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Llamaxyz proposed the creation of a $2.5M per year Excessive Debt Facility (EDF) for Aave to streamline the management of excessive debt, which was well-received by the community. The EDF would cover several Aave deployments, be managed by the service provider Llama, and the execution process would include an ARFC forum post, review and approval by Llamaxyz, payload submission to BGD for peer review, and submission of an AIP or payload to the Guardian.
The discussion revolved around the proposal by Llamaxyz for the creation of an Excessive Debt Facility (EDF) for Aave, with a budget of $2.5M per calendar year. The EDF would allow contributors to repay excessive debt of $5,000 or more per wallet on approved Aave deployments without needing to create Snapshot votes for each individual instance. The proposal aims to streamline how Aave manages events leading to excessive debt accumulation within the protocol. The EDF would be managed by the service provider, currently Llama, and would cover several Aave Deployments including Ethereum v3, Ethereum v2, Polygon v3, Avalanche v3, Optimism v3, and Arbitrum v3.
The execution process for the EDF includes an ARFC forum post, review and approval by Llamaxyz, payload submission to BGD for peer review, and submission of an AIP or payload to the Guardian where cross-chain infrastructure is not yet implemented. Llamaxyz, with support from Bgdlabs, will develop a template to facilitate standardisation and ease of implementation. The proposal also suggests that the funds for the EDF should be held in the existing contracts, specifically in aTokens on various v3 deployments.
The discussion saw support from Oneski22, who emphasized the importance of the solvency of the Aave Protocol and suggested not limiting the types of tokens used. WintermuteGovernance supported the EDF and suggested that if Excessive Debt was incurred in certain tokens, another asset should be swapped and used to repay the excessive debt. Float agreed with the idea of retaining a percentage of the $2.5M every year such that the EDF can grow over time. The proposal was also supported by Fig, who agreed with the direction of streaming, allowing for Risk Managers to become more actionable and ease the governance overhead.
In conclusion, the proposal for the creation of an Excessive Debt Facility for Aave was well-received, with several suggestions for its implementation and management. The community appears to be in favor of the proposal, recognizing its potential to streamline the management of excessive debt within the Aave protocol.
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