LevF is an Ethereum based DeFi protocol that bridges the risk limitations and the capital limitations of DeFi participants, creating additional opportunities for both.
It is a same-asset supply and borrowing solution that addresses liquidity issues for Yield Farmers and low return issues for Liquidity Holders.

Problems Levf Finance address:

‌‌1. Risk-averse crypto asset holders usually have sub-optimal returns on holdings. Liquidity Providers on Levf can receive much higher returns and utility on their investments by allocating them to interest-bearing Treasury Pool with no lock-in period.
‌‌2. Yield Farmers are looking for high Annual Percentage Yield. Those with capital limitations can access capital on Levf to leverage up on cross-protocols farming strategies. They pay interest for borrowing to increase their APY.
‌‌3. Per transaction cost (gas fee) is a barrier to entry for new participants. The leverage provided by Levf allows new participants with low capital to enter the field, where they were previously inhibited due to gas fee per transaction greatly reducing their APY on a small investment.

Concept at a quick glance

A myriad of products and services have emerged since the taking off of the Decentralised Finance scene. To capture LevF Finance in a simple picture:
At the fundamental level, Levf Finance functions like a traditional bank with its matching of depositors and borrowers.