Olympus Pro — Introducing the Non-Fungible Thanksgiving Cohort


This cohort we’re entering the metaverse! Our Non-Fungible Thanksgiving Cohort features projects pushing the boundaries in the NFT space and is onboarding Blackpool, DivineDAO, and Botto to Olympus Pro.

What Is Olympus Pro?

Olympus Pro is a service for protocols looking to supplement liquidity mining in their emissions programs with low overhead and maximum impact. Through the bonding service, these protocols accumulate the crucial infrastructural liquidity that they generally service via liquidity mining. Instead of renting that liquidity (often at astronomical interest rates), they simply purchase it, turning a value-draining perpetual expense into revenue-producing assets that facilitate the functionality of the rest of the platform.

Our team provides infrastructure, expertise, and exposure to a vibrant marketplace. Projects only need to bring their token and an objective. Since the launch of Olympus Pro, OP bonds have captured >$15.8m in liquidity for our partners.

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Blackpool (BPT-ETH, ETH) — Bonds go live on Nov 25th

Blackpool is a new type of decentralized NFT fund that manages a range of assets from sports cards to game items to digital art. Bonders will be able to earn their governance token BPT.

Website | Twitter

DivineDAO (DIVINE-ETH) — Bonds go live on Nov 27th

DivineDAO is a community DAO for Loot Project that aims to build more effective infrastructure and a focused community around Loot. Bonders will earn their governance token DIVINE.

Website | Twitter

Botto (BOTTO-ETH) — Bonds go live on Nov 28

Botto is a decentralized artist that generates art based on community feedback. Bonders will be able to earn their governance token BOTTO.

Website | Twitter

About Olympus

Olympus is a decentralized financial reserve that provides sustainable compounding interest through its community-owned and protected treasury.

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