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SaveTokens
The logic (aka implementation) contract that the SaveTokenFactory uses to generate new SaveTokens with new interest-bearing asset and insurance token pairings.
SaveTokens are tokens that wrap together an interest-bearing asset and a commensurate amount of insurance tokens to create what we call a "self-insured asset".
The SaveTokenFactory contract is a clone factory, which deploys clones of the SaveToken logic (aka implementation) contract.
The SaveToken smart contract provides an interface to the Adapter contracts that execute actions on the interest-generating protocol and the insurance protocol used in a given SaveToken flavor. This interface allows for the following core functionality:

mint

mint is the function called when a saver deposits into a type of SaveToken.
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function mint(uint256 amount) external returns (uint256)
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    parameter: amount, the number of SaveTokens to mint
    returns: the number of SaveTokens minted
    emits: Mint, an event for indexing the number of SaveTokens minted
    outcome: mints SaveTokens, which are owned by msg.sender

How mint works

    1.
    Determines the cost of the interest-bearing asset tokens
    2.
    Determines the cost of the insurance tokens
    3.
    Transfers the total amount of the underlying token (e.g., DAI, USDC, etc) necessary to mint the amount of SaveTokens
    4.
    Obtains the assetTokens and the insuranceTokens necessary to mint the amount of SaveTokens via the corresponding asset adapter (as registered in the SaveToken contract).
    5.
    Mints the amount of SaveTokens for msg.sender
    6.
    Updates balances
The caller of mint must first approve the SaveToken contract to transfer their underlying token (e.g., DAI, USDC, etc.).
The amount passed to mint may not always equal the final amount of SaveTokens minted. This is expected; it's due to very tiny discrepancies in the ways different interest-bearing asset and insurance token protocols round the amounts to mint. The difference is negligible (tiny fractions of a cent).

withdrawForUnderlyingAsset

withdrawForUnderlyingAsset allows users to unbundle their SaveTokens and receive the underlying asset in return.
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function withdrawForUnderlying(uint256 amount) external
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    parameter: amount, the number of SaveTokens to unbundle
    emits: WithdrawForUnderlyingAsset, an event for indexing the number of SaveTokens unbundled
    outcome: Transfers underlying tokens returned to the msg.sender

How withdrawForUnderlyingAsset works

    1.
    Withdraws the underlying token in exchange for the interest-bearing asset token via the corresponding asset adapter (as registered in the SaveToken contract)
    2.
    Exchanges the insurance token via the corresponding insurance adapter (as registered in the SaveToken contract) for the underlying token
    3.
    Transfers the underlying token balance to msg.sender
    4.
    Updates balances
    5.
    Burns the amount of SaveTokens equal to the amount of tokens that were unbundled

exerciseInsurance

exerciseInsurance allows users to exercise (aka make a claim on) their insurance, e.g. in case of an adverse financial event or a hack that reduces the value of the interest-bearing asset.
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function exerciseInsurance(uint256 amount) external
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    parameter: amount, the number of SaveTokens on which to exercise insurance
    emits: ExerciseInsurance, an event for indexing the number of SaveTokens in which insurance was exercised
    outcome: Transfers underlying balance returned from insurance protocol to msg.sender

How exerciseInsurance works

    1.
    The SaveToken contract will exercise its insurance tokens or make an insurance claim via the SaveToken's corresponding insurance adapter (as registered in the SaveToken contract) on the user's behalf
    2.
    Upon receiving the balance returned from exercising insurance, the SaveToken contract will transfer the balance to msg.sender
    3.
    Updates balances
    4.
    Burns the amount of SaveTokens equal to the amount of insurance tokens that were exercised

withdrawReward

withdrawReward allows users to withdraw all of the rewards tokens they've yielded through the corresponding interest-bearing asset protocol
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function withdrawReward() external returns (uint256)
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    emits: WithdrawReward, an event for indexing the number of reward tokens withdrawn
    returns: The amount of reward tokens withdrawn
    outcome: Transfers all rewards tokens yielded to msg.sender

How withdrawReward works

    1.
    Via the SaveToken's corresponding asset adapter (as registered in the SaveToken contract), the SaveToken contract will withdraw all of the rewards tokens they've yielded
    2.
    The asset adapter, using a Rewards Farmer proxy, will claim the rewards tokens and transfer them to msg.sender
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