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The proposal by Llamaxyz to add CRV to the Ethereum v3 Liquidity Pool on Aave received substantial community support and passed peer review, with adjustments suggested by Pauljlei from Gauntlet for updated market conditions. The proposal is now ready to be presented as an AIP, potentially incentivizing the Safety Module and boosting the adoption of GHO, a new staked aToken by Aave.
The discussion began with a proposal by Llamaxyz to add CRV to the Ethereum v3 Liquidity Pool on Aave, suggesting that CRV could be a strategic asset for Aave. The proposal also included a detailed specification for the CRV listing, including risk parameters and contract address1. Pauljlei from Gauntlet was asked to comment on the proposal, and they responded that they were re-evaluating the parameters in accordance with updated market conditions3. Rudy expressed support for the proposal, while MarcZeller questioned the use of non-rounded numbers in AIPs but still expressed support for the proposal 4,5.
Pauljlei from Gauntlet later recommended updating the borrow caps and supply caps due to updated market conditions and suggested changing the Liquidation Bonus (LB)6. Following this, Llamaxyz announced the progression of the proposal to Snapshot for voting7. After the Snapshot vote, Llamaxyz reported overwhelming support for adding CRV to Ethereum v3 and stated that they would begin preparing the AIP for vote8. The proposal to add CRV to Ethereum v3 later passed the peer review stage and was confirmed to be presented as an AIP to the community by Llamaxyz9.
In conclusion, the proposal to add CRV to the Ethereum v3 Liquidity Pool on Aave received significant support from the community and passed the peer review stage. The proposal is now set to be presented as an AIP to the community. This development could potentially incentivize the Safety Module in the long term and boost the adoption of GHO, a new staked aToken being developed by Aave.
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Last updated 09/12 13:52