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In the wake of Alchemix’s troubled alETH release, Curve Finance has produced two governance proposals targeting tangential products of the automated loan repayment protocol. There’s also been a flurry of chatter about possible legal action as the dustup accelerates.
In the wake of Alchemix’s troubled alETH release, Curve Finance has produced two governance proposals targeting tangential products of the automated loan repayment protocol. There’s also been a flurry of chatter about possible legal action as the dustup accelerates.
The first target — Curve’s own alUSD pool. Charlie Watkins, project lead at Curve, proposed removing the alUSD gauge. This would mean that liquidity providers in the alUSD pool would no longer receive Curve’s CRV rewards, which spur liquidity provisions.
The first target — Curve’s own alUSD pool. Charlie Watkins, project lead at Curve, proposed removing the alUSD gauge. This would mean that liquidity providers in the alUSD pool would no longer receive Curve’s CRV rewards, which spur liquidity provisions.
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