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The Aave Risk Framework Committee (ARFC) has proposed to continue the TUSD offboarding plan from Aave V2, involving a decrease in the Liquidation Threshold (LT) from 75% to 65%. The proposal, supported by several users, could lead to the liquidation of 5 accounts and affect a large $530k WETH borrower, with the borrow rate expected to more than double; the next steps include community feedback and potential escalation to the Aave Improvement Proposal (AIP) stage.
The Aave Risk Framework Committee (ARFC) has proposed the continuation of the TUSD offboarding plan from Aave V2, which is part of a broader strategy to offboard stablecoins from the Aave V2 market. The proposal involves adjusting the risk parameters for TUSD on Aave V2, with the most significant change being a decrease in the Liquidation Threshold (LT) from 75% to 65%. This proposal has garnered support from several users, including EzR3aL, TokenLogic, 0xkeyrock.eth, and [Gauntlet.
@Gauntlet) has also provided an analysis of the potential impact of these changes. The analysis suggests that the reduction in LT may result in the liquidation of 5 accounts with approximately $800 in borrow. However, given that utilization has been at 100%, the number of liquidations may be limited. The reduction in LT will also affect a large $530k WETH borrower, moving them from a Health Factor (HF) of 1.25 to 1.08. The borrow rate is expected to more than double from 210% APR to 470%, implying that TUSD debt per user will grow by 1.3% per day.
The next steps for this proposal include gathering community feedback, escalating the proposal to the Snapshot ARFC stage if community consensus is reached, and further escalating the proposal to the Aave Improvement Proposal (AIP) stage if the snapshot outcome is 'Yes, Abstain, or No' (YAE). The outcome of these steps will determine the future of the TUSD offboarding plan from Aave V2.
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