Tadpole Finance Overview

Getting started#

These docs are a comprehensive guide to Tadpole Finance. The protocol codebase is hosted on Github and maintained by the community.

You can use the saving & lending platform at app.tadpole.finance. Currently, Tadpole smart contracts were deployed in the Binance Smart Chain network. You can save your BEP20 tokens and get interest or borrow available BEP20 tokens you want while using another token as a collateral. In addition, everyone can also add any BEP20 token by paying some TAD Token as the listing fee. Let’s join the next level of decentralized saving and lending system which more transparent, immutable, and open for everyone!

To keep up with the latest news, join our telegram channel at t.me/TadpoleFinanceChannel and discuss with the Tadpole community at t.me/TadpoleFinance


Tadpole Finance is an open source platform providing decentralized finance services for saving and lending. Tadpole Finance creates a more open lending market, where users can make deposits and loans with any ERC-20 tokens on the Ethereum network.

Tadpole Finance is a DeFi lending protocol. In more technical terms, it's an algorithmic money market protocol. You could think of it as an open marketplace for money. It lets users deposit cryptocurrencies and earn interest, or borrow other cryptoassets against them. It uses smart contracts that automate the storage and management of the capital being added to the platform.

What distinguishes Tadpole from other DeFi projects is that anyone can register any ERC-20 token with Tadpole into the lending protocol. Once a token is registered on the market, people can send some deposits into the protocol to earn interest or borrow the token by placing certain collateral and paying some interest.

TAD Token#

TAD is an ERC-20 token used for governing and paying listing fees in Tadpole Finance. Total supply of TAD is 1,000,000 TAD. Distributed through various programs: Genesis Mining, Liquidity Mining and Developer Rewards. To learn more, read the TAD Token Documentation