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Pauljlei has announced a risk management dashboard for Aave V3's largest market, Avalanche, with support for asset listings and ad hoc requests across all Aave V3 markets. The team is prioritizing new market integration, with a detailed timeline provided for various markets, and is also developing QA data outputs for e-mode and isolation mode.
Pauljlei has announced the introduction of a risk management dashboard for Aave V3's largest market, Avalanche. This development will facilitate support for asset listings and ad hoc requests across all Aave V3 markets. The completion of the remaining simulation instances and dashboards for all markets is anticipated by March 2023. The sequence of the remaining V3 dashboard launches will be determined by TVL and will initially mirror Gauntlet dashboards for other markets, with additional parameters being incorporated into the existing collateral asset pages1.
The next release will feature a new page with data for e-Mode pools. This will offer insights into the relative price volatility of assets within the pool, VaR and LaR, and correlation matrices1. The team is prioritizing the integration of new markets over new features, based on community feedback. They are also ready to support new markets, provide risk modeling for key market events, and respond to parameter change proposals1.
A detailed timeline for the integration of various markets has been provided, with v3 AVAX, Aave Arc, and v2 ETH already live. The v3 ETH market is expected to launch soon, with dynamic risk parameters available 6 weeks post-launch. The v3 Optimism, v3 Polygon, v3 Arbitrum, v2 Polygon, and v2 AVAX markets are also in the pipeline for integration1. The team is concurrently working on QA data outputs for e-mode and isolation mode, with a release expected in the coming weeks, and building out the simulations instances for the V3 Optimism market1.
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