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Claiming Rewards from Lending Out Your Assets
Claiming Rewards from Lending Out Your Assets

Learn how to claim the rewards you've earned from lending out your assets

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Written by Max Ball
Updated over a week ago

By lending out your assets, whether property tokens or USDC, you receive rewards (yield) which you can claim anytime.

As other users make transactions using the new Market order option, they end up paying more fees than with Limit orders. The extra fees are given directly to users who loaned out assets to the liquidity pool. This is where your yield, or income, is derived from via lending.

You will be given a pro-rata share of the fees generated based on how much liquidity you’ve contributed to the liquidity pool relative to other users.

Navigate to the “Account” page to view and claim your accrued rewards. You will have to manually claim these rewards or else they stay locked in the smart contract. Once you claim your rewards, you can choose to do whatever you'd like with the funds.

You can choose to re-stake the rewards to compound your earnings over time, or you can use it to buy more real estate.

Compounding your returns is not currently automated. As a result, the APY values you see do not factor in compounding. If you want to, you will need to manually claim your rewards each day, then re-lend out those rewards in order to “compound” your returns.

If you do this, you may earn more than the APY values shown to you overtime depending on market conditions.

The APY value shown to you in your account dashboard is the aggregated APY you’ve earned in total from staking. This means if you stake double-sided (property tokens & USDC), you see your aggregated APY for lending out both assets.

Rewards are only paid out as USDC, as the fees people pay to the pool for trading with the Proactive Market Maker (PMM) is paid in USDC.

USDC and property tokens can have different rates based on the supply and demand of trading and how many assets are loaned out respectively on each side of the pool.

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