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YieldWolf is a new yield aggregator project in Polygon mainnet that utilizes a master contract, YieldWolf, which delegates user funds to different strategies to earn a corresponding protocol’s reward tokens and automatically compounds user stakes for optimal income. Currently, there are over 132 strategies deployed under the master contract and is split into the following supported protocols: DinoSwap, Sushi, PolyPup, JetSwap, ApeSwap, PolyQuail, PolyWise. Source code of the 132 deployed strategies matches the code audited by Paladin at time of review, users are still encouraged to triple check current and all future strategies. Some points that could be of interest to users:
- ✅ Paladin audit seems to have covered most of the potential hard-rug risks or funds being stuck
- ✅ Max deposit, withdrawal, rule execution fee, and performance fee of 5%
- ✅ Correctly accounts for transfer tax tokens, and 3rd party deposit fees.
- Current setup: 0% deposit fee, 0.5% withdraw fee, 1% performance fee, 2% rule fee.
- Earn function can be called by anyone to earn a portion of the performance fee and rule fee (max of 100%). Current setup of the bounty is 10% of performance fee, and 50% of rule fee.
- Emergency withdraw is available for users, however, this just calls the withdraw function without the rewards.
- Added a function to their master contract to integrate rules (user’s smart contract containing custom logic) to the project’s vaults.
A call between one of our admins, one of our reviewers, and the dev/owner was arranged by our team. The dev/owner introduced himself and said that he’s the person behind the project. We asked him to confirm his identity with a passport, and he produced it. The image on the license bears a strong resemblance to his person.
We asked him to confirm that he is the only person who has access to the developer wallet that deployed the contracts, and he confirmed it verbally and also by sending a transaction to the brand from the wallet. All of this was recorded and the developer also shared his screen during the entire transaction process.
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