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Accumulated Finance V2

August 10, 2023
Accumulated Finance , Ecosystem Updates

Accumulated Finance was launched in March as a liquid staking platform for Accumulate Protocol. We have come a long way since then, achieving a 5% share of Accumulate Protocol staking, offering users an increased staking APR, launching stableswap and crypto Curve pools for WACME & stACME tokens, and integrating with Curve ecosystem and bribe markets.

💜 Now it’s time to announce Accumulated Finance V2.

Expansion Plan

After a successful launch as the liquid staking for the Accumulate protocol, we are ready to extend our knowledge, expertise and experience to other networks.

In 2023–2024 we plan to:

  • Launch Liquid Staking with increased staking APRs for 10–20 new networks and achieve $1B TVL
  • Build deeper integrations with the Curve ecosystem, bringing new projects and tokens to trade in Curve’s incentivised pools
  • Build on-chain liquidity for liquid staking and crypto trading pools for these networks
  • Launch ACFI governance token

ACFI Private Round

There will be a private round before ACFI launch, if you’re interested in taking part please fill in the form and we’ll get back to you when round starts.

Investment in CRV (Curve DAO Token)

We are also pleased to announce that Accumulated Finance has recently purchased 1.25 million CRV from Curve founder Michael Egorov.

Through this investment, Accumulated Finance aligns its incentives with the Curve ecosystem and will be able to use this voting power to bootstrap our future ACFI/crvUSD/ETH pool and the liquid staking and crypto trading pools of our partner protocols.

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