Blockchain offers investors many DeFi opportunities to leverage through revenue agriculture and vaults, and one startup has found a way to use Orbs Layer 3 infrastructure to aggregate all the best opportunities across the chain.

Revault is a blockchain-based product that proactively finds, monitors and places users' funds in the best performing vaults in real time. It dynamically notifies users if better opportunities become available, and with the click of a button, users can reallocate their holdings to a new vault to maximize returns.

Revault and Orbs Collaboration

Revault is the first DeFi protocol to take advantage of the Orbs ecosystem. Orbs' Layer 3 architecture provides applications with more sophisticated functionality than those using Layer 2 protocols. Layer 3 deploys a new dimension of smart contracts that allows for better transaction enhancements compared to Layer 2 smart contracts.

How does it work?

Revault uses a pyramid to explain the hierarchy of Vault opportunities. See the diagram below.

This is the perfect product for blockchain users who see the benefits and understand the level of return blockchain investments can bring, but don't know how to take advantage of these opportunities or don't know how to compare available vaults.

Revault supports protocols across Ethereum, Binance, Fantom, Polygon, Solana, and Avalanche, and it is Orbs technology that powers the 3 most important features of Revault.

  • Automatic compounding, when your mono-production farming rewards are automatically sold and then re-added to your mining pool for a higher APY.
  • TVL-APR calculation to find the compound interest per TVL for the vault you use with 1 year of interest.
  • Automatic rebalancing, making investment recommendations to clients based on the best opportunities

Revault's goal is to find the best possible opportunities within an application, and the use of features compatible with Orbs EVM means that opportunities can interoperate across a range of Layer 1 chains including Ether, BNB Chain, Polygon and Avalanche. The Orbs feature enhances EVM smart contract functionality while retaining an element of decentralization.

Notification on the chain

But the Orbs utility doesn't stop there, it also provides applications with the ability to use in-chain event notifications, for example, in this case notifications to provide better vaulting opportunities, and it performs this operational protocol for a range of applications including Open DeFi notifications.

In addition, Orbs' Tier 3 program provides value to the broader DeFi ecosystem.

Disclaimer: This article is for informational purposes only. It is not provided or intended to be used as legal, tax, investment, financial or other advice.