In this post, we are excited to share the significant enhancements that have taken place in the Venus Protocol’s Vaults. With the introduction of VIP-127, Venus Protocol is improving the user experience while prioritizing transparency, accessibility, and community engagement. Let’s dive into the details and explore how these changes encourage participation while improving the user journey on Venus Protocol
Vault Upgrade: Unleashing the Potential of Your Assets
As part of Venus Protocol’s commitment to providing a cutting-edge DeFi experience, the Vaults have undergone important upgrades. The redesigned Vault page offers an intuitive and user-friendly interface that simplifies processes such as depositing, withdrawing, and monitoring your assets across the Venus Vaults. These enhancements, along with the adjustments introduced to the XVS Vaults by VIP-127, empower users to maximize their asset utilization and engagement within the Venus ecosystem.
The XVS Vault plays a vital role in the design of the Venus Protocol ecosystem by aligning the incentives towards loyal users. By staking XVS in the Vault, users receive a portion of the token emissions and a portion of the quarterly buyback that comes from the protocol revenues. These incentives allow XVS stakers to earn a variable APY that is currently around 6.5% and has been as high as 10% and more.
On top of that, the staked tokens grant voting rights, fostering a more decentralized and inclusive governance structure within the Venus ecosystem. Stakers can use their voting power to shape the future of the protocol by participating in the VIP voting process. Furthermore, when the Venus Prime SBT is finally implemented, stakers that meet the requirements will receive boosted yields on their supply and borrow balances for selected markets.
It’s essential to note that the upgrade introduced by VIP-127 brings a change to the withdrawal process of the XVS Vault. Balances that are requested for withdrawal will no longer earn staking rewards and will be considered liquid and withdrawn from the vault. This adjustment ensures a fair retribution of the staking rewards while maintaining an unlock time of 7 days that provides reasonable flexibility to manage positions.
Enhanced User Experience and Opportunities with the Redesigned Vault Page
The redesigned Vault page offers an intuitive and user-friendly interface that simplifies processes such as depositing, withdrawing, and monitoring your assets across the Venus Vaults. .
With a renowned design, The VAI Vault remains active, allowing holders to earn a variable APY that’s currently around 8.55%. At the same time, the stability fee and other upcoming upgrades for VAI are helping to stabilize and prepare our native stablecoin to play a vital role in the DeFi ecosystem.
Whilst the VRT Vault has been deprecated in alignment with the Vault upgrade, and will no longer be supported on Venus or the BNB Chain. Users who converted their VRT for XVS on time can now access a separate VRT conversion page to withdraw the distributed XVS. This page is expected to be active at least for 10 more months until the distribution process is completed.
To summarize, the enhancements introduced in the Venus Protocol’s Vaults mark a major milestone in improving the overall user experience and engagement within the Venus ecosystem. The simplified processes, increased incentives for XVS stakers, and the withdrawal adjustments ensure that users can make the most of their assets while actively participating in the governance and shaping the future of the protocol. We invite you to explore these enhancements and be a part of this exciting journey on Venus Protocol.
To stay up to date with the latest developments and progress regarding Vaults, users can visit the Venus Protocol website and Dapp. For the latest news and events, you can visit Venus Community. For the latest updates, you can visit our Twitter and our Telegram Announcement Group. We also have a global community on Telegram. For users who prefer to communicate in their native language, Venus has Telegram groups in Arabic, Chinese, Czech, German, Filipino, French, Hindi, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Slovenian, Spanish, Thai, Turkish, Ukrainian, and Vietnamese.