It’s been an action-packed month for Maker! Stability Fee increases, a long-awaited update on Multi-Collateral Dai, a new campaign launch in Korea, and more.
Let’s begin with the latest statistics from mkr.tools.
A series of Governance votes this month resulted in an overall stability fee increase to 7.5%. Actors that drove the increase include exchange prices persisting below $1, high inventory levels among market makers and prop desks, and no attributable impact from earlier fee increases.
To stay current on Governance, Risk, and Community issues, bookmark the MakerDAO Public Events Calendar. Newcomers might want to dive into our series of posts on the MakerDao Governance Risk Framework.
Our main focus in the past few months has been the development and release of the Multi-Collateral Dai (MCD) core contracts on the Kovan testnet as we work toward a full MCD mainnet release. We’ve also focused on contract interaction with our core products and tools. In our latest published update, The Road to Multi-Collateral Dai, we provide an overview of how to get started, including a breakdown of how to get Kovan-ETH and K-Collateral Tokens. As always, you can see the latest MCD contracts here.
To drive awareness of Dai in Korea, and build on the tremendous support of the Korean community, the National Relayer Campaign will soon be launched. A dozen key players, including VCs, incubators, and exchanges have advocated for Dai usage and encouraged adoption through projects for funding and integrating Dai in their dapps.
Ethereum developers from around the world gathered at the EthCC 2019 conference in Paris in early March. Coinhouse, sponsor of the event, noted the following in its wrap-up: “The name of the conference was EthCC, but it could have been called MakerCC, as almost every project has taken an interest in using MakerDAO and especially the DAI stable coin. It is quite incredible how DAI is imposing itself as a standard for exchanging non-volatile value on top of the Ethereum network.” So proud of the Maker team!
Read the postmortem on the Oasis contract upgrade that fixed a detected vulnerability.
Here are some notable integrations this month: