How $YFI Works (Explainer Video)

Hey fellow farmers,

I made a little video explaining how $YFI works. Would love your input and further suggestions :slight_smile:


Thank you for sharing this video. Very helpful and demystifying for noobs like me! Also, I am a visual learner, so your doodling and notes were just what I needed. Appreciate you sir!

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Fantastic breakdown.

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Thank you for making this. I was trying to explain $YFI to a friend and sending him this video will definitely help :smiley:

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What is this drawing tool, which you are using?

Thanks for the comprehensive explanation video. One thing it’s not covered is the relationship of FYI with Balancer pool. I was wondering how they fit together.

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I honestly understood this video better after I learned how Curve works through your earlier video, great work on both!


this was a great video. easy to follow. can you please do a second part where we go step by step on how to deposit and stake.
Is it me or right now stake is disable?


Dear valued reader,

Could someone please explain a concept for me. What is the difference between depositing USDc in the EARN vs. Vault tab at the [] site.

Also, what is the difference between the APY seen on [] vs the interest seen on the the EARN tab at [yearn,fi]

I would really appreciate if a kind soul could answer these questions, alternatively point me in the direction of information.


there are two great new videos highly recommended:

  1. Defi Dad

  2. The second part from Defi’s Bitcoin


appreciate the video

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Truly helpful and insightful for those embarking on their YFI journey - highly recommend and hope the views pour in! Cheers

Great video for a beginner. Thank you for this content. Is there a more recent video since evolved?

Great video that describes the money flow and highlights the risks. I think any new users of the protocol will be happy to get a visualization of how new vaults work, and especially from where the tokens come from.

Thanks! Happy to make an updated one if there’s interest?