Saw this tweet yesterday from this project called Stacker Ventures: [https://twitter.com/StackerVentures/status/1410611087947427849](https://twitter.com/StackerVentures/status/1410611087947427849) They don’t have the highest yields, but the strategy seems well thought out.
From their docs: “The idea is to pool capital in a decentralized fund, which is invests in strategies by a Managing Farmer. While the Managing Farmer can make decisions as to what strategies these funds are invested in, these strategies must adhere to a whitelist managed by STACK holders. Similar to Fund 1, all assets will remain within the fund contract, meaning the Managing Farmer never takes custody of any assets. These funds are rolling/open-end, allowing investors to withdraw their capital when they wish. Through the use of a rebalance token, ownership in the fund is tracked, and yield sold for the base currency (i.e. ETH) during a weekly rebalance, increasing investors’ balances.”
Seems like there’s a system of checks and balances in place, and their smart contracts were audited by Haechi. What do you guys think?