The Maker Foundation Interim Governance Facilitator has placed an Executive Vote into the voting system, which will enable the community to approve a series of fixes to the protocol
At 22:25 UTC today, MKR holders made history, ratifying the collection of system parameters needed to activate Multi-Collateral Dai (MCD), and paving the way for its release on Monday, November 18.
Below is a list of partners that have already integrated with one of our MCD Kovan testnet deployments.
Governance Poll: Should we keep at least a 10 million Dai buffer in the debt ceiling until the launch of MCD?
An on-chain executive vote will be created by the Interim Governance Facilitator at any time the difference between the Dai Supply and the Debt Ceiling is less than 10 million, (even if only for one block.)
The Maker Foundation's highest priority is the security of the Maker Protocol. As such, we have dedicated many resources (internal and external) to our security efforts surrounding the launch of Multi-Collateral Dai (MCD) on November 18.
In Multi-Collateral Dai (MCD), users will be able to lock-up Dai and think of the Dai Savings Rate as an earnings account for their crypto.
We offer a guide on how to create and run your own Auction Keeper bot(s) in MCD.
This blog post provides an overview of the security roadmap that our teams are working on in the run-up to launch.
A key to the success of Multi-Collateral Dai (MCD) is ensuring the system supports dynamic and diverse collateral types. Today, we’re publishing proposed guidelines and information to help the Maker Community and token projects suggest tokens that they believe will benefit MakerDAO and Dai.
DeFi is a fast-growing movement on pace to augment conventional financial services. But there’s a learning curve to navigating it, and mistakes can be made.