Here is an example of a proposed SYN NFT allocations:

Blue Chips:

METIS - 40%

WETH - 35%

m.USDC - 25%


TETHYS - 20%

WAGMI - 20%

HERMES - 20%

NETT - 20%

HUM - 20%

A quick example of a user's journey with SYN NFTs.

Our user Joe is looking for a safe and easy way to hold blue chip tokens.

He mints a "Blue Chips" SYN NFT and funds it with $100 $m.USDC.

Upon minting, the platform creates a split position of: 60% staked tokens and 40% LP tokens to earn exchange fees and staking yield.

As an example, once the platform has done it's magic in this scenario, the SYN NFT now holds: 60% of available assets in:

  • $METIS in native staking (coming soon on Metis) earning 8% APY

  • $WETH paired with $m.USDC in LP and staked for 10% APY

40% of available assets in:

  • $METIS paired with $WETH in LP earning exchange fees

  • $METIS paired with $m.USDC in LP earning exchange fees

All of the above are auto-compounding the yield back into their respective positions.

Joe decides he wants to have bigger allocation to blue chips tokens in his portfolio.

He deposits $1000 $m.USDC into his existing SYN NFT and it gets dispersed into the above positions without any fuss, all handled by the Cerus platform. Now Joe has $1100 of deposited $m.USDC in his SYN NFT that is earning fees and yield and auto-compounding those gains.

Lastly.. Joe has a change of heart and wants to degen a bit, so he decides to close his blue chips positions and jump into Dexes.

Joe exits his Blue Chips SYN NFT which returns to him $m.USDC in total of the value of the assets in his positions + exchange fees + yield from staking - platform fees.

Joe mints a new SYN NFT for Dexes and funds it with his $m.USDC.

Suddenly in just a couple of clicks, Joe has jumped to a completely different narrative / portfolio allocations / staking and yield strategies. That agility and simplicity is at the heart of the great power of Cerus.

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