3 Big Blockchain Companies Teamed Up on a DeFi Product That Pays Passive Income

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Cosmos, Polkadot, and Terra have announced “Anchor.”

In a special announcement made at the Unitize conference on July 6,  Cosmos, Polkadot, and Terra revealed a new DeFi savings product called Anchor that aims to offer dependable interest rates on stablecoins deposits.

The companies involved in the creation of Anchor plan to launch it across their respective blockchains at the end of Q3 this year and scale across to other PoS blockchains in the future.

Do Kwon, founder and CEO of Terra, explained in a prepared statement:

“While DeFi staples such as Maker and Compound have been revolutionary in creating fully decentralized crypto money markets, the volatility of their interest rates makes them unsuitable to be used as a household savings product. DeFi mass adoption needs the creation of a fully decentralized savings account that offers dependable APR.”

Anchor’s smart contracts receive stablecoin deposits and use a portion of them to acquire staking positions on compatible Proof of Stake blockchains. Users will receive their passive income from these staking rewards.

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The initial governance for this platform will come from the Interchain Asset Association (IAA), a newly formed organization that sees Zaki Manian of Cosmos, Jack Platts of the Web3 Foundation, and Do Kwon of Terraform Labs collectively steering the ship.

On June 26, Cointelegraph reported about a partnership between the Gitcoin project and Polkadot that will help the interoperable blockchain platform’s developers find community support and funding. The Kava decentralized finance (DeFi) protocol also recently launched on the Cosmos (ATOM) network, with collateral support for Binance Coin (BNB).

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