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Gauntlet is preparing to support and suggest changes to Aave's interest rate parameters to maximize revenue and reserves without increasing protocol risk. The first set of recommendations, focusing on stablecoin markets, is expected by November 21st, and the community is optimistic about the proposal's approval in a governance vote.
The community has been buzzing with the news that Gauntlet is gearing up to support interest rate parameters, with the goal of recommending modifications to Aave's interest rate parameters. This initiative, announced by Pauljlei, is aimed at maximizing revenue and reserves without escalating protocol risk1. The interest rate model is a delicate balance between borrowers and suppliers, with the interest rate being a function of utilization. Aave's interest rate algorithm employs a two-part linear function with four adjustable parameters, which has proven effective at maintaining utilization, incentivizing suppliers, and building reserves. However, the equilibrium between borrowers and suppliers is intricate and influenced by various feedback loops, making the impact of altering interest rate parameters potentially unpredictable.
Gauntlet has set a target date of November 21st to deliver its first set of recommendations, with a focus on stablecoin markets1. This announcement has been met with positive feedback from the community, with Kene_StableLab commending the Gauntlet team's efforts and expressing optimism that the proposal will garner the necessary backing when it transitions to a governance vote2. This development signifies a proactive approach towards optimizing the Aave protocol, and the community eagerly awaits the outcome of Gauntlet's recommendations and the subsequent governance vote.
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