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. The Maker Foundation, meanwhile, published the final part of its three-part Informed Voting series and focused on its dissolution, which is targeted for December 31, 2021, at the latest. There’s much more to cover, but first, let’s take a look at the latest figures from daistats.com as of June 1, 2021, 10:00 a.m. PT.
Dissolution of the Maker Foundation is targeted for the end of the year, at the latest. Logistical actions will need to be taken, and progress reports will be published.
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The Complete Informed Voting Series:
Discover three tools that provide Dai and Maker Protocol data points to assist MKR holders in voting, and one new resource that enables users to view more extensive data regarding recent and historical governance vote results.
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Governance Polls and Executive Votes in May 2021
- May 31: Governance Polls: Add new Vault Types
- May 28: Executive Vote: Urgent Changes, Oracle Whitelisting, Liquidations 2.0 Activations
- May 24: Governance Poll: Whitelist B.Protocol on WBTCUSD Oracle (MIP10c9-SP27 and MIP10c9-SP28) and Executive Vote: Approve May 2021 Governance Cycle
- May 17: Governance Polls: Greenlight Polls, Liquidations 2.0 Framework, and more
- May 15: Parameter Changes and Oracle Updates
- May 10: Governance Polls: Inclusion Polls and Parameter Changes
- May 7: Executive Vote: Liquidations 2.0 Activations, Transfer May Core Unit Budgets
- May 3: Governance Polls: Add Multiple Vault Types to the Liquidations 2.0 Framework, and more
Miss This? Maker Governance Review: April 2021
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