Maple Finance is an institutional capital marketplace powered by blockchain technology. They provide undercollateralized lending for institutional borrowers and fixed-income opportunities for lenders. Users can expect returns of around 45% for lending USDC on Maple at the time of writing.
InsurAce.io has completed a risk assessment on Maple Finance and awarded it a strong security rating, and an annual insurance premium price of 3.1%.
This means that users of Maple can earn a return protected from smart contract risk of around 41.9% APY. This is very important as it allows larger institutions to enter DeFi safely and earn these returns without smart contract vulnerability risks.
Offering Maple users quality insurance services forms part of their promises to their users. Namely:
Access capital efficiently. Lending opportunities grow as Borrowers build their track record and expand their business.
Generate DeFi yield from a diversified pool of accredited borrowers that are profitable and stable. Mitigate default exposure with a reserve of protective capital.
Audited by multiple third-party firms and secured with smart contract insurance. Collateral held in non-custodial smart contracts and is protected from automated liquidations.
InsurAce.io is proud to list of Maple Finance and secure their institutional investors’ funds against the potential risks of investing in DeFi.
Maple Finance is an institutional capital marketplace powered by blockchain technology. On a mission to redefine capital markets through digital assets, Maple expands the digital economy by providing undercollateralized lending for institutional borrowers and fixed-income opportunities for lenders. The economic potential of the future will be fulfilled by harnessing global capital and applying it to areas of greatest opportunity.
Maple offers borrowers transparent and efficient financing completed entirely on-chain. For lenders, Maple offers a sustainable yield source through lending to diversified pools of crypto’s premium institutions. The Pool Delegates that manage these pools perform diligence and set terms with Borrowers.
The protocol is governed by the Maple Token (MPL), which enables token holders to participate in governance, share in fee revenues, and stake to provide a credit reserve to Lending Pools.