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Getting started as a Lender on TrueFi

Why lend on TrueFi?

Transactions on TrueFi infrastructure are transparent and publicly auditable, enabling lenders to track every dollar (or token) lent and borrowed, as well as the status and structure of every loan.
Lending opportunities on TrueFi span strategies across multiple sectors and various risk/return profiles.
TrueFi partner Archblock can help institutional lenders interact with TrueFi. For more info, visit

How does lending on TrueFi work?

TrueFi's smart contract infrastructure helps lenders, managers, and borrowers interact transparently and seamlessly.
For lenders, the process is as follows:
  1. 1.
    Find opportunities via
  2. 2.
    Onboard / KYC (if necessary)
  3. 3.
    Lend funds with instant settlement 24/7
  4. 4.
    Monitor activity & track returns
  5. 5.
    Redeem / Withdraw funds when liquidity is available

How do I learn about portfolio managers on TrueFi?

Portfolio Managers ("PMs") are onboarded through TrueFi governance. You can find additional links here with more information on current PMs.
For the most up-to-date information on PMs, please see the TrueFi app for a list of active managers and links to their materials.

What types of activity does TrueFi support?

TrueFi smart contracts support multiple structures for various market participants.
  • Credit Vaults enable unitranche and multi-tranche deals that can support a variety of lender risk/return profiles.
  • Lines of Credit enable borrowers to source capital directly from lenders.

What are the fees for using TrueFi contracts?

Pools pay a protocol fee to the TrueFi DAO treasury and an optional fee to the portfolio's manager.
The protocol fee is 50 basis points (0.50%) per annum, accrued continuously and paid periodically by the portfolio smart contract. Read more here for more detail and to see an example.
Fees are listed on each portfolio in the TrueFi app.

Are TrueFi contracts ERC-4626 compliant?

Yes! TrueFi pools follow ERC-4626 standards.