Aave Weekly: Protocol Performance & Governance Update

Thanks Alex for posting this. Super helpful. Do you happen to have the on-chain addresses for the ecosystem collectors? I see that the Ethereum ecosystem collector got ~$300k over the week. Where does the remainder of the $675k go? Is it a polygon address?

So you have
Ethereum Ecosystem Collector

Polygon Ecosystem Collector

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hi,when W30 report will be released?

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Thanks for the reminder, its here

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Great summary as always, Alex. Liquidations seem to happen more often on Polygon as a ratio to liquidity when compared to V2 - why do we think that is?

I think this can be explained by:

  • The Polygon market is more capital efficient with 50% Utilisation VS 42% on the V2 market
  • V2 liquidity is also more whales driven, they have higher exposures so hopefully more monitoring/risk management
  • MATIC has been particularly volatile and responsible for many liquidations on the Polygon Market (not this week 31 but previously)

Thanks Alex - the second point is most interesting, a reflection on the behavior of layer two users.

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Hey @Alex_BertoG these are great. On this report I came across the ‘ecosystem collector’. Can I ask:

  • What is the money used for - is it for overheads, security etc?
  • How does it generate the income - % of the interest of borrowing and lending?

Just curious. Thank you!

Hi @jamieg

At the moment, the liquidity collected in aTokens has just been compounding interests in the ecosystem collectors. It adds up to the Treasury which also includes the AAVE Ecosystem Reserve which usually finances ecosystem spendings such as liquidity mining or the Grants DAO. You can track how the treasury is doing on: Dune Analytics

The ecosystem collects a share of the interests paid by borrowers, as defined by the Reserve Factor, generally 10-35% of the interest rates based on the risks of the underlying asset. More details in Risk Parameters - Risk

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hi, please do not forget post the weekly updates here

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