Yam Finance (YAM), the latest fad in the crypto space, recently warned the public about a technical flaw affecting the ecosystem.
“We found a bug in the readjustment contract”, said the project in one Tweet 12. August. “”All funds in the participation agreement are secure as this is an unrelated part of the protocol, “the project added, noting that participants’ yam token holdings remain unchanged.
While the crypto boom in decentralized financing (DeFi) continues, something called “income farming” has come into the spotlight. Income farming is essentially the latest passive income craze in crypto. Yam has been the main talking point of recent times as the main event in field agriculture.
In contrast to many assets in the crypto room, Yam has a liquid supply of tokens in order to achieve stable value.According to Markt, previous reports were explained by Cointelegraph. The processes involve “Rebase” and yCRV, a stable yam coin.
“The new bases that follow the initial overflow will produce more YAM than expected,” said Yam Finance of the recently discovered flaw in one Tweet later. Other Tweets explained the bug fix proposed by the project, including setting a pass level 0.
The error found comes after a Tweet on August 11th by ShapeShift CEO and cryptocurrency expert Erik Voorhees, in which he labeled Yam a fraud. Yam remains the latest hype-driven speculative crypto bet with prices soaring.