Bancor Announces BNT Governance via 2.1 Upgrade

Bancor – a DeFi Automated Market-Maker (AMM) – showcased token-based governance as well as additional features for the AMM promising to eliminate impermanent loss in its v2.1 upgrade.

The upgrade introduces a governance token wrapper – vBNT – generated by staking BNT in specific whitelisted Bancor liquidity pools. The v2.1 upgrade will change the tokenomics of the existing BNT token by introducing an elastic supply used to enable single-sided exposure & impermanent loss protection.

Existing AMM pools generally require users to take on exposure to assets outside of a user’s native holdings, inevitably incurring impermanent losses. While there have been many approaches to liquidity provider incentivization, it’s fair to say that no one has solved the puzzle of impermanent loss quite yet. Bancor’s new announcement looks promising and seems to be a fresh take compared to what is currently live on the market.

How Does It Work?

In Bancor’s new model, liquidity providers would accrue liquidity protection over time while collection fees from swaps, theoretically making the prospects of being a long term liquidity provider much more attractive.

Bancor will use its protocol token, BNT, as the counterpart asset in every pool, starting with 60 possible whitelisted pools, half of which have already been whitelisted today.

To learn more about the new governance token and upgrades made to the AMM check out Bancor’s blogpost here.

If you’re interested in staking BNT to receive vBNT and partaking in Bancor governance, check out their detailed staking guide here.

What’s Next

In order for any of the exciting changes covered above to occur, BNT holders must vote in favor of the Bancor v2.1 proposal. Voting on the proposal began today and last for 3 days. A quorum of 20% of staked vBNT will be required to approve the proposal.

You can join the discussion on Bancor v2.1 on their Discord governance channel or their Telegram Group.

To stay up with Bancor, follow them on Twitter.

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Cream Finance Partially Delists FTT Amidst Governance Contention

Cream Finance – a lending protocol for nascent DeFi tokens – has hosted a governance poll around the collateral parameters for FTX’s FTT token in light of severe borrowing abilities.

What started as a Compound fork has since seen niche demand in providing money markets for DeFi assets that are not listed on other major lending markets due to their nascency and high-risk nature. For example, Cream was the first lending protocol to support lending for YFI, SUSHI, SWRV and UNI.

Now, Cream has come under fire after $75M worth of FTT, the native token of FTX, was used to borrow and short leading DeFi assets like YFI over the weekend. FTX’s CEO Sam Bankman-Fried recently took to Twitter to defend the use of $FTT on CREAM following many prominent community members suggesting Cream should delist FTT.

In his tweetstorm, he seemed to imply that any sort of governance vote on CREAM to change FTT lending parameters would be unfair as a single address holds over 75% of all votes. Sam also goes on to provide evidence that his centralized exchange token has a lower risk of price crash compared to the basket of DeFi tokens that are listed on Cream.

Popular anon accounts pointed out that with FTT being a centralized token, Sam could manipulate it in various ways for his own profit at the detriment of other users on Cream and more broadly the entire DeFi ecosystem.


The Snapshot proposal on Cream Finance decided to partially delist FTT by decreasing its borrowing power on the platform. This comes in agreement with reputable names such as Robert Leshner, founder of Compound Finance, suggesting a middle ground of adjusting FTT parameters on Cream instead of getting rid of it entirely.

The decision to reduce the FTT collateral goes to show that decentralized governance really rallies around large scale DeFi price swings, however these decisions historically takes multiple days to resolve in order to give everyone a fair voice.

While FTT’s borrowing power reduction can be seen as a win to the DeFi community, let’s keep in mind that these protocols are designed to support uses exactly like this, and at the end of the day DeFi remains a whale’s game to trade however they see fit.

To get more updates on Cream, follow them on Twitter.

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MetaFactory Debuts ROBOT Governance Token

MetaFactory – a digiphysical creation platform – has released the blueprint for the ROBOT governance token with a retroactive distribution.

We first covered MetaFactory upon the debut of their Genesis Bomber, combining elements of DeFi auctions and scarcity with digiphysical tokenized wearables to offer a unique product blend for web3 natives.

Now, MetaFactory looks to expand on that vision by adding a native token – ROBOT – into the mix to better align stakeholder incentives. Thanks to ROBOT, MetaFactory will now be broken down into three segments:

  • MetaFactory DAO – For all governance decisions
  • MetaFactor LLC – For company operations
  • MetaFactory BotYard – Community multisig for the custody and distribution of ROBOT.

All together, ROBOT is used to govern the growing brand with distribution baked into the platform’s growth. In short, tokens are issued into the supply as more sales are conducted through MetaFactory, with ROBOT being routed to buyers, creators, and community participants relative to their monetary and social contributions.

Citing Placeholder’s Buyback model, excess ROBOT is likely to be recycled for constant liquidity, using Balancer AMMs to continually capitalize the system.

“The revenue from sales will go to the MetaFactory Entity and will be used to pay for recurring expenses and production costs for goods. ROBOT holders can then vote on how the surplus profits should be spent. For example, they could be locked in a Balancer liquidity pool to create a permanent incentive model with continuous issuance while preserving a fixed supply of 420k tokens.”

Here’s a look at how the genesis 420k ROBOT is issues relative to the various sales MetaFactory reaches as a whole.

Outside of the Genesis Bomber, you’ve likely seen MetaFactory’s merch floated around via the YFI hoodie, famously touting the signature tag ‘I Test in Prod’ optimally designed for the YFI logo to be visible on Zoom calls. This close tie between DeFi and physical wearables capturing the latest trend is one that shows strong promise for the community-owned and operated brand platform.

With this new announcement, purchasers of the Genesis Bomber, Wicked Sunday Club or any of MetaFactory’s merch should be on the lookout for ROBOT tokens in their wallet used at purchase in the coming week. There will be no tokensale for ROBOT, and future tokens can only be earned through platform usage.

The launch of ROBOT comes in line with a growing trend of tokenization, with many projects choosing to issue governance power to their most value-added actors in the form of retroactive distributions. Unique to ROBOT is the ability for anyone with more than 500 tokens to receive access to the LLC’s operational expenses, offering a transparent view into the MetaFactory kimono historically kept private by the issue entities.

Overall, the fresh rebrand and launch of ROBOT are a strong signal that MetaFactory aims to stay on the cutting edge of web3 culture, one we’ll be keeping a close eye on here at DeFi Rate.

To stay up with MetaFactory, be sure to follow them on Twitter!

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APY Finance Announces Liquidity Mining for APY Governance Tokens

APY.Finance – a pooled yield aggregator – has announced a liquidity mining rewards program starting on October 1st at 8PM EST.

Users will be able to deposit three stablecoins – DAI, USDC, and USDT – to begin earning the platform’s unreleased APY governance token.

Launch details

The APY.Finance contract will be available at at 8 EST (12am UTC) later this evening, with liquidity mining rewards being accrued and vested after the platform’s APY token is officially launched.

APY tokens will provide a governance function for the platform, and will also be distributed via a token-generation event (TGE) at a later date.

The initial liquidity provided to the platform will assist in bootstrapping the platform’s total value locked (TVL), and eventually benefit from economies of scale once yield-farming strategies go live.

How it Works

Upon depositing funds to the contract, users will receive APT tokens (not to be confused with the APY governance token), which provides them with a claim on their share of assets in the pool.

Just like Balancer Pool Tokens (BPT) or Uniswap LP shares (UNI), users can claim back their share of stablecoins from the asset pool by burning their APT tokens via the APY.Finance smart contract.

By holding APT tokens, users will also automatically be mining APY tokens. Once the platform is fully functional, this will entitle them to both yield-farming and liquidity mining returns.

As described by the APY.Finance team, its APT tokens are comparable to Balancer’s BPT tokens, which represent a user’s stake in the Balancer pool.

Likewise, the APY token can be compared to Balancer’s BAL token, which is used for governance on liquidity mining and general protocol upgrades.

Liquidity Mining Details

31.2% of the APY token supply has been allocated to liquidity mining rewards, for a total of 31,200,000 APY tokens. 900,000 of these will be mined within the first month of liquidity mining, good for 0.9% of the total supply.

Rewards will be proportional to the percentage of liquidity provided to the pool over the course of the program. After the TGE, the APY token will be vested on a block-by-block basis over a 6-month period, using the Synthetix vesting contract.

What is APY.Finance?

APY Finance is an automated yield-farming platform which automatically allocated user’s pooled funds to the best risk-adjusted farming strategies in the DeFi ecosystem.

By pooling funds, it aims to save users precious time and gas fees on transactions, allowing anyone to benefit from yield-farming returns – no matter their account value.

Although they’re not yet enabled, APY.Finance’s governance mechanisms will be added at a later date once the system is “battle-tested”.

The platform’s smart contract has been audited by Halborn, who have also recently audited Bancor v2 and PowerTrade.

To stay up with APY Finance, follow them on Twitter!

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Uniswap Launches UNI Governance Token with Community Airdrop

Uniswap – the sector leading DEX – has released its UNI governance token with a community airdrop to anyone who has interacted with Uniswap prior to September 1st.

Underpinning the hottest governance token to date was a retroactive airdrop where any account that interacted with Uniswap V1 or V2 contracts received 400 UNI. Liquidity Providers also earned favorable rewards based on historical liquidity while the 220 holders of at least one $SOCKS (a tokenized Uniswap merchandise item) received 1000 UNI.

In total, 150,000,000 UNI – or 15% of the supply – was distributed through the community airdrop, broken down as follows:

  • 4.92% to all 49,192 historical LPs [49,166,400 UNI]
  • 10.06% split evenly across all 251,534 historical user addresses [100,613,600 UNI]
  • 0.02% to 220 SOCKS holders/redeemers [220,000 UNI]

To claim UNI rewards, simply head to Uniswap and look for the purple “UNI” box in the top right. Here you will need to submit a transaction to claim your rewards. Please note that 400 UNI was airdropped to any wallet which has ever interacted with Unsiwap, meaning many users may be eligible for multiple airdrops depending on the different number of wallets used.


UNI Liquidity Mining & Distribution

Starting tomorrow, four liquidity mining pools will open for UNI rewards. USDT, DAI, USDC, and WBTC pools will each earn an allocation of 5M UNI over the course of the next two months. This breaks down to 83,333.33 UNI per pool per day or 54 UNI per pool per block.

This intro to liquidity mining is set to be followed by formal governance over incentives after the first 30 days in which the community treasury (responsible for future liquidity mining rewards) will be vote on pools & allocations.

Outside of the liquidity mining rewards, UNI’s 1B supply is set to be broken down as follows:

  • 60.00% – Community [600,000,000 UNI]
  • 21.51% – Team  [215,101,000 UNI]
  • 17.80% – Investors [178,000,000 UNI]
  • .069% – Advisors  [6,899,000 UNI]

All team, investor and advisor tokens will be subject to four-year continuous locks, meaning tokens will unlock in real-time. Here’s a breakdown of how these tokens will enter the circulating supply over time.

Perhaps what’s most novel about the distribution is an ongoing 2% perpetual inflation set to kick in once all 1B tokens have been distributed. While this parameter is obviously malleable by governance, it sets a fantastic precedence for protocol sustainability.

With Binance and Coinbase both springing to list UNI less than 12 hours after launch, it’s clear that DeFi has a new cool token on the block.

In the wake of a SushiSwap attack, anon devs have now learned the golden rules of DeFi:

  1. Do not cross Andre Cronje
  2. Do not cross Hayden Adams

To keep an eye on Uniswap, follow them on Twitter or join the conversation on the governance forum.

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Curve’s Mysterious CRV Governance Token Launch

Curve – the third-largest DeFi DEX – has officially launched its long-awaited governance token, CRV.

As you can see in the tweet, the way in which Curve launched fit right in with the mysterious roots the team has had since launch.

For those who missed it, an anonymous account spent $8k in gas to deploy all of the Curve contracts, leading to a two-hour grey area where community members were told not to engage as the CRV token was not officially *live*. However, this was then confirmed by the team as being secure, admin keyless contracts – hence the weird way in which the token became *official*. Here’s a full recap on the events that transpired yesterday evening.

None the less, Curve quickly pivoted by releasing a front-end for CRV liquidity mining. Users who provide liquidity to Curve stake their positions via ‘Gauges’ to be eligible for CRV rewards. More on how this works here.

Curve has quickly broken it’s previous ATH’s for Total Value Locked, currently sitting at just south of $700M at the time of writing – good for 4th place on the DeFi Pulse leaderboard. This comes in tandem with breaking the $2B cumulative volume mark, one which has only been reached by leading projects like Uniswap so far to date.

As illustrated in our initial coverage of the pre-launch, Curve liquidity providers will compete for a daily allocation of 766k CRV tokens. Each day, 2M CRV is estimated to enter the circulating supply as early LPs and investor tokens unlock in real-time.

For more long-term supporters, CRV can be locked via the Curve DAO to earn a multiplier on liquidity mining rewards. Curve has provided a number of time intervals, with each granting higher bonuses up to a maximum of 2.5x for those who choose to lock for 4 years.

Early LP’s are also able to claim their rewards in real-time through the Vesting dashboard. Seeing as early LP rewards are vested over the course of a year, these LPs will be able to claim 1/365th of their rewards each day.

CRV Madness Ensues

Almost immediately after launch, the race to acquire CRV went ballistic with both Binance and Poloniex listing CRV within 5 minutes of launch.

This was accompanied by DEXs like Matcha having their front-end crash as users rushed to submit limit orders to take advantage of the gas-promotion to save on transaction costs. (which peaked at $30/swap upon launch)

CRV price traded as high as $50/token, giving the project a fully deluded (h/t Gavin for the term) valuation of ~$182B. For reference, that’s over half of Bitcoin’s fully diluted valuation. This token value gave early LPs returns as high as 10,000% APY, with returns now hovering around 2000% APY at the time of writing.

While Curve took extensive time to map out a strong governance model in which time-weighted voting plays a key role in voting, it’s clear that the DeFi token craze has thrown all bets out the window. Many are now theorizing that the mysterious launch may have been coordinated with the Curve themselves, essentially acting as a legal loophole in terms of sufficient decentralization.

Regardless of where you fall, it’s impossible to ignore Curve. To stay up with the project and any new updates, be sure to follow them on Twitter or join the Discord to chime in.

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Aave Announces Aavenomics Token and Governance Upgrade

Aave, the rising money markets protocol, announced its token and governance upgrade Aavenomics: a formalized path to the decentralization and self-sustainability of the network.

For those looking for a quick TLDR, check out the post’s sleek Flashpaper. For those looking to do a deep dive, the full interworking cans be found here.

Token Economics

The upgrade features a handful of key additions and changes to the growing lending protocol. First and foremost, Aave’s native token LEND will migrate to a new token AAVE at a rate of 100: 1 following approval from LEND holders via the Genesis Governance Poll. In turn, the total supply will shift down from 1.3B LEND down to 16M AAVE.

While 13 million AAVE will be claimable by LEND holders at the aforementioned rate, the remaining 3M AAVE will be allocated to the Aave Ecosystem Reserve – a bootstrapping fund for protocol incentives governed by AAVE tokenholders.  The protocol’s ecosystem reserve will be allocated between a handful of different incentives, including both the “Safety” and “Ecosystem” incentives. With that, the reserve’s Safety incentive allocation will be distributed to holders who deposit AAVE into the Safety Module (SM). The Safety Module acts as an insurance reserve for Aave users in the instance of a shortfall event and in return, will receive rewards along with a percentage of the protocol fees. With that, it’s important to note that Aave will be transitioning away from the current burn model in favor of this dividend-like token model.

What’s interesting about the Safety Module is that it not only features vanilla AAVE in the module but it also leverages a Balancer pool to incentivize market liquidity. Naturally, the Balancer pool will also accrue BAL rewards and trading fees for Safety Module Stakers on top of the protocol’s native incentives – showcasing DeFi’s composability at its finest.

The other piece to the incentive puzzle is the introduction of Ecosystem Incentives. In line with the current trends in DeFi, Aave will be implementing a liquidity mining mechanism into the protocol. Therefore, users who supply or borrow assets from Aave will earn rewards.

Lastly, Aave governance may also elect to allocate a portion of the Ecosystem Incentives to fund or bootstrap applications building on the Aave ecosystem.


With the introduction of the Aave Ecosystem Reserve along with the team’s dedication towards decentralization and self-sustainability, Aave Governance is a critical piece to the Aavenomics upgrade.

The driving force behind Aave Governance is the introduction of Aave Improvement Proposals (AIPs) which represent modifications to the protocol that are ratified on-chain by AAVE tokenholders. An interesting design piece to this is that users who holder AAVE in cold storage or even staked via the Safety Module can use their token weight to vote on AIPs. Passive tokenholders also have the option to delegate their voting power to Aave Protocol Politicians.

Aave tokenholders will also play a role in adjusting Aave Policies, a set of governance defined rules that control the parameters behind the protocol, and individual money markets. As such, there are two main types of policies available for governance changes.

The first is Protocol Policies which dictate the overarching behavior of the Aave Protocol including risks, improvements, and incentives. The second is Market Policies which define the context and parameters behind each market within the protocol, like the Uniswap Money Market or the TokenSet Money Market. Changes to Market Policies may include adding or removing supported assets, adjusting loan-to-value ratios, or modifying interest rate models.

Closing Thoughts

With Aave’s explosion into the DeFi ecosystem this year along with their ability to consistently innovate with new products, like credit delegation, the Aavenomics announcement is right on brand with what the team has built to date.

The protocol is not only introducing emerging trends prevalent in DeFi like yield farming but also leveraging the blooming composability available within Ethereum’s DeFi ecosystem. The introduction of the Aave Safety Module provides AAVE tokens with a claim on the protocol’s cash flows while also featuring a Balancer pool to maximize rewards.

While the exact timeline on the Aavenomics mainnet launch has been kept high-level, we can expect that this upgrade will serve as a driving catalyst for Aave’s next leg in growth similar to Kyber’s recent upgrade in early July or the announcement of Bancor V2.

At the time of the announcement, value locked in the Aave protocol is up 13.2% to $424M in total assets while LEND surges 16% to $0.31 valuing the protocol at $395M.

If you’re interested in staying up to date, make sure to follow Aave on Twitter. For those looking to get involved in the discussions surrounding Aavenomics, make sure to join the official Discord!

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iEarn Releases YFI Governance Token with Liquidity Mining

iEarn – a fan-favorite liquidity aggregator – has shared the blueprints for a YFI governance token in tandem with a suite of new liquidity pools.

Best popularized for the Y Curvepool, iEarn offers a number of avenues for users to earn passive interest for supplying capital to any number of the protocols supported pools. Historically, iEarn pools have earned some of the best lending rates in all of DeFi, with the pool aggregating $8M in AUM in tandem with a historical return of just over 10% APY since launch.

Today, iEarn introduced a suite of new, existing, and discontinued products including:

  • yTrade – Trade top stablecoins DAI, USDC, USDT, TUSD and sUSD with up to 1000x leverage using an initiation fee or 250x without an initiation fee.
  • iLiquidiate – An automated liquidation engine for Aave defaults.
  • iLeverage – Open a 5x leveraged Dai Vault using USDC as collateral.
  • iPool – A <> sUSD meta pool offering the best rates between Curve’s two most popular pools. (Discontinued)
  • ySwap – A stable AMM allowing for single-sided liquidity provision while collecting interest and rewards.
  • *.finance – TBA credit delegation platform using Aave undercollateralized loans.

What emerges is a sophisticated lending and arbitrage protocol that routes liquidity across different corners of DeFi to earn the best returns. Using lending protocols like Curve, dYdX, Compound, and Aave along with AMMs like Uniswap and Balancer opens the door for cross-protocol returns extremely difficult to mimic as an average user.

As if that wasn’t enough, the incentive to use iEarn just got a little sweeter.

YFI Governance Token

Following in line with the wider trend of liquidity mining, YFI can ONLY be earned through usage of any of the aforementioned pools. This is in stark contrast to something like COMP and BAL in which a portion was held by the time and another portion was offered in an Initial DEX Offering. Instead, the only way to earn tokens is through usage, and iEarn was very blatant about stating the token has 0 value outside of governance.

It’s likely that the most popular way to earn will be through the yCurve stablecoin pool, and Curve graciously put together a guide on this works here.

YFI Rewards Pool

Outside of openly memeing that YFI has 0 financial value, the project has created a pretty strong token model under the hood. Off the bat, iEarn pools aggregate a suite of rewards and fees including (but not limited to in the future):

  • interest
  • COMP
  • CRV
  • trading fees
  • leverage fees and liquidation bonuses
  • system fees
  • liquidation bonuses
  • system dust (unassigned interest or fees)

All of these fees are collected on a regular basis and routed to a Vault which normalizes all the above-mentioned income to aDAI. Once in aDAI, YFI holders can claim a pro-rata share of that reward pool directly from the contract address by burning YFI tokens.

iEarn has stated that they will be releasing an interface for the burning and redemption of these fees in the coming weeks. Last but not least, iEarn has also shipped a staking dashboard to make it easy for users to stake and unstake their position across any of iEarn’s various liquidity pools.

Closing Thoughts

Underpinning this whole ecosystem is an incredibly meta ecosystem at play. While you need 1000 IQ DeFi knowledge to get involved, those who are savvy enough are sure to reap the rewards of the most organic, strongly-designed DeFi token to date.

As aggregate liquidity continues to heat up, we’ll keep reminding users that it’s a good time to be a yield farmer – so long as you keep in mind that there’s a lot of inherent risks that come with it.

Until then, be sure to keep up with iEarn on Twitter.

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