Product Rebrand Proposal
Today I would love to present the community with a proposal that I believe will be a huge step forward for the Yam Finance ecosystem.
As we all know the DAO is currently working on three core products;
Degenerative Finance Synthetics,
DAO House treasury management.
Yam Finance is putting itself on the map as a DeFi powerhouse, a collective of incentivized participants united by the YAM token and a shared set of values.
Today we’re aiming to take that unifying force to the next level by bringing product branding inline with the YAM token we all love.
If the community agrees with this proposal products will be rebranded as:
With this milestone we will recenter all Yam DAO products, putting the YAM token at the heart of everything we do. The core message of the DAO will be strengthened, and all products will benefit from this renewed clarity.
The rebrand would be followed by a revised tokenomics model that will see YAM move far beyond a governance token, (more details to be announced soon).
The core team are deeply committed to growing out a powerful DAO of economically incentivized participants, and this update would be a significant step on the road towards that goal.
Love the existing branding? Don’t worry! We’re endeavoring to keep the essence of the existing brand intact, using zombies, umbrella and house emojis as visual motifs.
With this significant update to our product line we are also revising our release estimations. Yam Synths (previously Degenerative.finance V2) is now estimated to launch mid May. Yam Protection work is ongoing, and will not be launched until a fair arbitration layer has been thoroughly tested.
Yam Synths Preview
Yam Protection Preview
Community Call Wed 5th 5PM UTC: Yam Synths Preview
Interested in learning more? There’s going to be a full presentation and open workshop on this week’s community call, including a sneak peak at upcoming synthetics! Make sure not to miss it! If you’re unable to attend the full streaming of the event will be available on YouTube as always.
Should we rebrand Yam products?