4. Protocol
A token based protocol based on EVM-compatible networks, with a first implementation in Polygon.

4.1. Protocol Overview

Our token protocol is deployed (at first) over the Polygon Network, an Ethereum sidechain. We'll detail in this section the workflow protocol.

4.2. Liquidity Pool (SushiSwap)

The first Liquidity Pool for the TUT token is running on SushiSwap. Users can swap BTC to get TUT tokens and vice versa. Also, TUT holders can deposit TUT and BTC in order to provide liquidity to the pool and earn fees as liquidity providers. More details about the Liquidity Pool are explained later in this document.

4.3. FC2 (Fund for Content Creators)

The FC2 is a TUT token based bank. Content creators (Teachers) can borrow money so they can create better content, which will be their collateral for the credit line. Token holders can stake their TUT tokens in the FC2, providing liquidity for the credit lines while earning the interest generated by the content.
In v1 the Staking contract is just a more simple contract, described before. In v2 we'll add this new contract.

4.4. Farming Vault

The farming vault is promoted by Tutellus. It is made in order to reward Liquidity Providers of the Liquidity Pool that trust in our protocol. They have to stake their LP tokens as proof of deposit to get farming rewards.

4.5. Rewards Pool

Rewards are distributed to users who are contributing to the protocol by Farming (farming vault), Staking (FC2) and also to users in the educative platform that are learning and helping others to learn. There are two main fields, one for DeFi users and another for any user that interacts with our platform.

4.7. Tutellus Oracle

Tutellus Oracle is the name of the system that will be interacting with our Smart Contracts. These applications are immutable and Tutellus will be providing important information to them, as teacher histories and user interactions in Tutellus.