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Earn more yield. Tools for defi users on Avalanche.

What is Yield Yak?

Auto-Compounder

Farms auto-compound your rewards automatically, saving you both time and gas-fees while you receive the benefits of compound interest.

DEX Aggregator

Yak Swap provides one-click trade execution with multi-step routes and low slippage.

Liquid Staking Provider

yyAVAX lets you earn native yields for securing the Avalanche Network without sacrificing DeFi utility.

Yield Booster

Benefit from Yield Yak's ve-Balances across multiple protocols in order to earn higher yields using Yield Yak than you can on your own.

Community Driven

Yield Yak is a community-driven project. The Yield Yak community have built and maintained the best and most diverse yield optimiser on the market.

Self-Sustaining

Yield Yak is largely self-sustaining. Our community compounds rewards, suggests new strategies, proposes key configuration updates and contributes to development. Yield Yak Farms can run forever, without the team's involvement.

How does Yield Yak work?

Yield Yak auto-compounds yield farm rewards.
  • Each farm is a pool of deposits from Yield Yak users
  • Farms earn reward tokens (like $AVAX)
  • Farms reinvest all rewards, compounding everyone's deposits
All depositors benefit from the high frequency of Yield Yak compounding. Learn more:

How do I get started?

Before you start using Yield Yak, you will need:
  1. 1.
    A Web3 Wallet such as MetaMask.
  2. 2.
    AVAX on the Avalanche C-Chain in your wallet.
For help getting started, please see this guide from Ava Labs:

Can I lose money?

Yes. Use Yield Yak at your own risk with money you can afford to use. Do you own research. Yield Yak works with auditors CoinFabrik to periodically audit high-TVL strategies, however not all farms are audited, which is especially true for new ones.
Additionally, Yield Yak relies on smart contracts from other platforms which may be unaudited. Any funds lost by other platforms will affect Yield Yak users.

Support

If you are not sure about something, ask our community.