Yield farming platform development - outsourcing company Boosty Labs
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Yield farming platform development

Yield farming is the process of generating additional profit (usually in the form of governance tokens) by users of DeFi-protocols for providing loans or obtaining loans, as well as for providing liquidity to decentralized exchanges (DEX). For a long time, the Boosty Labs team has been successfully involved in yield farming platform development. We are a world-class fintech and cloud engineering team with a solid background of practice that combines consulting, strategy, design and engineering at scale.

Ways to make money on yield farming


Earning interest through borrowing funds

Both obtaining and providing a loan involves placing the participant's funds in a liquidity pool, either as collateral or as a deposit. A farmer registers in a project that issues loans, and transfers funds to another user, who draws up an application for a loan on the condition of subsequent payment of interest. The farmer's income is the bonus tokens received along with the loan interest.


Liquidity mining

A liquidity pool is a smart contract on decentralized exchanges (DEX) based on automated market making (AMM) technology. During trading, the ratio of tokens in the pool changes, as does the price of tokens. The participant providing liquidity receives two types of coins: profitable LP-tokens, which serve as a share and confirmation that liquidity has been provided to the pool, and “burn out” in the blockchain when liquidity is withdrawn; and bonus DEX or DeFi-protocol tokens that reward activity. Farmers sell bonus tokens on the exchange in exchange for basic liquidity, which is again supplied to a specific pool, and bonus tokens are again credited to participants. Such manipulations are carried out as long as they remain profitable, overriding the trading commissions and fees of the Ethereum network.


Calculating profit from yield farming

Profit from yield farming is calculated in the form of annual interest, as in a bank. The most common metrics are Annual Percentage Rate (APR) and Annual Percentage Yield (APY). The difference between the two is that APR does not account for compounding. In this case, the accrual of compound interest means the direct reinvestment of income in order to obtain more profit.

Potential risks associated with yield farming

Errors and vulnerabilities in smart contracts

In the DeFi sector, many protocols are developed by small teams with limited budgets, which increases the risk of bugs and vulnerabilities in the code.

Withdrawing funds from liquidity pools

Any user of the DeFi platform can withdraw their liquidity from the market, except in those scenarios when it is blocked through a third party mechanism. In addition, in most cases, developers control large amounts of underlying assets and can easily dump these tokens on the market.

The threat of impermanent loss

AMMs operate on a permanent basis to determine the value of tokens in liquidity pools. Due to price changes in foreign markets, quotes in AMM may diverge from them, this is used by arbitrageurs. When withdrawing, liquidity providers may receive fewer tokens due to the risk of impermanent losses.

High Ethereum fees

High Ethereum fees can make yield farming-related transactions unprofitable.


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The yield farming platform is a web-based dashboard that allows a project that has launched its own token to popularize it by adding an additional incentive mechanism that encourages the user to stake tokens and receive additional rewards. How does it work? For a DeFi token to be successful, it must have certain locked liquidity on a centralized exchange. To ensure this, it is necessary to force liquidity providers to withdraw less token pairs from liquidity pools of centralized exchanges.

In view of this, mechanisms such as yield farming were invented. The model of work is as follows: you supply liquidity to the liquidity pool on the exchange. In return, the exchange issues and provides you with an LP token, which certifies your right to own part of the funds in the pool. Further, you stake this LP token in the yield farming dashboard of a specific project and receive additional rewards, along with the one that you receive as the owner of the LP token.

The reward is calculated in the native tokens of the project. For example, if it is SushiSwap, then their yield farming dashboard is provided by Sushi Coins. That is, the project rewards you with its tokens for staking their liquidity on a centralized exchange. Thus, the yield farming platform helps projects increase the size of their liquidity pools.



  • At this stage, we check the scope of work, we clarify the questions that we may have according to the logic of the application;
  • Prepare the roadmap of the deliverables.

Help with technical documentation

  • The technical side of contract work;
  • Docs with program blocks communication;
  • The logic of the rewards/payments.

Smart contracts development

  • Smart contracts for the token pools;
  • Smart contracts for the configuration of the platform, the timing of the events (open pools, harvest rewards);
  • Whitelist contracts.

Frontend development

  • Transaction creation of user side;
  • Connection to the web wallets;
  • Transaction message to the chain;
  • Get the data from the contracts and chain information.


  • Connecting the frontend of the platform to the chain. The frontend is able to create transactions, get the data from the chain, and store the data in the contacts.


  • After a first demo of the platform, the team receives feedback and edits and implements them.


  • Delivery of the platform via demo with full user flow and admin flow.

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