title: [ARFC] STG onboarding on AaveV3 Ethereum Market
author: Alice Rozengarden @Alice - Aave-chan initiative
This ARFC is proposing to add the STG token from Stargate to the AaveV3 Ethereum market in isolation mode.
Stargate is a composable, omnichain bridge built on top of the LayerZero protocol. Its goal is to bring enhanced utility to users and Dapps by allowing the transfer of assets across chains from unified liquidity with immediate and guaranteed finality.
Having reached $15 Billion in cumulative volume and ranked first in bridged volume over the last month, Stargate is becoming the most used bridge. Its token, the STG is using a linear ve-locking to offer governance power and fee redistribution to it’s users. With a circulating supply of 200M over the 1000M expected it brings the capitalization to $90M.
Integrating the STG token into the Ethereum Aave v3 will enhance asset diversification, offering borrowers and lenders expanded avenues to leverage the protocol. This integration will empower users to deposit STG as collateral and borrow STG, paving the way for new revenue streams for Aave.
This onboarding is considered in isolation mode with conservative LTV and debt ceiling parameters to limit protocol exposure.
We propose the following parameters according to ChaosLabs’s recommendations:
|Supply Cap (STG)||10,000,000|
|Borrow Cap (STG)||5,500,000|
|Liquidation Protocol Fee||10.00%|
|Base Stable Rate Offset||3.00%|
|Stable Rate Excess Offset||5.00%|
|Optimal Stable To Total Debt Ratio||20.00%|
|Borrowed in Isolation||No|
- Ticker: STG
- Contract Address: 0xaf5191b0de278c7286d6c7cc6ab6bb8a73ba2cd6
- Chainlink Oracle STG/USD: 0x7A9f34a0Aa917D438e9b6E630067062B7F8f6f3d
This proposal is powered by Skyward.
The author isn’t compensated by Stargate Finance for this ARFC.
The following steps are as follow:
- gather community feedback and @Gauntlet recommendations on this ARFC.
- Publish a snapshot of the risk providers’ recommendations.
- If said snapshot is successful, escalate to an AIP.
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