You can use a garden to simplify access to DeFi opportunities across different protocols. For example, the ⛲ Fountain of ETH generates yield on ETH by taking advantage of staking opportunities across different protocols.
You can use a garden to create a supercharged staking mechanic for any ERC-20 token. You can see more information here. We use a garden to create a staking mechanic for BABL itself, see the Heart 🫀.
Automatically create and deploy strategies to react to events and market conditions. You can execute and trigger strategies directly from your smart contracts.
Gardens and strategies can be created on-chain directly from your smart contracts in a response to an event or directly through our user interface. Check the section below to learn more about the API.
Instead of using Ethereum testnets like Ropsten or Kovab, Babylon Finance uses Hardhat chain for testing and local development.
Babylon Finance integrates with +15 DeFi protocols. Therefore creating a full-working deployment on testnests like Kovan or Ropsten is really cumbersome and prone to errors.
Hardhat lets you clone Ethereum Mainnet and run the clone on your local machine and then you can deploy contracts on top of your cllone.
That way you can build on top of mainnet with all its functionality and DeFi protocols with Ease.
You can view all the information required in our API docs.