Maximizing Rewards

Across DeFi Platforms

Proprietary Yield Farming

Sky Bison Investments is a Multi-Chain Liquidity Yield Farming Fund providing financial services in the Decentralized Finance (DeFI) market. The company’s Smart Contract functions as a self-executing contract with an automated set of instructions to carry out various objectives while functioning on decentralized cryptocurrency platforms.

Crypto History

The Landscape and Blueprint

So, what’s the story behind Decentralized Finance (DeFi)? If you care to know keep reading, if not please proceed to the exit!  First let’s start with blockchain. Blockchain is a distributed database that maintains a continuously growing list of ordered records, called “blocks.” It’s a technology today that has created decentralized recordkeeping systems which reside on computer networks, governed by Smart Contracts (i.e., various computer code), which has become a very sophisticated means of integrating many business applications and transactions.

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The Concept

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Why Sky Bison?

Yield farming, often referred to as liquidity mining, is a strategy employed by crypto holders to maximize their returns through various DeFi protocols.  It involves staking/lending assets/currency through the magic of computer programs called smart contracts. In return for staking/lending your assets, you earn fees in the form of crypto.

Yield farmers will use very complicated strategies. Smart contacts are written specifically to move crypto assets in and out of different protocols and lending marketplaces to maximize their returns. They will also be very secretive about the best yield farming strategies. Why? The more people know about a strategy, the less effective it may become.

Why Sky Bison is Different

Our Smart Contract functions as a self-executing contract with an automated set of instructions to carry out various objectives and to interact on decentralized cryptocurrency platforms. Our automated process enables the creation of new financial instruments and digital assets.

Matching Buyers and Sellers
Matching Buyers and Sellers

We facilitate compatible exchange buy and sell orders for the same security submitted in close proximity in price and time.

Automatic Price Discovery
Automatic Price Discovery

We use a process where buyers and sellers determine where a transaction can take place based on supply and demand.

Latest Yield Farming Strategies
Latest Yield Farming Strategies

Our strategies for lending or staking your cryptocurrency coins or tokens for rewards in the form of transaction fees or interest.

Defi Blueprint Access
Prop Smart Contracts

We have written smart contracts that can adapt to the ever changing and fast moving Decentralized Finance market.    

Leveraging LPTs
Leveraging LPTs

Our trading mechanism for increasing your exposure to the market by allowing you to pay less than the full amount of the investment.

AI/Machine Learning Prop Code
AI/Machine Learning Prop Code

Our method for evaluating the price of your investments compared with other investments in the market.

Investment

What This Means For You

Sky Bison Investments develops proprietary smart contracts to execute yield farming strategies into the ever changing and fast-moving world of Decentralized Finance.  Sky Bison Investments provides an avenue for someone to invest in yield farming without having to write any code or setup any digital wallet.

Sky Bison Investment Options

Stability/Growth

What Lies Ahead?

Perpetual futures yield strategy -  1st Quarter 2024.

Apparel Drop - Summer 2024.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Yield Farming is the practice of staking or lending crypto assets in order to generate high returns or rewards in the form of cryptocurrency.

A liquidity pool is a smart contract that allows a user to deposit assets into a pool managed by the smart contract. The pool is used for liquidity to power the swapping ability of a DEX.

By far the most popular use case for liquidity pools is on decentralized exchanges, which have become the backbone of the DeFi ecosystem. Decentralized exchanges allow users to swap cryptocurrency assets via smart contracts. They are able to achieve this through the application of an automated market maker (AMM).

A traditional order book exchange working with liquidity pools is extremely inefficient on smart contracts. The process requires a lot of time and a higher amount of gas fees. Luckily, the innovation of AMMs removes the need for an order book exchange. The AMM allows traders to exchange directly with the liquidity pools, which lowers slippage and means the exchanges can run 24/7.

A liquidity pool is usually composed of 2 cryptocurrency tokens that create a market for anyone wishing to exchange between the 2. Some exchanges also offer multiple crypto asset pools.

The most popular decentralized exchange is Uniswap, with over $7 billion in total value locked in the protocol at the time of writing. Uniswap leverages liquidity pools with an automated market maker (AMM) to offer instant cryptocurrency exchanges.

Other popular exchanges that utilize liquidity pools include AAVE, Curve, SushiSwap and Balancer.

Liquidity providing is when investors deposit funds into liquidity pools (smart contracts) so they can earn revenue from the swaps that happen on the DEX platform.

Providing liquidity to liquidity pools will earn the liquidity provider fees that are generated inside each pool.

A liquidity provider (LP) is a user that supplies a liquidity pool with cryptocurrency assets so that the funds can then be used for the associated DeFi protocol.

Anyone can become a liquidity provider in DeFi and with the innovation of AMMs, the combination has truly opened up the financial capabilities of an individual.

Liquidity providers need to deposit cryptocurrencies of equal proportion into a liquidity pool. This provides a market for that cryptocurrency pairing that others can then use to trade.

In return for providing liquidity to a market, the LP is offered a return on investment. Without LPs, trades could not occur, so, as LPs are facilitating trades, they are rewarded with a percentage of the transaction fees. The amount that a LP is rewarded depends on the percentage of the liquidity pool that they provide.

When liquidity providers offer liquidity to a DeFi protocol they must deposit their own cryptocurrency assets. In exchange for depositing real cryptocurrency assets, LPs receive liquidity provider tokens (LPTs) that represent the users' share of the chosen liquidity pool. LPTs can be thought of as a receipt, used to show proof of ownership.

The liquidity provider token is key to the function of automated market makers (AMMs) used on many exchanges. By receiving LPTs in exchange for deposits it ensures protocols are non-custodial, meaning each user has complete control of their digital assets. The user can use the LPTs to withdraw their staked deposit at any time.

Staking liquidity provider tokens to earn additional rewards The other major benefit of liquidity provider tokens is that they can multiply the liquidity within the DeFi space. LPTs are created as ERC-20, Ethereum-native, tokens which means they can be used on other DeFi protocols just like the underlying assets they represent.

In order to provide liquidity, assets must be locked in a protocol, which reduces the overall amount of liquidity in the DeFi ecosystem. Liquidity provider tokens solve this problem, because they can be taken and used in additional DeFi services, as the LPT represents ownership of a real amount of money, albeit in a new form.

You can think of this as leveraging, or "double-dipping" – taking a single piece of capital and using it for multiple purposes at once. Similar to how a family might choose to use their house as collateral to take out a loan on a second investment property, without having to give up the underlying asset (the family home).

The biggest risk to a liquidity provider is Impermanent Loss (IL) when providing liquidity. The risk is that the allocation of assets you put into the pool initially has shifted. Because the tokens you provide to a liquidity pool have a ratio between the assets (ie. price) when you first started, any movement of that ratio will result in some IL, which is always a negative value. The higher the price divergence of the token prices in the pool, the more IL will be suffered.

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