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DAOstrat.C has proposed the deployment of Aave V3 on the Linea mainnet, following a successful testnet deployment. The proposal, which is in its early stages, outlines potential benefits to Aave, including the establishment of Aave markets and $GHO on Linea, and is set to be updated based on testnet results, community feedback, and further discussions.
The discussion primarily revolves around a proposal by DAOstrat.C for the deployment of Aave V3 on the Linea mainnet1. This proposal comes after a successful testnet deployment and is currently in its early stages, with the team expecting to progress discussions by mid-to-late August. Linea, a scalable L2 on top of Ethereum, is known for its successful projects in the zk space and is committed to decentralization and open-source contribution. The proposal suggests that Aave could benefit from Linea's distribution created by Consensy’s product suite, prioritizing User Experience (UX) to create seamless on-ramps and on-chain resources.
The proposal also outlines potential benefits to Aave, including the establishment of Aave markets and $GHO on Linea, being a Linea Launch Partner, and potential incentives for the protocol. However, the proposal is not final and will be updated as technical implementation strategies and recommendations become available. The team is currently working on decentralizing the prover and sequencer and has a tentative timeline to implement solutions over the next 12 months.
The next steps for the proposal include updating the proposal based on testnet deployment, gathering community feedback through a Temperature Check, proceeding to the ARFC stage for further discussion if the Temperature Check indicates positive sentiment, and finally, submitting the proposal as an AIP for voting and on-chain governance approval if the ARFC stage Snapshot is successful1. The proposal has received support from community members like 0xkeyrock.eth, who believes that both Aave and Linea would benefit from a deployment on Mainnet2.
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