Vesper Finance Launches on Polygon

Vesper Finance, a DeFi platform for digital asset growth, is now available on Polygon! Starting today, Polygon users can deposit, withdraw and manage their Vesper-deployed funds on the network.

Live Today: Vesper Grow

Vesper Grow delivers a well-audited, easy-to-use way for depositors to earn yield on their cryptocurrency assets. Initial Vesper Grow pools supported on Polygon are MATIC, USDC, DAI, WETH, and WBTC, with additional pools forthcoming based on community feedback. 

Coming Soon: Vesper Earn

Vesper Earn is a new type of DeFi product that enables users to deposit one crypto asset and earn yield in another. This product delivers new possibilities for growing and diversifying assets through a concept called “programmable yield.” Vesper Earn will be available on Polygon soon.

All Vesper products –– including Vesper Grow and Vesper Earn –– are put through rigorous testing and undergo at least two external audits before graduating to the main Vesper app.

Thanks to Polygon’s low fees, Vesper users will be able to interact with DeFi protocols for a fraction of the cost they would pay on Ethereum. We’re very excited to welcome Vesper to Polygon as we look to bring the next billion users to Ethereum.

Head over to the Vesper app to deposit and start earning. To learn more about Vesper, head to www.vesper.finance and follow on Medium, Twitter, Telegram, and Discord.

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