stMATIC SupplyCap Increase Polygon v3
Llama proposes increasing the stMATIC Supply Cap on Polygon to facilitate an expansion of the stMATIC/wMATIC loop strategy.
The utilisation of the stMATIC reserve has reached 100% and this proposal seeks to increase the SupplyCap to 15M units up from 7.5M units.
Increasing the SupplyCap will enable users to deposit stMATIC and enter the recursive stMATIC/wMATIC yield strategy.
Lido DAO currently has the ability to distribute LDO rewards on the Polygon v3 deployment. Due to the stMATIC SupplyCap being reached there is little to no incentive for Lido DAO to distribute LDO rewards. This proposal seeks to encourage Lido DAO to distribute LDO rewards, as early as March on the Aave v3 Polygon liquidity pools.
Over the previous months, Llama has been working with various communities to craft favourable conditions on Aave v3 Polygon to facilitate the creation of several yield aggregation products. The below proposals details are applicable to stMATIC:
- Proposal: Add Support for stMATIC (Lido)
- ARFC Aave v3 Polygon wMATIC Interest Rate Update
- ARFC LDO Emission_Admin for Polygon v3 Liquidity Pool
- ARFC stMATIC & MaticX Emission_Admin for Polygon v3 Liquidity Pool
This proposal is a continuation of the above work.
Analysis performed by Gauntlet generated a conservative and aggressive SupplyCap ceiling of 16.17M and 24.26M units respectively.
Chaos Lab's supports increasing the SupplyCap to 15M units. This follows the general rule of thumb that SupplyCap should not be more than doubled in any single proposal.
As Chaos Lab's recommendation is less than the maximum conservative SupplyCap presented by Gauntlet's methodology, Llama proposes increasing the SupplyCap to 15M SupplyCap.
With reference to the new ARFC Aave V3 Caps update Framework it is possible to ship several upgrades to gradually increasing Aave's exposure to stMATIC over time.
The following risk parameters being proposed have been reviewed by Gauntlet and Chaos Labs.
|Parameter||Current Value||Proposed Value|
|SupplyCap||7.5M units||15M units|
A list of relevant links like for this proposal:
Chaos Labs and Gauntlet both contributed to the development of the ARFC forum post.
The proposal Payload was reviewed by Bored Ghost Developing.
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