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Use cases
Possible cross-L2 cases
LP Migration Problem: Liquidity providers (LPs) provide liquidity for a certain token to earn rewards. They may want to move their position from a pool on one protocol on one chain, say Uniswap on Ethereum, to another pool on the same protocol, but on a different chain that ensures lower fees, say Uniswap on Polygon. Following traditional procedures, these LPs would have to close their position after withdrawing liquidity from that pool on that protocol, swap their tokens into the desired tokens following the intermediate steps described above, and open a new liquidity position on the new chain. Solution: With Via, LPs can directly migrate their liquidity from Uniswap Ethereum to Uniswap Polygon pool without any intermediate step.
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Borrowing Money
Problem: When users start exploring a new chain ecosystem, they might not have assets on it. Therefore, if they wanted to borrow money to get started with investments and other activities, they would have to take funds from other chains, swap them and deposit them onto the desired chain.
Solution: With VIA, having funds on Ethereum means users can automatically have funds on Polygon, Solana, or other chains. They could then take a loan on one chain using collateral from another chain, and use that loan to repay interests on a third chain. All chains, and assets deposited on them, are automatically interconnected.
Yep, thats ponzi scheme:D
Multi Chain Farming Problem: Users are generally constrained to one single chain when yield farming, even when using a yield aggregator. Solution: VIA’s smart contract can find the highest APYs across multiple chains and automatically move assets on that chains, letting users farm yields on the highest APY aggregator protocol across multiple chains. As a result, users can effortlessly get the best returns on their investment without even realizing they are moving their assets across chains.
When you realised that cross chain yields strategies are more profitable than single chain.
Your assets are cross-chain! Case: An Avalanche user realized that he needed to transfer all his assets to Fantom for higher APR needs to do this complicated scheme: leave starting App -> Find the best bridge among all bridge protocols -> bridge assets to Fantom -> and finally get to the App and deposit With VIA: Our dApp is created because the user doesn't have to search for the possible options on his own. The user doesn't even realize that all his assets are already cross-chain in our dApp. He can bridge and deposit his assets into another app, without even knowing that his assets just bridge over on the other chain. So that means that your assets are In-App bridge ready, true cross-chain experience via VIA Protocol. Heh.
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