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The GHO Analytics dashboard by TokenLogic, providing live GHO data and custom simulations, has been positively received for its insights into GHO's performance and API feeds, despite some criticism for outdated data and feature requests. TokenLogic has shown responsiveness to feedback, implementing new features like Borrow Rate overviews and planning to add more detailed GHO liquidity performance and revenue data.
What is this about? The topic revolves around the GHO Analytics dashboard, a platform developed by TokenLogic for GHO Analysis. The dashboard provides live GHO data and runs customised simulations, aiming to facilitate the integration of GHO data across DeFi. It offers insights into GHO’s performance and API feeds, and users can submit requests for analysis/API feeds, which the TokenLogic team will develop and incorporate into the dashboard1. The dashboard has been updated with new features, including a comprehensive overview of the Borrow Rate range over time, and plans to introduce Borrow Rates for all major stable coins on the Aave Protocol and other major Protocols16.
How is the community reacting? The community has generally reacted positively to the GHO Analytics dashboard. Users have praised the dashboard as awesome and very useful13. However, there have been suggestions for improvements. EzR3aL pointed out that the data displayed was outdated and suggested displaying the fees GHO collects into the treasury 3,5. MrKris proposed additional features such as displaying the largest borrowing positions and the number of borrowers over time6. TokenLogic has been responsive to these suggestions, announcing the publication of initial features tracking GHO's liquidity on the dashboard and plans to add more granular details on GHO liquidity performance and GHO revenue to the DAO7. They also confirmed that they had added the 20 largest borrowing positions and facilitator utilisation to the dashboard and plan to incorporate more of MrKris's ideas and to add revenue to the DAO in the next update11.
Why this is positive? The GHO Analytics dashboard is a positive development as it provides a comprehensive platform for GHO Analysis, offering insights into GHO’s performance and API feeds. The dashboard has been praised for its usefulness and the team's responsiveness to user feedback. The introduction of new features and enhancements, including a comprehensive overview of the Borrow Rate range over time, is also a positive step towards improving the platform16.
Why this is negative? The negative aspects of the discussion revolve around the outdated data displayed on the dashboard and the need for additional features. EzR3aL pointed out that the data displayed was outdated and suggested displaying the fees GHO collects into the treasury 3,5. MrKris proposed additional features such as displaying the largest borrowing positions and the number of borrowers over time6. However, TokenLogic has been responsive to these suggestions and has plans to incorporate these features in future updates 7,11.
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