims or damages whatsoever associated with your use, inability to use, or your interaction with other users of the Yeti Finance protocol, including any direct, indirect, incidental, special, exemplary, punitive or consequential damages, or loss of profits, cryptocurrencies, tokens, or anything else of value. Yeti reserves the right to modify the terms of the Yeti protocol at any time for any reason.
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