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AaveCompanies has proposed a $550,000 budget in GHO to fund initiatives for enhancing the Aave Protocol and ecosystem, including the introduction of the GHO Pass. Despite some criticism, the proposal is generally viewed positively and is now in the AIP voting stage, with results expected on October 26th.
The discussion revolves around a proposal put forth by AaveCompanies. The proposal requests a budget of $550,000, paid in GHO, to fund various initiatives aimed at enhancing the Aave Protocol, GHO, and the broader Aave ecosystem. These initiatives include sponsoring hackathons, hosting side events, and producing high-quality merchandise. The proposal also introduces the GHO Pass, a tool designed to facilitate GHO purchases at Aave events and sponsored events. The proposal has now moved to the AIP voting stage, with the voting period scheduled to end on October 26th4. Additionally, 0xkeyrock.eth has requested 4 rAAVE tickets for their team to attend Devconnect8.
The community is eagerly awaiting the outcome of the vote on the proposal. Despite some criticism from ApuMallku regarding AaveCompanies' lack of involvement in the forum and their strategy behind the launch of GHO3, the proposal is progressing. MarcZeller's suggestion that service providers and recognized delegates should have access to small rAAVE invite allocations for a DAO-funded event has been addressed by AaveCompanies7. 0xkeyrock.eth's request for rAAVE tickets has also been acknowledged8.
The proposal is viewed as a positive step towards enhancing the Aave Protocol, GHO, and the Aave ecosystem. The initiatives, including sponsoring hackathons, hosting side events, and producing high-quality merchandise, are expected to drive the growth of the Aave ecosystem1. The GHO Passport launch has been successful, resulting in a 37% increase in GHO holders and 30000 GHO earned for the DAO7.
The proposal has faced some criticism, particularly from ApuMallku, who questioned AaveCompanies' lack of involvement in the forum and their strategy behind the launch of GHO3. However, AaveCompanies has addressed these concerns and is actively working on improving their communication and involvement with the community7.
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