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- Should I interact with the contract directly? NO, please use the website and ask for help in #support channel in Harvest Discord.
- Who is the Harvest team? The Harvest Finance launch team is anonymous
- I deposited into a Pool for a few hours but still have no yield. Why? While FARM emissions start accruing immediately after depositing, yields from farmed tokens come after a successful doHardWork(). Profitability analysis is done on when to run the doHardWork() function. Please take a look at Vault info and APY calculations for more context.
- What happens to the other 70% of yield farming revenue? It is used as rewards for depositors, supplying liquidity on DEXs, and anything else that helps support the FARM ecosystem.
- What is iFARM? iFARM is the interest bearing FARM token, it works as FARM staked in the profit share and it's main advantages is a lower gas cost, transferability and possible future new utilities like lending collateralization as an exemple.
- Why does the Profitshare APY go up and down? There are many reasons why APY goes up and down, it may be sometimes due to governance decisions on incentives like the amount of emissions directed to profit share, fundamental tokenomics dynamics as the 4% emission reduction every week, or even swings in price of FARM token can deviate the short term APY%. Market volume in LP assets farmed can also have an impact in the APY movement as a high volume generally in a LP position captures more fees driving up the APY.
- The performance fee from profit share is charged from the APY in farms shown in the front page? No. The APY shown on the front page already reflects any performance fee reduction.
- Why is the fee to deposit and withdraw stablecoins so high? In some cases, withdrawing must remove stablecoins from yield farming strategies; come back later for lower fees
- How can I tell that the Harvest fStablecoins are changing in value due to yield farming? Look at the fDAI, fUSDC, or fUSDT contracts. The value that converts from fTokens to tokens is
getPricePerFullShare. This has the same number of decimals as the underlying stablecoin and will increase over time if yield farming is profitable.