This ARC presents the community with a first step towards addressing the current issues with the Aave V3 Market on Harmony in the aftermath of the exploit on Harmony’s Horizon Bridge.
This proposal calls for the Aave Guardian to freeze all reserves on the Aave V3 deployment on Harmony. This action would protect users by disabling the ability to deposit or borrow assets in the Aave V3 Market on Harmony, while still allowing repayment of debt, liquidations, withdrawals and changes to the interest rates. Freezing the reserves will not interfere with any direct transfers to any of the aToken contracts.
This proposed action is a first step that will protect users.It will give the Aave DAO full flexibility to further address the issue, by interest rate adjustments or other actions as the situation continues to develop.
If passed, this AIP will call upon the Aave Guardian to call the setReserveFreeze() function with the appropriate parameters on each asset in the Aave V3 Market on Harmony. In addition, passing this AIP will also authorize the necessary changes to the IPFS Aave UI to support this change (disabling supply and borrow) as well as implementing additional warnings and alerts to educate users attempting to interact with the Aave V3 Market on Harmony.
I second this, something needs to be done to fix AAVE on Harmony. I don’t understand why people who deposited on AAVE are being held responsible for the hack, and not those who actually used the bridge.
This really destroys trust in AAVE. Why would anyone ever deposited into AAVE, if an unrelated exploit can have you lose your supplied funds.
We can confirm that only the change on the LINK interest rate strategy is pending, mainly because of Aave Guardian coordination requirements and especially because the Harmony chain infrastructure (e.g. RPCs) is not really reliable at the moment.
Depending on timing on the Aave Guardian, it should be a matter of days.