๐ŸŸขGreen Planet

"Grow your monetary energy by lending & borrowing""

What Is Green Planet?

Green Planet is an incentivized, non-custodial lending protocol for earning interest on deposits and borrowing assets.

What Makes Green Planet Different?

Green Planet is the first decentralized lending protocol to offer discount levels on lending & borrowing, by using the GAMMA utility token.

GAMMA is distributed to suppliers & borrowers enabling anyone to earn on their crypto, every 3 seconds. All loans taken by borrowers are over collateralized ensuring that thereโ€™s always capital in the protocol to protect the lenderโ€™s funds.

GAMMA is a non-inflationary token with actual utility.

Use Cases For Green Planet

  • Lend your crypto & start earning instantly

  • Why sell your crypto when you can borrow against it & use it

  • Create higher yield farming opportunities across the planets

  • Earn a yield in a bull market, bear market, flat market

  • Permissionless lending & borrowing

  • You hold your keys, you remain in control

  • Diversify your risk


Lending on the Green Planet enables you to put your crypto work. While borrowers are borrowing your crypto, they're paying rolling interest. This interest is paid directly to you as the lender for the privilege of using your funds.

More savvy defi users use lending as part of their strategy to both de-risk and leverage up.

Rolling Interest

Rolling interest is an absolute game-changer for the user experience of lending. Historically payments to lenders were made monthly, quarterly, yearly and sometimes not at all. It's a slow grind and very uneventful.

On Planet Finance your yield earned from lending your funds drips in, in real-time.

Collateral & Borrowing

Lending your funds on the Green Planet increases your supply balance. This supply balance is your collateral. Having collateral on Green Planet allows you to borrow cryptocurrency on the open market. When you borrow crypto, the amount you borrowed and need to payback to free up your collateral, will slowly increase at the current APY you're paying to borrow the funds.

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