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Chaos Labs proposed and implemented aggressive changes to Aave V2 to encourage migration to Aave V3, including reducing the Liquidation Threshold (LT) and Loan-To-Value (LTV) for 16 collateral assets and increasing the Reserve Factors (RF). The changes put several accounts at risk of liquidation, with Chaos Labs providing regular updates on the affected accounts and their projected health scores.
The discussion primarily focused on a proposal by Chaos Labs to implement changes to Aave V2 to reduce capital efficiency and encourage migration to Aave V3. The proposed changes included reducing the Liquidation Threshold (LT) and Loan-To-Value (LTV) for 16 frozen collateral assets on Aave V2 Ethereum. Two options for the LT reduction were suggested: an aggressive approach and a moderate approach. The proposal also suggested increasing the Reserve Factors (RF) for all collateral assets on Aave V2 Ethereum.
A Snapshot for community voting was announced by Chaos Labs, with the aggressive approach to reducing the LT favored by the majority of voters. Consequently, Chaos Labs proceeded with the aggressive approach and implemented the changes on-chain. The affected accounts were notified and given a grace period to adjust their positions to avoid liquidation. WintermuteGovernance expressed support for the aggressive changes, noting that there wasn't a significant difference between 'value liquidated' across aggressive and moderate options.
Chaos Labs later reevaluated the proposal and recommended reductions in Loan-to-Value (LT) ratios for various assets based on user positions and current market conditions. The total value liquidated under these recommendations was $8,320 across 24 accounts. These recommendations were more conservative than the previously voted "Aggressive" option. ChaosLabs intended to move directly to AIP, unless there were community objections. LINK and DPI were omitted from this proposal to avoid putting larger positions at risk of liquidation.
In conclusion, the aggressive approach to reducing the LT was implemented, and the affected accounts were given a grace period to adjust their positions to avoid liquidation. ChaosLabs announced the publication of AIP-315, with voting set to commence in less than 24 hours. They thanked everyone in advance for their participation in the vote. ChaosLabs also reported that 33 accounts, totaling approximately $13.6K, are at risk of liquidation due to the proposed changes. They provided a link to a sheet containing a full list of these accounts and their projected health scores, given the updated LTs.
ChaosLabs provided an update that 27 total accounts, amounting to approximately $6.5K, are at risk of liquidation following proposed changes. The full list of these accounts and their projected health score, given the updated LTs, can be found in the mentioned sheet. ChaosLabs has reported that 35 accounts, totaling approximately $15.75K, are at risk of liquidation due to proposed changes. The specific accounts and their projected health scores, based on updated LTs, are detailed in a provided sheet. ChaosLabs reported that 32 accounts, totaling approximately $5.3K, are at risk of liquidation due to proposed changes. A full list of these accounts and their projected health scores, considering the updated LTs, has been provided in a linked sheet13.
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