Qualifying access to products is a way to ensure that eligible individuals and entities are able to access appropriate products or services. This can be done for a variety of reasons, such as to protect the interests of the provider, to ensure that the product is being used by the intended audience, or to mitigate risk.
One example of qualifying access to products is a lending pool. A lending pool may only be accessed by accounts with an “Excellent” credit score. This is because the provider of the lending pool may want to minimize the risk of default on loans, and therefore only wants to provide loans to individuals or entities that have a proven track record of responsibly managing credit.
Another example is a yield aggregation protocol that may only offer specific pools to accounts with credit scores over 800. This is because the provider of the yield aggregation protocol may want to ensure that only the most financially stable individuals or entities are able to access the pools, which may have a higher risk.