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Chab initiated a discussion on Aave protocol's security, focusing on the borrow capacity and liquidation threshold of $MATIC and $AAVE. They proposed increasing the liquidation threshold from 65% to 70% or 75% for better user protection against price drops, arguing it wouldn't compromise protocol security, and invited community input on the matter.
The topic of discussion initiated by Chab revolves around the security aspects of the Aave protocol, with a particular emphasis on the borrow capacity and liquidation threshold of $MATIC and $AAVE. Chab expressed understanding towards the 50% borrow capacity, attributing it to the inherent volatility of these assets. However, they raised concerns about the 65% liquidation threshold, deeming it too low.
Chab proposed a reconsideration of the liquidation threshold, suggesting an increase to 70% or 75%. They argued that such a change would offer better protection against price drops, thereby instilling more confidence in users to utilize Aave's liquidity for exploring opportunities within the Polygon ecosystem. They further posited that this adjustment would not jeopardize the protocol's security, but rather provide users with additional time to comprehend the potential risks associated with their positions.
The discussion was left open-ended, with Chab inviting community members to contribute their thoughts and perspectives on the matter. The topic thus serves as a platform for a broader conversation about the balance between user protection and protocol security in the context of volatile assets within the Aave ecosystem.
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