dForce is supporting the creation of a full suite of DeFi protocols covering assets, lending, trading, staking, and bridging, serving as the DeFi infrastructure on Web3. dForce DAO is a community-driven project, with major community-driven protocol changes jointly decided by DF token holders through governance. USX stablecoin
USX is the most important DeFi primitive within the dForce protocol matrix. As a decentralized and algorithmic stablecoin, USX implements a dual model (pool-based and vault-based) with a hybrid interest rate policy, making it highly efficient and flexible to back collateral of different risk profiles in isolation. USX is powered by protocol-controlled liquidity to facilitate protocol-to-protocol integrations, as well as a cross-chain bridge that allows users to move USX across supported blockchains with zero slippage and unlimited limits. d Loan strength
dForce Lending is a pool-based multilateral lending protocol that supports multiple collateral with a dynamic, market-driven interest rate model. dForce Lending has undergone extensive code reviews and security audits by Trail of Bits, ConsenSys Diligence, CertiK, Certora (formal verification), with a bug bounty released through Immunefi. dForce Lending has been implemented for more than 1 year and is well proven in battle
dForce features a hybrid model that includes both Free Staking and Lock-up Staking. Staking opens up a new approach for DF token holders to earn fee income through the dForce network. Participants in Free Staking can cancel participation at any time, while those who participate in Lock-up Staking will get a higher return and voting power. Also, most of the DF purchased on the secondary market will be rewarded to participants in Lock-up Staking. Force Trade
Peer-to-peer market with aggregate liquidity on different platforms at the best price
A cross-chain link tool that facilitates the low-cost and instant transfer of USX and DF across all supported L2 and blockchains.