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Arbitrum STIP Risk Analysis | Case Study #2: Silo Finance

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  1. Preamble
  2. Introduction
  3. Silo Overview
    1. Overview
      1. Base and Bridge Assets
      2. Markets
      3. Interest Rate Model
      4. Risk Mitigants
      5. Health Factor
      6. Liquidations
      7. Oracles
      8. Integrations
  4. Use of Incentives
  5. Silo Incentives Impact
    1. Bridged Asset Lender Reactions
      1. Impact on Total Bridged Asset Lending
    2. Bridged Asset Borrower Reactions
    3. Base Asset Lender Reactions
    4. Impact of New Markets
    5. Arbitrum Ecosystem Reaction
    6. Incentive Distribution Breakdown
  6. Incentive Risk Analysis
    1. Silo incentives create an unsustainable imbalance between lending and borrowing
    2. Silo incentives distort the growth of Arbitrum money markets
    3. Silo incentives do not grow Silo or Arbitrum money market activity over the long term
    4. Silo incentives inhibited the program from migrating bridged to native USDC
  7. Key Takeaways
    1. Silo Incentive Positives
    2. Silo Incentive Potential Improvements
  8. Silo STIP Useful Resources

Preamble

As part of our recent election as the Risk Member on the Arbitrum Research & Development Committee (ARDC), Chaos Labs is pleased to share a blog post detailing our second case study for the ARDC: Silo Finance. This is the second case study of a three-part series that entails an in-depth analysis of the risk and efficiency of the Arbitrum STIP on three major protocols, the second of which is Silo Finance.

As requested by the DAO advocate for the ARDC, L2BEAT, Chaos Labs has been conducting case studies on STIP recipients. This case study provides an in-depth analysis of the Arbitrum STIP program’s impact on Silo Finance, focusing on its efficiency and associated risks. This analysis is part of a broader series that evaluates the STIP program across three major protocols.

Following our previous analysis of Vertex, we now turn our focus to Silo Finance to provide a comprehensive evaluation of its performance and risk profile.

Introduction

To comprehensively understand the specific risks and efficiency factors influencing the Silo Finance STIP allocation, a thorough bottom-up analysis of the protocol is essential. The initial section of this report delves into all pertinent aspects of Silo Finance’s functionality, providing necessary context and reference.

Subsequently, detailed analyses of efficiency and risk are conducted, leveraging insights from the protocol deep-dive. This examination aims to identify all factors that could potentially lead to negative outcomes. The findings are then used to derive both positive and negative insights from Silo Finance’s STIP allocation, which will inform the design of future incentive schemes.

Incentive Amount: 1m ARB

Incentive Uses: Incentivize borrowing and lending in existing and new markets, subject to the existence of a robust oracle.

Grant Matching: Yes - The equivalent of 1M $ARB in $SILO tokens as part of the Silo V2 launch (pending DAO’s approval). The DAO plans to launch Silo V2 on Arbitrum before any other chains.

Silo Overview

Overview

Silo is a risk-isolated lending market that allows users to deposit tokens to earn interest or as collateral to borrow other tokens.

Silo assets are separated into bridge assets, which are common to all pools, and base assets, which are unique to each pool. Bridge assets on the Arbitrum deployment are currently only USDC.e and WETH. This design ring-fences the risk of each pool, allowing a wider range of assets to be onboarded than more common single pool protocols. Any markets with willing-lenders, such as Curve LP tokens and Pendle PT tokens, can be created.

Base and Bridge Assets

Silo categorizes assets as either bridge or base assets. Bridge assets are defined assets per deployment useable as collateral in any silo, while base assets are any asset other than bridge assets.

Bridge assets refer to predefined assets that may be used as collateral or deposited into any silo in a deployment.

Bridge Asset deposits are only exposed to the silo they are deposited into. For example, if $USDC is deposited into the $ARB silo, its exposure is limited to $ARB (the base asset) and $ETH (the secondary bridge asset) only. An exploit in the $PENDLE silo will not affect $USDC deposits in the $ARB silo since they are standalone markets.

Bridge Asset deposit rates are derived from the IRM configuration for that specific silo. More aggressive models may be applied to riskier silos (e.g., low on-chain liquidity), allowing counterparty lenders to receive more interest to reflect risk exposure.

Base assets refer to any non-bridge asset that has a lending market on Silo. Base assets can theoretically be any token, including standard and esoteric tokens.

Base assets can only be used as collateral in their own market. For example, $ARB can only be used as collateral to borrow from bridge lenders in the $ARB silo - it cannot be used in the $PENDLE silo, which only accepts $PENDLE as base asset collateral.

Markets

Each market on Silo Arbitrum consists of the base asset, which defines the market, and the two bridge assets, USDC.e and WETH. This is shown visually in the screenshot below:

Interest Rate Model

Silo has multiple interest rate models that react differently to different levels of utilization. The isolated design enables exceptional interest rate customizability on a per silo per asset basis to suit different market conditions.

There are currently three interest rate model designs available:

  • Dynamic IRM with PI Controller: This system aggressively adjusts rates to target an optimal utilization range rather than a point, as is usually the case.

  • Kink IRM with Multiplier: A typical kinked IRM with a moderate borrow rate increases up to an optimal utilization point, and a steeper borrow rate increases beyond this.

  • Fixed IRM: The fixed IRM is inelastic to changes in utilization, meaning borrowers will pay the same interest rate at all utilization rates. Lender APR remains floating since it is a function of the utilization rate.

Risk Mitigants

Ring-fenced risk on Silo significantly reduces its risk surface area. The risk parameters are defined at an asset level and apply to the assets in all silos.

Max Loan To Value: Sets the maximum borrowing power against each collateral.

Liquidation Threshold: Sets the point at which a borrow position is considered undercollateralized against each collateral.

Health Factor

The HealthFactor on Silo is a ratio that indicates how close a position is to being liquidated. With a HealthFactor of 0%, the position is signaled for liquidation.

The HealthFactor is calculated as:

HealthFactor = 1 - (CurrentLTV / LiquidationThreshold)

Liquidations

Liquidation is an event that may occur if a borrower’s Health Factor reaches 0%. When this occurs, a liquidator may repay the outstanding loan and seize all the collateral for the position. Liquidators will use the sale proceeds to repay the position’s outstanding loan and keep the difference between proceeds and loan as a liquidation fee. Borrowers will lose their collateral but may keep their borrowed tokens.

There are no partial liquidations on Silo, all liquidations happen in full.

Oracles

Silo Finance uses Chainlink, Redstone, DIA, Uniswap v3, and their own custom oracles as price feeds to monitor positions’ CurrentLTV and, therefore, its health.

Integrations

Silo, as a lending market, acts as a base layer primitive for users and DeFi protocols to build on top of. Bootstrapping new integrations through incentives was a major feature of Silo’s STIP program. Silo offers integrators with a risk-isolated means of leveraging strategies.

Use of Incentives

The objectives of Silo’s use of the STIP incentives were to stimulate deposits and utilization of existing markets while focusing on creating sustainable network effects around deposits that do not rely on long-term incentives.

This was implemented by directing most of the incentives towards base asset deposits while allocating a large portion to base asset borrowing. A 5% allocation was used for base asset deposits in most markets to encourage their use.

The specifics of the initial incentive breakdown are shown in the table below, this evolved using incoming data and as new markets were launched:

The success metrics were defined as:

  • Borrowed TVL in existing lending markets
  • Borrowed TVL in newly-launched lending markets

Silo Incentives Impact

The objective of this impact assessment is to evaluate the effects of the incentive program on protocol activity, specifically examining the demand for borrowing and lending of base and bridged tokens separately. This detailed, bottom-up analysis scrutinizes individual components of the STIP, which are unique to Silo. This approach allows for a clear understanding of how the program’s results were achieved and how these insights could be applied to other similar protocols.

Despite the STIP program’s short-term nature, this report assesses its prolonged benefits by analyzing protocol usage data following the program’s conclusion. The aim is to identify any persistent changes in activity and the factors driving them.

The primary use case on Silo is to deposit base assets and borrow bridged assets. Therefore, the impact analysis will focus on the effects of the incentives on the growth of the supply of bridged assets available for borrowing (the supply side) and the growth in the borrowing of these bridged assets (the demand side).

The effectiveness of Silo’s incentives is thoroughly examined across various dimensions:

  • How did the incentives affect the total amount of bridged asset lending?
    • Was the impact the same for USDC.e and WETH?
  • How did the incentives affect the total amount of bridged asset borrowing?
    • Was the impact the same for USDC.e and WETH?
  • How did the incentives affect base asset lenders?
  • Did this stimulate additional trading activity on Arbitrum or cannibalize existing activity?

The distribution of the incentives is also analyzed to gain insight into the structural efficiency of this program.

All data is up to 19 May 2024.

Bridged Asset Lender Reactions

Lenders on Silo deposit tokens into markets to earn yield or use them as collateral for borrowing.

Users depositing tokens to earn yield typically provide bridge assets. Occasionally, there is demand to borrow base assets for purposes like shorting, hedging, or yield arbitrage, which generates yield for lenders. GMX, PENDLE, RDNT, LUSD, and weETH were generally the base tokens that generated the most yield.

Users depositing tokens as collateral usually deposit base tokens and borrow either USDC.e to leverage their exposure to the base token price or borrow WETH to leverage their exposure to the token’s yield.

Impact on Total Bridged Asset Lending

The launch of STIP rewards was transformative for Silo Finance in attractive lending capital. USDC.e deposits received most of the incentives, but over time, as Pendle PT markets and LRT markets launched, WETH deposits overtook them in total value supplied.

Over the course of the STIP program, total bridged assets supplied increased 332% from $13m to $56m. The total dollar amount of this growth was relatively evenly split between USDC.e and WETH; however, when measured in percentage terms, the growth of WETH is much higher at 581% vs 229% for USDC.e.

Since the end of the STIP program, USDC.e deposits have fallen 46% from $30m to $16m. This highlights how sensitive USDC.e suppliers are to incremental yield. The conclusion of the STIP program also coincided with a general spike in stablecoin yields across DeFi which could have cannibalized some of Silo’s yield-earning suppliers.

WETH deposits, however, have continued to grow, increasing a further 36% since the program ended. The favorable environment of yield and airdrop farming of LRTs via looped lending on Silo directly and through Pendle PT tokens has supported this growth. The successful bootstrapping of these markets on Silo over the STIP has worked out favorably for Silo and Arbitrum DeFi generally, as leverage seekers have a deep, liquid venue for their strategies.

Currently USDC.e supplies are up 76% since the start of the STIP program, and WETH supplies up 825%. This leaves bridged asset supplies up 3x, a similar level to the end of the program. This clearly demonstrates a significant, lasting impact from the use of incentives in growing bridged asset lending.

Bridged Asset Borrower Reactions

As the supply of bridged assets flowed to Silo at the start of the STIP, it was immediately lent out. Initially bridged asset borrowings mostly consisted of USDC.e to leverage exposure, but from January this began to switch to WETH, completely reversing once incentives ended.

USDC.e borrowings increased 481% over the STIP, while WETH borrowings increased 466%.

Most incremental USDC.e borrowing came from growing in existing markets.

The demand for WETH borrowing continued aggressively after the program ended, and WETH borrowing is currently up 1148% from the start of the program at $23.46m. Integrations played a key role here with most of the increase in WETH borrowing coming from new markets.

The STIP clearly played a crucial role in bootstrapping borrowing on Silo to the point where the markets have retained and even grown total borrowing. The strategy of onboarding and incentivizing new markets, unavailable elsewhere has proved successful for Silo and Arbitrum as a whole.

The share of total borrowing shifted aggressively from mostly USDC.e at the end of the STIP to mostly WETH currently. This shift in borrowing is more pronounced than the shift in supply.

Base Asset Lender Reactions

Like bridge assets, base assets supplied began flowing into Silo immediately after the start of the STIP. A lot of these deposits were initially for leverage purposes and used to borrow USDC.e against. Once LRTs and Pendle PT tokens were onboarded to Silo, another wave of base asset deposit growth started against which WETH was borrowed.

Impact of New Markets

New markets currently account for 66% of the total supply on Silo, and 62% of total borrowing. While existing markets have seen approximately 2x growth in supplies and borrows from the start of the STIP to the current, new markets have added almost $100m in incremental supply and $30m in incremental borrows.

This is a massive achievement in using the program to solve the cold start problem of growing lending markets, and probably the most important factor in Silo’s success with the STIP.

Arbitrum Ecosystem Reaction

It is reasonable to conclude that Silo has used the STIP incentive program to successfully attract capital to its niche use cases, and retain this capital thereafter. Its share of total Arbitrum borrowing and lending initially increased from 2% to 9%, and has remained at this level since.

The lack of drop in share of either action since incentives ended demonstrates a stickiness, and long term benefit for Silo and Arbitrum as a whole. It is unlikely that if the incentives mostly attracted farmers, or users from alternative protocols that the capital would have remained as constant as a share of total Arbitrum activity. This is especially true when large competitors like Aave received no incentives so would have disproportionally benefited from the program ending, as is evident in all competing lending protocols.

Incentive Distribution Breakdown

Silo rewards were distributed across 2421 wallets with limited concentration amongst the highest earners. Only 25% of rewards went to the top 10 wallets, which is much lower than typically seen. The highest earner only earned 8% of total rewards.

This, combined with the observation that there was no benefit to sybil activity, leads us to conclude that the program’s rewards materially benefited a large number of users.

Incentive Risk Analysis

The incentive risk analysis uses the above deep bottom-up analysis of Silo Finance, informing the specific potential manifestations of these risks in a protocol-specific context.

Silo Risk Factors Under Investigation

  • Silo incentives create an unsustainable imbalance between lending and borrowing: Incentives can drive behavior that would not naturally occur with only market forces. This can result in an oversupply of lending or an overuse of borrowing, creating an unsustainable outcome and undesirable second-order effects.
  • Silo incentives distort the growth of Arbitrum money markets: Incentivized protocols could grow over the short term at the expense of incentivized alternatives.
  • Silo incentives do not grow Silo or Arbitrum money market activity over the long term: Short-term incentives run the risk of being farmed by mercenary capital that leaves as soon as the incentives end.
  • Silo incentives inhibited the program from migrating bridged to native USDC: Arbitrum integrated native USDC via Chainlink CCIP in July 2023. Incentivizing the growth of bridged USDC.e runs the risk of stalling migration.

Each of these risks are individually covered in detail below.

Silo incentives create an unsustainable imbalance between lending and borrowing

It is clear from the chart below that the average utilization of bridge assets increased on Silo over the duration of the STIP. This has moderated in both USDC.e and WETH since, indicating that the incentives did have an effect on utilization.

Higher utilization is a good thing unless it reaches excessive levels, affecting the liquidity and stability of the protocol. Neither token’s utilization reached much over 80% for a sustained period over the STIP, and we conclude that the growth in utilization was neutral to healthy for Silo.

Silo incentives distort the growth of Arbitrum money markets

The charts above showing the share of lending and borrowing across Arbitrum lending protocols shows Silo immediately gaining around 10% market share on Arbitrum before remaining constant at that level.

Aave v3 as a comparable received no incentives and has grown market share consistently over the STIP period. There is no evidence that the incentives caused Silo to cannibalize other lending protocols activity on Arbitrum.

Silo incentives do not grow Silo or Arbitrum money market activity over the long term

Silo borrowing and lending has retained well. There has been a reduction of USDC.e activity since the incentives ended. However, both lending and borrowing of USDC.e is still significantly higher than before the STIP, indicating a long-term benefit from the incentives.

Silo incentives inhibited the program from migrating bridged to native USDC

This risk played out as Silo has yet to onboard native USDC on Arbitrum, and incentivized growth in the legacy bridged USDC.e token.

Key Takeaways

Silo Incentive Positives

Iterated on Incentive Weights using Usage Data

Silo began using performance data to update market weights from the third week of the program and continued to iterate throughout. This effort paid off as early markets such as the WBTC market, with a large potential size and good elasticity with respect to incentives, grew rapidly, growing supplies and borrowing on the protocol.

Another important trend Silo leant into was the rise of levereged restaking using Pendle and LRTs. This accounted for a significant portion of growth, and directing incentives to these markets aggressively helped significantly.

Grew External Integrations

Silo announced many external integrations over the course of the STIP, broadening their funnel of value into the protocol. The most successful of these, with Pendle, now makes up the two largest markets.

Simple Incentive Criteria

Incentives subsidized borrowing and lending where the Silo team determined they would be most impactful. This resulted in easy to understand and optimize for incentive criteria, allowing a wide range of users to see benefits and onboard to Silo.

Horizontal Expansion by Launching New Markets

New markets drove significant growth on Silo, which continued after the STIP ended. Twelve new markets were launched over the STIP, with 6 now in the top ten markets on the protocol.

Maintaining Momentum with a Native Token Incentive Program

After the completion of the STIP, Silo launched a native incentive program to continue their momentum. This has likely played an important role in the continued growth in activity.

Silo Incentive Potential Improvements

Onboard and Incentivize Native USDC instead of Legacy Bridged USDC.e: Silo incentives focused on a legacy version of USDC, and there could be a future challenge migrating to native USDC. This poses a long-term risk to the effectiveness of incentives targeted at USDC as TVL could migrate in the migration process, or it could cost significant future incentivization.

Silo STIP Useful Resources

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Chaos Labs is thrilled to announce our partnership with Bluefin, a leader in decentralized derivatives trading. This collaboration marks a significant milestone in our mission to blend the robustness and security of blockchain technology with cutting-edge trading solutions. We aim to revolutionize how on-chain trading is experienced, ensuring a seamless and secure bridge to off-chain asset offerings.

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Omer Goldberg
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Seamless Risk Monitoring and Alerting Platform

Chaos Labs is excited to share our partnership with Seamless, centered around risk management and optimization, following their successful launch on Base.

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Omer Goldberg
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sBNB Oracle Exploit Post Mortem

Chaos Labs summarizes the snBNB oracle exploit affecting the Venus LST Isolated Pool. The post-mortem focuses on the event analysis and risk management efforts following the exploit.

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Omer Goldberg
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dYdX Chain Analytics and Risk Monitoring Portal

Chaos Labs is thrilled to introduce the dYdX Chain Analytics and Risk Monitoring Portal, a significant development in our continued partnership with the dYdX community. This portal encompasses the emerging dYdX Chain, providing valuable insights and risk assessment capabilities. Additionally, it features a dynamic leaderboard that offers real-time tracking and visibility into traders' points, providing transparency and clarity regarding their positions in the Launch Incentives Program.

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Omer Goldberg
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dYdX Chain: A Comprehensive Overview of the Launch Incentives Program

In collaboration with dYdX, Chaos Labs is excited to announce a $20 million liquidity incentives program to mark the launch of the new dYdX Chain. This initiative, a significant step towards enhancing user experience and liquidity, is tailored to transition users to the dYdX Chain seamlessly. It's not just a program; it's an invitation to be at the forefront of dYdX's vision, shaping the future of decentralized finance.

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Omer Goldberg
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The Role of Oracle Security in the DeFi Derivatives Market With Chainlink and GMX

The DeFi derivatives market is rapidly evolving, thanks to low-cost and high-throughput blockchains like Arbitrum. Minimal gas fees and short time-to-finality make possible an optimized on-chain trading experience like the one GMX offers. This innovation sets the stage for what we anticipate to be a period of explosive growth in this sector.

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Omer Goldberg
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Chaos Labs Partners with Liquity Protocol

Liquity and Chaos Labs have announced a strategic collaboration centered around the development of Liquity v2, an upcoming, new Reserve-backed stablecoin protocol.

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Omer Goldberg
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Chaos Labs Partners with Ostium

Chaos Labs will work closely with Ostium Protocol to improve their mechanism design and create a risk modeling and monitoring system. The partnership will prioritize the system's robustness and secure functioning, helping bridge the gap between on-chain trading and off-chain asset offerings.

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Omer Goldberg
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GMX V2 Risk Portal Product Launch

Chaos Labs is excited to launch the GMX V2 Synthetics Risk Hub, expanding our existing V1 GLP Risk Hub to provide complete coverage, including all protocol versions.

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Omer Goldberg
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Chaos Labs Partners with Ethena Labs for Mechanism Design, Economic Security and Risk Optimization

Chaos Labs is partnering with Ethena Labs to fortify mechanism design and develop risk frameworks for the novel protocol. This collaboration is set to amplify the economic security and robustness of Ethena's innovative stablecoin, USDe.

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Omer Goldberg
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crvUSD Risk Monitoring And Alerting Platform

Chaos Labs launches the crvUSD Risk Monitoring and Alerting Platform, providing thorough analytics and visibility and serving as a central hub for the crvUSD community to access a wealth of data and risk insights related to the protocol.

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Omer Goldberg
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Chaos Labs Risk Portal 2.0 Launch

Chaos Labs is proud to announce the official launch of the latest version of our Risk Hub.

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Omer Goldberg
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Chaos Labs Partners with Nexus Mutual for Economic Security and Risk Optimization

After an extensive RFP process, the Nexus Mutual Foundation selected Chaos Labs as an economic security and risk partner. This collaboration is set to fortify the future of the Ratcheting AMM (RAMM) design, a critical component of the Nexus Mutual protocol.

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Omer Goldberg
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Radiant Risk Monitoring and Alerting Platform

Chaos Labs launches the Radiant Risk Monitoring and Alerting Platform, providing thorough analytics and visibility and serving as a central hub for the Radiant community to access a wealth of data and risk insights related to the protocol.

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Omer Goldberg
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Venus Risk Monitoring and Alerting Platform

Chaos Labs launches the Venus Risk Monitoring and Alerting Platform, providing thorough analytics and visibility and serving as a central hub for the Venus community to access a wealth of data and risk insights related to the protocol.

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Omer Goldberg
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Compound Multi Chain Risk Monitoring Hub

Chaos Labs has partnered with Compound via the Grants program, launching a state-of-the-art Compound Cross-Chain Analytics and Observability platform.

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Omer Goldberg
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dYdX Risk Parameter Recommendation Portal

Chaos Labs and Considered.finance are excited to present our collaboration, the dYdX Risk Parameter Recommendation Portal 4. This dashboard provides real-time parameter recommendations informed by market liquidity and objective order book liquidity measures.

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Omer Goldberg
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Chaos Labs Partners with TapiocaDAO for Risk Management and Optimization

Chaos Labs is thrilled to announce a strategic partnership with TapiocaDAO, centered around risk management and parameter optimization for the imminent launch of the omni-chain money market protocol and USDO.

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Omer Goldberg
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Chaos Labs Launches the Aave Asset Listing Portal to Streamline New Collateral Onboarding

Chaos Labs has launched the Aave Asset Listing Portal, a tool that will streamline onboarding new collateral to the Aave protocol. The portal automates collecting and analyzing key market data around assets, enabling the community to make informed decisions and enhance risk management.

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Omer Goldberg
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GMX GLP Risk Hub: A Public Derivative Risk Monitoring and Analytics Platform

Chaos Labs is proud to partner with GMX, a leading DeFi perpetual platform, to launch the GMX GLP Public Risk Hub (Version 0), a cutting-edge platform designed to provide real-time user metrics, margin-at-risk analysis, alerting, and market simulations to assess the value at risk (VaR) in fluctuating markets.

Omer Goldberg
Omer Goldberg
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Uniswap V3 TWAP: Assessing TWAP Market Risk

Assessing the likelihood and feasibility of manipulating Uniswap's V3 TWAP oracles, focusing on the worst-case scenario for low liquidity assets.

Omer Goldberg
Omer Goldberg
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Chaos Labs Partners with Compound for Cross-Chain Risk Analytics Grant

Chaos Labs, a cloud-based risk management platform for DeFi applications, has been awarded a Compound Grant to build a Cross-Chain Risk and Analytics platform.

Omer Goldberg
Omer Goldberg
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Chaos Risk Dashboard Launches Live Alerts for Real-Time Risk Management

Chaos Risk Dashboard has rolled out new functionality that provides real-time alerts covering crucial indicators on the Aave v3 Risk Dashboard and BENQI Risk Dashboard.

Omer Goldberg
Omer Goldberg
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Chaos Labs USDC Depeg - War Room Summary

Chaos Labs summarizes the USDC depeg event and risk management efforts following the collapse of SVB.

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Omer Goldberg
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Chaos Labs Launches the BENQI Parameter Recommendations Platform

Chaos Labs launches the BENQI Parameter Recommendations Platform to streamline risk parameter recommendations for the BENQI protocol.

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Omer Goldberg
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Introducing the GHO Risk Monitoring Dashboard by Chaos Labs

Chaos Labs unveils a new version of the Aave v3 Collateral At Risk Dashboard monitoring the GHO deployment on the Goerli testnet in preparation for mainnet launch.

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Omer Goldberg
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Chaos Labs Raises $20M in Seed Funding to Automate On-Chain Risk Optimization

Chaos Labs raises Seed funding led by Galaxy and Paypal Ventures to automate on-chain risk optimization.

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Omer Goldberg
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AAVE v3 Collateral At Risk Dashboard Expands Deployments Support to Ethereum v3

Following the successful launch of the AAVE v3 Collateral At Risk Dashboard, we're proud to announce expanded support for Ethereum v3.

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Omer Goldberg
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Chaos Labs Unveils Parameter Recommendation Platform.

After becoming full-time contributors to the Aave protocol in 2022, Chaos Labs has been working on all fronts to deliver tools that will increase the community’s understanding of Aave and its potential. We’re proud to publish V0 of the Chaos Labs parameter recommendation platform to the community!

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Omer Goldberg
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Chaos Labs Selected by Uniswap Foundation for TWAP Oracle Research Grant

Preceded by earlier V3 TWAP oracle research, the Uniswap Foundation announces a Chaos Labs grant.

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Omer Goldberg
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Chaos Labs & Hathor Nodes launch platform to optimize Osmosis incentive distribution

Funded by the Osmosis Grants Program, the pair launches an open-sourced incentives model and community dashboards.

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Omer Goldberg
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Chaos Labs receives a Uniswap Foundation grant for LP strategies for V3

Chaos Labs has been awarded a grant from the Uniswap Foundation to test and simulate sophisticated LP strategies.

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Omer Goldberg
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Chaos Labs helps navigate DeFi volatility with an expanded Aave V2 risk partnership

Chaos Labs announces further collaboration with Aave to include Aave V2 risk coverage.

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Omer Goldberg
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Chaos Labs Osmosis Liquidity Incentives Portal Update

An update on the Osmosis Liquidity Incentives Portal collaboration with Hathor Nodes.

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Omer Goldberg
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Chaos Labs Launches Benqi Risk Dashboard

Chaos Labs is launching the Benqi Risk Dashboard, utilizing real-time user metrics to understand the value at risk across volatile markets as well as yield earned and paid over time.

Omer Goldberg
Omer Goldberg
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Chaos Labs Asset Protection Tool

Chaos is unveiling a new tool to measure price manipulation risk and protect against it. Introducing the Chaos Labs Asset Protection Tool

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Omer Goldberg
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Chaos Labs Joins AAVE as Full-Time Contributor

After a successful governance vote, Chaos Labs is joining Aave as a full-time contributor to focus on risk management and parameter recommendations for all Aave v3 markets.

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Omer Goldberg
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Chaos Labs Receives Osmosis Grant

Chaos Labs has received a grant from the Osmosis Grants Program and will partner with Hathor Nodes on optimizing the Osmosis incentives program.

Omer Goldberg
Omer Goldberg
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Chaos Labs <> Benqi veQI Calculator

Chaos Labs, a cloud security platform for DeFi applications, announces the launch of the Benqi veQI calculator.

Omer Goldberg
Omer Goldberg
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Maker Simulation Series: Auction Price Curve & Keeper Gas Strategies (Pt. 4)

Chaos Labs, a cloud-based simulation platform for smart contract applications, has collaborated with Maker to model and simulate how Keepers with competing gas strategies impact the Auction Price Curve for liquidations.

Omer Goldberg
Omer Goldberg
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Benqi veQI Economic Analysis

Diving deep into Benqi's veQI tokenomics and utility.

Omer Goldberg
Omer Goldberg
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Maker Simulation Series: Peg Stability Module (Pt. 3)

Chaos Labs, a cloud-based simulation platform for smart contract applications, has collaborated with Maker to model PSM simulations.

Omer Goldberg
Omer Goldberg
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Chaos Labs launches AAVE v3 Risk Bot

The AAVE v3 Risk bot will provide monitoring, notifications and daily summaries for risk related activity across all v3 deployments.

Omer Goldberg
Omer Goldberg
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Maker Simulation Series: Flapper Surplus Dai Auctions (Pt. 2)

Chaos Labs, a cloud-based simulation platform for smart contract applications, has collaborated with Maker to model and simulate Flapper Surplus DAI auctions.

Omer Goldberg
Omer Goldberg
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Chaos Labs Launches AAVE v3 Risk Application

Chaos Labs, a cloud security platform for DeFi applications, has launched an AAVE v3 collateral at risk and real-time user metrics dashboard.

Omer Goldberg
Omer Goldberg
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Maker Simulation Series: Flipper Black Thursday (Pt. 1)

Chaos Labs, a cloud-based simulation platform for smart contract applications, has collaborated with Maker to model and simulate Flip Auctions, liquidations and auctions.

Omer Goldberg
Omer Goldberg
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AAVE Simulation Series: stETH:ETH Depeg (Pt. 0)

A simulation series focused on economic security for the AAVE protocol. Let's examine the effect of a stETH:ETH depeg.

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Omer Goldberg
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Maker Simulation Series: Introduction (Pt. 0)

Chaos Labs, a cloud-based simulation platform for smart contract applications, has collaborated with Maker to model and simulate liquidations and auction mechanisms.

Omer Goldberg
Omer Goldberg
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Chaos Labs Dives Deep Into AAVE v3 Data Validity

Chaos Labs, a cloud security platform for DeFi applications, has discovered

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Ron Lev
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Chaos Labs Collaborates with Benqi For Liquid Staking Analytics

Chaos Labs, a cloud security platform for DeFi applications, announces a partnership with Benqi to support Liquid Staking on the Avalanche network.

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Omer Goldberg
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Chaos Labs Receives AAVE Grant

Chaos Labs, a cloud security platform for DeFi applications, has been awarded an AAVE Grant to build a collateral at risk and real-time user metrics dashboard.

Omer Goldberg
Omer Goldberg
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Pushing Economic Security Boundaries with MakerDAO Pt. 2

Chaos Labs, a cloud security and testing platform for smart contract applications, has created a cloud platform for Maker to test their liquidation and auction mechanisms.

Omer Goldberg
Omer Goldberg
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Chaos Labs Open Source Uniswap v3 TWAP Hardhat Plugin

Chaos Labs, a cloud security platform for DeFi applications, has open source a utility package for interfacing with Uniswap v3.

Omer Goldberg
Omer Goldberg
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Uniswap V3 TWAP Oracle Deep Dive - Pt. 2

An in depth look at Uniswap v3 TWAP architecture and usage in development.

Omer Goldberg
Omer Goldberg
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dYdX Maker Liquidity Rewards Distribution Report

Chaos Labs releases the dYdX Market Maker Liquidity Rewards Distribution Report.

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Omer Goldberg
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Chaos Labs Receives Chainlink Grant to build Terra Oracle Infrastructure

Chaos Labs, a cloud security platform for DeFi applications, has been awarded a Chainlink Grant to build tooling and infrastructure for Terra Oracles.

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Omer Goldberg
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Chaos Labs releases the dYdX Perpetual Funding Rate App

Chaos Labs releases the dYdX Perpetual Funding Rate application for the dYdX ecosystem.

Omer Goldberg
Omer Goldberg
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Chaos Labs Open Sources Chainlink Price Feed NPM Module

Chaos Labs, a cloud security platform for DeFi applications, has open source a utility package for interfacing with Chainlink price feeds.

Omer Goldberg
Omer Goldberg
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Chaos Labs Open Sources dYdX Trading CLI

Chaos Labs, a cloud security platform for DeFi applications, has open sourced a trading tool for the dYdX ecosystem.

Omer Goldberg
Omer Goldberg
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Pushing Economic Security Boundaries with MakerDAO

Chaos Labs, a cloud security and testing platform for smart contract applications, has created a cloud platform for Maker to test their liquidation and auction mechanisms.

Omer Goldberg
Omer Goldberg
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Uniswap v3 TWAP Oracle Tooling and Deep Dive Pt. 1

Chaos Labs, a cloud security platform for DeFi applications, has released open source tooling for developing with Uniswap v3 TWAP Oracles.

Omer Goldberg
Omer Goldberg
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Chaos Labs Receives dYdX Grant

Chaos Labs, a cloud security platform for DeFi applications, has been awarded a dYdX Grant to build analytics and tooling for the dYdX ecosystem.

Omer Goldberg
Omer Goldberg
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Chaos Labs Receives Uniswap Grant

Chaos Labs, a cloud security platform for DeFi applications, has been awarded a Uniswap Grant to build tooling for Uniswap v3 TWAP Oracles.

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Omer Goldberg
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Chaos Labs Adds Chainlink Oracle Cloud Integrations

Chaos Labs receives grant to enhance Chainlink Oracle Cloud Testing Environment.

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Omer Goldberg
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Chaos Labs joins Maker SES

Chaos Labs, a cloud security and testing platform for smart contract applications, has recently joined the SES incubation program.

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Omer Goldberg
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Chaos Labs Receives Chainlink Grant

Chaos Labs, a cloud security platform for DeFi applications, has been awarded a Chainlink Grant.

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Omer Goldberg
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Chaos Labs Mission Statement

Chaos Labs is a cloud security and testing platform for smart contract applications. Mission statement coming soon 🎉 🥳

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Omer Goldberg