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USDC Liquidity Optimization Framework for OP Mainnet

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  1. Overview
  2. Bridged vs. Native USDC
  3. Previous Avalanche USDC.e Migration
    1. Takeaways
  4. Current State of USDC on OP Mainnet
    1. Uses of USDC.e
    2. Uses of USDC
    3. USDC.e and USDC DEX Liquidity on OP Mainnet
      1. Velodrome
      2. Uniswap
    4. Takeaways
  5. Migration Framework
  6. Execution Plan
    1. Focus Area 1: Incentivize USDC DEX Liquidity in Major Pairs
      1. Projected Incentive Yields
      2. Strategy 1: Create deeper liquidity in the Uniswap v3 USDC-USDC.e 1bp pool.
      3. Strategy 2: Make the most actively traded USDC-cross pools native USDC pools
      4. Strategy 3: Incentivize High TVL USDC DEX Pools to Migrate
    2. Focus Area 2: Work with Lending Protocols to Migrate USDC.e to USDC
      1. Reserve Factors
      2. Interest Rates
      3. Collateral Factors
    3. Focus Area 3: Single Token Protocols
    4. Bridges
  7. Success Metrics

Overview

On September 5, 2023, Circle introduced native USDC on OP Mainnet, marking a significant step towards seamless USDC transactions without the need for bridging, thus allowing direct issuance and redemption processes with Circle. This move was aimed at empowering developers with a stable and trustworthy foundation for building on the blockchain.

Chaos Labs and Optimism Foundation are now collaborating to optimize liquidity incentives and streamline the migration from bridged USDC.e to native USDC on OP Mainnet. These efforts are underpinned by a comprehensive analysis of similar migrations, assessing the current status of USDC on OP Mainnet, and developing a strategic framework for an efficient and secure transition from bridged to native USDC tokens. This migration framework is designed to quickly and seamlessly migrate the majority of USDC on OP Mainnet from bridged USDC.e to native USDC.

The migration framework outlines a multifaceted approach designed to facilitate the transition while ensuring the DeFi protocols built on OP Mainnet are operating safely throughout the process. Key strategies include incentivizing DEX liquidity for USDC pairs and collaborating with lending protocols to transition USDC.e to native USDC. This framework aims to create an ecosystem where all stakeholders are naturally motivated to migrate by leveraging market forces, thereby maximizing the efficiency of the incentive programs.

Incentives will be directed towards the most actively traded DEX pools and those boasting the highest TVL, specifically targeting Uniswap v3 and Velodrome v2 pools.

Additionally, the three largest lending protocols, Aave, Exactly Protocol, and Sonne Finance, are also incentivized to ensure that native USDC yields remain attractive across OP Mainnet to both incentivize a rapid migration and ensure that bridged USDC.e remains in the ecosystem.

Monitoring and adjusting these incentives will be crucial to address any emerging challenges and ensure the migration's success, aiming for an 80% conversion to native USDC within a specified timeline in an efficient manner. This comprehensive strategy underscores the commitment to a smooth transition and sets a benchmark for similar migrations in the blockchain space.

Bridged vs. Native USDC

USDC issued by Circle will be native to OP Mainnet and can be considered the official form of USDC for the ecosystem. It is issued directly by Circle and backed 1:1 with US Dollars. This empowers developers to build on a stable foundation they can trust.

In the case of OP Mainnet, there also exists a “bridged” form of USDC known as USDC.e, which is USDC that has been bridged from Ethereum. Bridged USDC (USDC.e) is not issued by Circle and is not compatible with Circle Account or Circle APIs.

Previous Avalanche USDC.e Migration

In December 2021, Circle launched native USDC on Avalanche. At the time of the migration, most of the $1.44B Avalanche bridged USDC TVL existed in lending protocols, DEXs, Wallets, and collateralizing other stablecoins. This breakdown was simpler than the current OP Mainnet breakdown of bridged USDC.e in a few ways:

  • Limited derivative trading was happening at this time, meaning sticky margin collateral USDC didn’t need its own strategy.
  • A much smaller share was held in wallets, which proved to be the stickiest segment to migrate.
  • Generally, DeFi was less developed in 2021, with less composability, meaning more direct migrations.

The major source of USDC utility that needed to be migrated was lending pool liquidity. This was almost entirely on Aave v2 and Benqi.

The migration from bridged to native USDC happened reasonably smoothly on Avalanche. Initially, the uptake of native USDC was gradual, requiring 67 days to reach a 10% share of the total USDC circulation. Following this initial period, the adoption pace significantly accelerated, taking another 122 days to reach 70% share and 165 days to reach 80%.

Days for native USDC to reach different market share percentages on Avalanche:

  • Native USDC has not managed to sustain over 80% market share as the native supply has reduced.

The Avalanche USDC migration has a clear acceleration phase from February to July 2022. The share of bridged USDC.e went from 80% to 5% over this period. Looking into the share of holders of bridged USDC.e at the end of this period shows a significant shift from DeFi protocols to wallets.

DeFi protocols migrated the vast majority of their TVL, with bridges and DEXs predictably migrating slower to facilitate later migrations.

Today, most remaining bridged USDC on Avalanche is held in EOAs with small amounts in a wide range of DeFi protocols. Once the bulk of USDC.e supply was migrated, some passive holders were apathetic towards migrating their positions.

These laggards could either feel unincentivized to migrate or simply be disengaged. The relatively larger share of OP Mainnet bridged USDC.e held in wallets could pose a similar challenge.

Takeaways

  • Three distinct periods can be observed during the Avalanche USDC migration:
    • The first three months saw limited migration from bridged to native USDC.
      • Over this period, liquidity pools were formed on DEXs to allow efficient swapping of native USDC, bridges onboarded and built native USDC liquidity, and DeFi protocols onboarded the native token through governance.
      • Native USDC dominance, measured as the share of the total USDC supply made up of the native token, only reached around 5% over this period.
    • Over the following four months, native USDC dominance went from around 5% to 80%.
      • DeFi protocols migrated the majority of their holdings, leaving wallets holding over 70% of bridged USDC.e at the end of the period.
    • Once native USDC dominance reached 80%, it fluctuated around this level.
  • Bridged USDC.e supply has continued reducing along with native USDC.
  • As the total USDC supply on Avalanche increases, it is expected that the total bridged USDC.e supply will not increase in line, and its share will decrease further.
  • DeFi protocols naturally migrated as the utility of the different token versions switched. Utility is defined as the yield opportunities available.
  • This migration is viewed as a success, with the native token gaining an 80% market share and extremely limited TVL remaining in DeFi.
  • It is clear that some holders will continue to be insufficiently motivated to migrate. An 80% migration should be used as a benchmark to set expectations.

Current State of USDC on OP Mainnet

There is nearly $178m bridged USDC.e on OP Mainnet currently.

Relative to Avalanche in late 2021, DeFi on OP Mainnet is currently far more developed. As a result, bridged USDC.e is spread wider amongst different protocols, making the migration more complex.

Uses of USDC.e

The current breakdown of where the majority of bridged USDC.e is held is shown in the chart below. USDC.e used in lending protocols is under-represented by this holder breakdown as the majority of deposited tokens are lent out.

An analysis focused on identifying the leading protocols by their holdings of USDC.e, including tokens that are lent out, reveals a concentration among a select group of substantial, non-bridge protocols. These protocols are recommended to be the cornerstone of our migration strategy.

The following are all protocols holding more than $1m bridged USDC.e in their smart contracts, or their tokens lent out. Bridges are excluded from the table below as their liquidity will likely migrate naturally.

Uses of USDC

Native USDC is mostly held in wallets and on DEXs currently. It has been onboarded to Aave v3 but currently has a less than 20% share of total USDC.

USDC.e and USDC DEX Liquidity on OP Mainnet

The most effective means of transitioning activity from bridged USDC.e pools to native USDC pools begins with a focus on the venues where USDC crosses are currently trading. This allows low-friction migrations via DEX pools and naturally makes native USDC DEX pairs more attractive, as there would be better execution in multi-hop swaps.

At the same time, high TVL DEX pools should be incentivized to speed up the migration and avoid the risk of any stalls in progress.

Trading data of major USDC (both varieties) pools over the past three months show the majority of activity in both forms of USDC happening on Uniswap v3.

There is $38m bridged USDC.e TVL on OP Mainnet DEXs, while only $2.8m native USDC on these DEXs.

DEX Volume Share of Major USDC and USDC.e Pairs on OP Mainnet

The majority of bridged USDC.e TVL is currently on Velodrome, while the majority of trading activity happens on Uniswap.

Native USDC DEX TVL is more evenly distributed, but an even higher share of trading activity happens on Uniswap. There is currently approximately $64m native USDC on OP Mainnet.

Current Slippage to Migrate

There is currently tolerable slippage to swap bridged for native USDC up to approximately $100,000. Beyond this, the low native USDC TVL becomes a limiter, and slippage increases significantly.

* Slippage as at 2024/02/16 9:30 UTC

Velodrome

Currently, only four pools on Velodrome v2 accept native USDC. None of these are major pools currently and work will need to be done to create and bootstrap new pools utilizing native USDC rather than bridged USDC.e. The current four live pools are:

  • VolatileV2 AMM - USDC/TAROT
  • StableV2 AMM - USDC/ERN
  • StableV2 AMM - USDC/USDC.e
  • StableV2 AMM - USDC/USDGLO

Most major bridged USDC.e crosses have well-developed Velodrome pools. The largest can be seen below:

The significant Total Value Locked (TVL) in Velodrome and its notable role in OP Mainnet DEX activity suggests that a tailor-made solution is necessary for transitioning these pools to native USDC.

Uniswap

Uniswap v3 is slightly further along with creating the important USDC trading pair pools. All still have relatively little liquidity, with only the top 3 having over $100k USDC.

  • USDC-WETH 5bps
  • USDC-USDC.e 1bp
  • OP-USDC 30bps
  • USDC-USDGLO 1bp
  • USDC-USDC.e 5bps
  • USDC-WLD 100bps
  • USDC-USDT 1bp

The majority of trading involving USDC happens on Uniswap. Driving LPs towards native USDC pools is important in shifting DEX trading to this version of USDC and improving its utility in DeFi.

Takeaways

  • The on-chain ecosystem around native USDC on makes the migration more complex. is significantly less developed than the bridged USDC.e ecosystem. As a result, there is more utility to holding the bridged token hindering the migration.
    • Most native USDC is held in wallets and on centralized exchanges, while bridged USDC.e is held in a wide range of DeFi applications.
    • There is $38m bridged USDC.e DEX TVL vs $2.8m native USDC TVL. This limits the ability of holders to migrate their tokens even if they are interested in doing so.

Migration Framework

As much as possible, this program is focused on creating an environment where all stakeholders are naturally incentivized to migrate by market forces to maximize the efficiency of the program in terms of incentives given.

This framework is specifically designed to achieve the following objectives:

De-risk the migration process for both bridged and native USDC

Ensure that there is sufficient DEX liquidity at each stage in the migration process to allow DeFi protocols to operate safely.

Create the natural incentives for DeFi protocols and their users to migrate to native USDC

Wherever possible, the focus will be on increasing the utility of native USDC relative to bridged USDC to allow market forces to convince holders to transition their holdings.

As DeFi protocols migrate to native USDC, bridges are incentivized to migrate

As the relative market share and activity level shift from bridged USDC to native USDC, bridge yields should shift in line, and TVL should move in line. This will be closely monitored to see whether external incentives are needed.

Centralized exchanges should also be naturally incentivized to migrate as users demand the more useful token

Given that centralized exchanges hold 11% of bridged USDC.e, they are expected to align their holdings with the demands of their users, favoring the token with greater utility on the network.

Holders of bridged USDC in their wallets should find little friction to migrate and naturally follow the same incentives as centralized exchanges to the more useful token

Similarly, individual holders of bridged USDC.e will find it in their interest to migrate to the token that offers them more utility, mirroring the motivations driving centralized exchanges toward the preferred token.

Execution Plan

The execution plan is focused on elevating native USDC utility to make it the preferable version of the token to hold. This should create the initial momentum in growing USDC TVL as liquidity providers chase these incentive yields while setting in motion a flywheel where increased utility increases yields driven by activity, which causes more TVL to migrate and so on.

The mechanism through which bridged USDC will be

Focus Area 1: Incentivize USDC DEX Liquidity in Major Pairs

The objectives of this focus area are:

  • Create sufficient USDC-USDC.e liquidity for users to migrate their positions at a low cost.
  • Migrate the USDC version in major trading pools to native USDC.
  • De-risk DeFi by ensuring sufficient DEX liquidity remains in both token versions throughout the migration.

The following strategies have been specifically tailored to meet these objectives, given the current state of USDC on OP Mainnet.

Projected Incentive Yields

These incentives were designed to add approximately 14% APR reward yields to the targeted pools in peak reward weeks. This yield would be incremental to existing fee yields and should be lucrative enough to cause liquidity to migrate.

There is currently approximately $700k of liquidity in USDC-USDC.e pools. These incentives are designed to increase this to $3.5m, allowing for low slippage and seamless user migrations.

In the high volume pools, aggregate TVL across Uniswap USDC and USDC.e pools is used as a reference as this program intends to migrate all of this to USDC. The required incentives are then estimated using this aggregate USDC TVL and the incentive schedule outlined below.

The high TVL pools are calculated using their current TVL. The required incentives are then estimated using this current bridged USDC TVL and the incentive schedule outlined below.

Strategy 1: Create deeper liquidity in the Uniswap v3 USDC-USDC.e 1bp pool.

This crucial step achieves two of the objectives above in one. It reduces the cost to users of migration by decreasing slippage and allowing larger trades. It also extends the liquidity of either USDC version to the other through low slippage, multi-hop swaps. This is a crucial risk mitigant in this process, allowing lending protocol liquidations involving either token to clear seamlessly.

Currently, there is just under $700k of liquidity in this pool, which has processed approximately 75% of the total volume in this pair over the past seven days. Using Arbitrum as a comparison in current conditions, the two concentrated liquidity pools on Algebra and Uniswap combined have around $3.3m liquidity.

Concentrated liquidity pools are ideally positioned for this pool by design, where liquidity can be concentrated in an extremely tight range in stable paired pools. The state of Arbitrum USDC-USDC.e activity and the large share of stablecoin-stablecoin DEX volumes across ecosystems confirms this.

Given the low current supply of native USDC on OP Mainnet, it is anticipated that this pool will attract fresh native USDC onto OP Mainnet while absorbing bridged USDC.e initially, which shifts pools as a result of strategies 2 and 3.

As users swap their bridged USDC.e for USDC, arbitrageurs are expected to rebalance this pool, as illustrated in the diagram above, by debridging USDC.e and minting native USDC. Over time, this pool has an important role to play in everything involved in this migration.

Strategy 2: Make the most actively traded USDC-cross pools native USDC pools

The DeFi utility of native USDC is increased by migrating the most active USDC-cross pools to that version. For example, these pools, such as the USDC-WETH pool, make up a high proportion of total DEX trading volume and are often used in multi-leg swaps. When these pools contain native USDC, it becomes cheaper and more efficient to swap native USDC, and the total amount of native USDC fees on OP Mainnet will increase.

Migrating these pools to native USDC provides another incentive for other pools and DeFi protocols to migrate. The chosen pools combined make up 80% of all DEX trading volume on OP Mainnet.

It is necessary to differentiate between high-volume and high-TVL pools, as not all the high-volume pools have high TVL. The pools meeting the criteria for this category are the most active pools by trading volume in the five highest-volume trading pairs on OP Mainnet over the past 30 days. These are all Uniswap v3 pools:

  • USDC-WETH 5bp
  • USDC-USDT 1bp
  • OP-USDC 30bp
  • DAI-USDC 1bp
  • USDC-WBTC 5bp

Strategy 3: Incentivize High TVL USDC DEX Pools to Migrate

Velodrome, as the liquidity launchpad of OP Mainnet, holds by far the most bridged USDC.e in its contracts of any protocol. This USDC.e is used as the base asset in a wide range of pools. Because of the size and distributed nature of this liquidity, Velodrome requires its own dedicated migration strategy. It should also be noted that all 16 DEX pools holding over $500k in USDC.e and not falling into strategies 1 or 2 are on Velodrome.

Velodrome has a built-in incentivization mechanism used by many protocols to incentivize liquidity for their tokens. Strategy 3 will involve adding OP incentives to any pool and shifting their own incentives from the USDC.e pool to the USDC pool. The OP incentives will be used pro-rate based on pool TVL.

Velodrome pools contain approximately $28m in TVL, and migrating them will transition 16% of total OP Mainnet bridged USDC.e.

Focus Area 2: Work with Lending Protocols to Migrate USDC.e to USDC

In lending protocols, the usage of stablecoins can be notably persistent, primarily because stablecoin borrowing utilization often remains high. Consequently, lenders have limited access to only a fraction of their deposits at any given time.

The three leading lending protocols on the OP Mainnet are Aave v3, Exactly Protocol, and Sonne Finance. Aave v3 supports both bridged and native USDC, whereas Exactly Protocol and Sonne Finance currently list only bridged USDC. For Exactly Protocol and Sonne Finance, a key preliminary step is listing native USDC. This action will set the foundation for implementing a similar migration strategy, aligning Exactly Protocol and Sonne Finance with the broader transition goals.

Once each lending protocol has onboarded native USDC, it will qualify for OP incentives to ensure that liquidity remains on OP Mainnet lending protocols and does not migrate elsewhere. These rewards will be allocated according to the current USDC.e supply share of the protocols, and to qualify, the protocols will need live native USDC markets.

To migrate borrowers, additional measures will be considered in regard to risk parameter updates:

Reserve Factors

These protocols utilize a reserve factor model, wherein a specific portion of the interest accrued from borrowing is allocated to the protocol's treasury.

This reserve factor presents an opportunity to organically encourage lenders using bridged USDC to transition their lending to native USDC. The proposed method involves regular, incremental increases in the reserve factor, which would effectively reduce the yield on bridged USDC. As lenders start moving their capital from bridged to native USDC, the borrow rates for bridged USDC will naturally rise, creating a compelling incentive for borrowers to also switch their loans to native USDC.

Interest Rates

Interest rate curves can also be increased to further increase the cost of borrowing to incentivize repayment. This should be done in conjunction with reserve factor increases to ensure that USDC.e yields do not increase for lenders.

Collateral Factors

To minimize the usage of USDC.e as collateral, strategies could include lowering liquidation thresholds and loan-to-value ratios or, as an alternative measure, completely disabling the asset's use as collateral.

Focus Area 3: Single Token Protocols

Aevo and Perpetual Protocol currently hold significant balances in bridged USDC.e. As the liquidity of native USDC is expected to surpass that of bridged USDC.e, these protocols should naturally be incentivized to migrate collateral balances of their traders. This transition is not just preferred by liquidity providers for its higher liquidity, but it's also preferable from a protocol risk management perspective.

In this context, it's important to note that traders who have control over these USDC balances are typically more focused on their trades than on the specific type of USDC used as margin. Therefore, a targeted strategy is necessary to ensure that holding native USDC is more beneficial for traders compared to bridged USDC.e. This approach involves addressing specific risks and enhancing the utility for traders using native USDC.

Our strategy includes working closely with the teams and governance bodies of Aevo and Perpetual Protocol to assist them in migrating to the more liquid USDC version, thus reducing risk. The migration strategy should follow a principle similar to that used in lending protocols, where bridged USDC.e is gradually treated less favorably due to efficiency parameters. This gradual shift will incentivize the controllers of the bridged tokens to migrate, thereby improving their overall trading experience.

The first steps in this process involve introducing native USDC as an allowable form of collateral within these protocols. Following this, the protocol insurance funds that are currently in bridged USDC should be transitioned to native USDC. This initial move sets the stage for a broader and more comprehensive token migration, aligning with the overall goal of improving the relative utility of native USDC.

No rewards are projected to be needed to incentivize this segment. However, this will be closely monitored, and should the need arise, our strategy will be adjusted accordingly.

Bridges

There is not a strict need for native USDC liquidity on bridges due to the ability to mint directly from Circle. Evidence from the Avalanche migration (prior to the release of Chainlink CCIP, which Circle has adopted) shows the Stargate bridge as the second-largest holder of native USDC.

The initial strategy is thus not to incentivize bridge TVL. However, this will be closely monitored, and should the need arise, our strategy will be adjusted accordingly.

Success Metrics

Our approach to measuring the success of the USDC migration is defined by several key performance indicators, which are crafted to assess the initiative's impact:

  • Migration Progress: We'll use historical migrations, such as the one observed with Avalanche, as a reference point to gauge our migration pace. Our goal is to achieve a significant conversion of OP Mainnet's USDC.e supply to native USDC, seeking gradual progress post-launch, with an increase in migration rate anticipated with the increase in incentives.
  • Efficiency of Incentive Utilization: The focus here is on strategically deploying incentives to foster migration in a cost-effective manner. Efficiency will be inferred from how migration objectives are met relative to the resources allocated, emphasizing prudent resource management.
  • Retention of Stablecoin Supply: A critical aspect of the migration's success will be monitoring and maintaining the overall stablecoin supply within the OP Mainnet. The initiative is designed not just for the transition but also to support the stablecoin ecosystem's health and growth on the platform. The growth in total USDC supply from the level at the start of the program will be used to measure success here.

Chaos Labs is dedicated to facilitating a smooth and effective transition from USDC.e to native USDC on OP Mainnet. Our strategy is informed by our deep experience and learnings from similar transitions, and we are eager to apply our expertise to this significant project, adjusting our approach as necessary to align with the evolving dynamics of the migration.

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Omer Goldberg
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.

Omer Goldberg
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.

Omer Goldberg
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.

Omer Goldberg
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.

Omer Goldberg
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.

Omer Goldberg
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.

Omer Goldberg
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.

Omer Goldberg
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.

Omer Goldberg
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.

Omer Goldberg
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.

Omer Goldberg
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.

Omer Goldberg
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.

Omer Goldberg
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.

Omer Goldberg
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.

Omer Goldberg
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.

Omer Goldberg
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.

Omer Goldberg
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.

Omer Goldberg
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!

Omer Goldberg
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.

Omer Goldberg
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.

Omer Goldberg
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.

Omer Goldberg
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.

Omer Goldberg
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.

Omer Goldberg
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

Omer Goldberg
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.

Omer Goldberg
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.

Omer Goldberg
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
Cover Image for Chaos Labs Dives Deep Into AAVE v3 Data Validity

Chaos Labs Dives Deep Into AAVE v3 Data Validity

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

Ron Lev
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.

Omer Goldberg
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.

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

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.

Omer Goldberg
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
Cover Image for Chaos Labs Open Sources Chainlink Price Feed NPM Module

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.

Omer Goldberg
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.

Omer Goldberg
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.

Omer Goldberg
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