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Yield App Launches Mobile App to Make Digital Asset Management Easier

Yield App Launches Mobile App to Make Digital Asset Management Easier

Global fintech company and digital wealth management platform, Yield App has launched its mobile application to make digital wealth management easier for its over 80,000 users. The company is launching the app for both Android and iOS users in a bid to make digital asset earning opportunities available to everyone at all times.

Customers can seamlessly manage their digital portfolios with the new app which has the same user-friendliness as the website. It also has simpler login options, such as fingerprint or face ID, which gives users access to their portfolios in seconds.

Users can now perform all actions available on the website, such as earning, staking, locking, or converting assets, right on the app. 

“We are thrilled to unveil this new addition to our product suite, providing our customers with all the tools necessary to achieve financial freedom. This is an exciting milestone in our journey to become everyone’s trusted digital wealth partner,” Yield App CEO Tim Frost says. “Our brand new mobile app makes it easier than ever for Yield App customers to earn on their digital assets. With just a couple of clicks, they can access their portfolios anytime, from anywhere in the world with an internet connection” he added.

At its core, Yield App is a digital platform that allows users to earn yields on their digital assets. By deploying their assets on the app, users can earn passive income on their stablecoins, BTC, and ETH which compounds daily. The platform also uses its YLD token to reward loyal community members with higher yields as they stake or lock the token.

Yield App had over 80,000 users at its launch in February 2022 and $500 million in managed assets.

Handling different logic with Chainlink VRF

I’m trying to use chainlink VRF to handle different logic. In essence, I want the fulfill random words to do something depending on the function that made the request. E.g uint256 public A; uint256 public B; function doLogicA() public{ //Makes a request for a random number } function doLogicB() public{ //Also makes a request for::Listen

I’m trying to use chainlink VRF to handle different logic. In essence, I want the fulfill random words to do something depending on the function that made the request.

E.g

  uint256 public A;  uint256 public B;   function doLogicA() public{    //Makes a request for a random number   }   function doLogicB() public{    //Also makes a request for a random number  }   function fulfillRandomWords() internal override(requestId, randomWords){   // If dologicB made the request update storage variable B  // If dologicA made the request update storage variable A } ' 

My thoughts on this is probably to use a mapping to keep track of which function made the request with a functionId(a hash or uint256) with the request Id given to us from the request E.g

mapping(uint256 => uint256) public requestIdToFunctionId; 

Then in the fulfillRandomWords we could have some if logics E.g Let’s take doLogicB function Id to be 1 and dologicA 2.(Hashing their names would probably be better). Our fulfillRandomWords function could look like this?

function fulfillRandomWords (requestId, randomWords ) internal override {  If(requestIdToFunctionId [requestId] == 1){    //Do logic B  }  If(requestIdToFunctionId [requestId] == 2){    //Do logic A  } } 

It’s a bit tedious especially if we’re gonna keep track of individual users or tokenId’s but I think it’s doable with a nonce. Then we’d have mappings of requestId to FunctionId to user to nonce. Lol! Awesome! But I wanted to know if there was a better way of doing this. P.s I apologize if I wasn’t so clear on the question, I’m on the road. It popped in my head. Didn’t want it to leave!

Yield App Launches Mobile App to Make Digital Asset Management Easier

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