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Interport Finance has applied for a 500,000 ARB Token grant to boost its performance and incentivize liquidity on the Arbitrum network, with plans to distribute half of these tokens to users over 10 months and use the rest for Arbitrum's stable coin liquidity pool. The team's goals include increasing trading and bridging volumes to Arbitrum, attracting more stable coin liquidity, and facilitating participation in the Arbitrum ecosystem, with any unused funds returned to the Arbitrum DAO treasury.
Interport Finance, a cross-chain decentralized exchange and bridge, has applied for a grant of 500,000 ARB Tokens to enhance its performance and incentivize additional liquidity on the Arbitrum network. The team plans to distribute half of these tokens among users over a 10-month campaign to compensate for gas fees and encourage exploration of the Arbitrum ecosystem. The remaining tokens will be used as incentives for Arbitrum’s stable coin liquidity pool, aiming to scale up trading and bridging volumes to Arbitrum and increase capital locked on the Arbitrum network. The team expects that the grant will result in $2.2 billion trading and bridging volumes over the next 10-12 months. Any unused funds will be returned to the Arbitrum DAO treasury.
The community's reaction is not explicitly mentioned in the summaries. However, the Interport team has set key performance indicators to track their progress, such as the number of unique wallets receiving compensation, the influx of new wallets engaging with Arbitrum via Interport, and the volumes into the Arbitrum network via Interport.
The grant application by Interport is a positive move as it aims to foster increased liquidity bridging into Arbitrum, minimize fee barriers for new users, attract more stable coin liquidity, support other grant recipients, and facilitate effortless participation in the Arbitrum ecosystem. The team's plan to return any unused funds to the Arbitrum DAO treasury also demonstrates their commitment to the community's best interests.
The summaries do not provide any explicit negative aspects of this topic. However, it's worth noting that the success of the Interport team's plans heavily relies on the grant approval and the community's active participation. The team's objectives might not be achieved if these conditions are not met.
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Last updated 09/12 13:53