June saw a number of Maker Governance polls and votes, and several community updates in the Maker Forum, including those regarding MakerDAO Core Units and their budgets.
In May, the MakerDAO community added additional Vault types to the Liquidations 2.0 framework and voted on Oracle updates, Core Unit budgets, and more.
Last month, the Maker community focused on learning more about, voting on, and eventually ratifying a significant upgrade to the Maker Protocol’s Liquidations System—Liquidations 2.0.
n March, the content spotlight was on DeFi and governance, beginning with a beautifully designed infographic illustrating the brief history of decentralized finance and ending with part one of a three-part blog series titled Informed Voting. Everything in between is also yours to discover, and it’s all here.
From fun and informative blog posts to a powerful new Maker governance tool, it’s all detailed here.
This first Making Maker of the year covers notable protocol and community developments from December 2020 through January 2021. But before we dig into them, let’s take a look at the latest figures from daistats.com as of February 1, 2021, 11:30 am PT.
Dai use cases are on the rise, too, and the Maker community has stepped up this month with new tools and documentation to facilitate further growth and, ultimately, full decentralization.
A lot more has happened since the September Making Maker, and it’s all here.
September saw a series of increases in the Dai debt ceiling, as the amount of Dai generated continues to climb closer to a major milestone of 1 billion!
A lot has happened since the last Making Maker! August was all about the Dai debt ceiling, the first Maker Foundation hackathon, governance updates, and more.