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Dai(DAI)는 Ethereum Blockchain에 구축된 USD-pegged 스테이블 코인으로, 중앙 집중화된 권한이 없다. 스마트 계약에 내장된 가격 매커니즘을 통해 $1 USD을 유지합니다. Dai가 1달러 이상일 때, 스마트 계약 가격 메커니즘은 가격을 낮추는 데 효과적입니다. 반대로 Dai의 가치가 1달러 미만일 때 스마트 계약 가격 결정 메커니즘은 가격을 인상하는 데 효과적입니다. Dai는 다른 ERC20 토큰처럼 자유롭게 거래될 수 있으며, Ethereum 지갑이 있는 사람은 누구나 중간 관리자 없이 소유, 인수 및 양도할 수 있습니다.

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Executive Vote to Raise th ...

The Maker Foundation Interim Risk Team will place an Executive Vote proposal into the voting system to enact a new Dai Stability Fee of 7.5%.The Executive Vote (FAQ) will begin on Friday, March 22nd at 5 pm UTC and will continue until the number of votes surpasses the previous Executive Vote total. This will be a continuous approval vote.ReviewThe increase to the Stability Fee was discussed in the Governance call on Thursday, March 21, and ratified by the community in a formal Governance Poll. Please review the Video, Audio, Transcript, and the online discussion to inform your position prior to voting.Key factors under consideration for increasing the Stability Fee are:Exchange price persists below $1High inventory levels among market makers and prop desksNo attributable impact from the previous Stability Fee increasesAnalysisAn examination of the available data strongly suggests a Stability Fee increase is warranted. The exchange price of Dai across several major exchanges has been consistently hovering in the $0.96 to $0.99 range for two months. Decentralized exchanges with sufficient volume/liquidity also confirm the same discrepancy.Below is an average price chart of the Dai trade history.Informal discussions with several large Dai market makers have suggested that inventory levels have run high, and balance sheet capacity has diminished. Informal polling through various community channels has also shown strong support for an increase.ResourcesAdditional information about the Governance process can be found in the Governance Risk Framework: Governing MakerDAODemos, help and instructional material for the Governance Dashboard can be found at Awesome MakerDAO.To participate in future Governance calls, please join us every Thursday at 17:00 UTC.To add current and upcoming votes to your calendar please see the MakerDAO Public Events Calendar.Executive Vote to Raise the Stability Fee to 7.5% was originally published in MakerDAO on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Dai

19. 03. 26

#PiDai for #PiDay: Tweetin ...

Courtesy: USA TODAYMakerDAO joins the #PiDay celebration by encouraging donations to charityPiDay (March 14th) has been long celebrated as a geek holiday, so MakerDAO, in conjunction with our friends at @SendCrypto, are happy to announce a way for the crypto community to celebrate the date and help make the world a better place.How?Thanks to the magic of the @SendCrypto bot, Twitter users are able to donate their Dai, xDai, Ether, or many other supported ERC20 tokens directly from their tweets to one of the many charities just by sending a simple message: “@SendCrypto @EFF $3.14”Why donate with your crypto?The benefits are huge. By donating your tokens to charity, a whole host of intermediaries, banks, and random fee collectors are removed in favor of a system that is transparent and instant. That means the least number of people between your donation and the people who need it most.Maker Matching DonationsSeeing as transparency and social good are fundamental pieces of Maker’s vision, we want #PiDai for #PiDay to be as meaningful as possible. The team at Maker will gladly match any donations that help meet the first three thresholds for each charity.For example:If donations to NeedsList hit the first three thresholds of $3.14, $31.41, and $314.15, we will match the total sum of $348.70 and send it to NeedsList as well.If any other charities reach any of those three milestones, we’ll match those too!Get InvolvedDoing good doesn’t get any easier than this: simply tweet to @SendCrypto and add the @ handle of one of the charities below with the amount you’d like to donate.Some examples:To send 3.14 Dai directly to the EFF’s wallet: “@SendCrypto @EFF $3.14”To send 31.41 xDai directly to Unicef NZ’s wallet: “@SendCrypto @UnicefNZ x$31.41”To send 5 dollars in Eth directly to Unicef NZ’s wallet: “@SendCrypto @UnicefNZ $5 ETH”Other tokens are accepted as well, just substitute the token symbol in the tweet:REQ: Request NetworkKNC: Kyber NetworkDGX: DigixOMG: OmiseGoBAT: Basic Attention TokenLINK: ChainLINKKIN: KinZRX: 0xLeaderboardThroughout the campaign anyone can see who has donated, and how much each charity has raised, by going to: https://sendcryptobot.io/piday/We’ll be using this to track donations, and giving shout outs to users who made significant contributions to help reach milestones.List of CharitiesLastly, please take some time to research into the charities below, see what they’re involved in, and find one that speaks to you.EFF (@EFF)Needslist (@NeedsList4Good)Unicef NZ (@UnicefNZ)Castro Limon (@CastroLimon)Give Directly (@Give_directly)Giveth (@Givethio)GraceAid (@GRACERefugeeAid)If they all speak to you, and you’re feeling particularly charitable, you can donate to all of them!#PiDai for #PiDay: Tweeting crypto for good was originally published in MakerDAO on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Dai

19. 03. 12

Raise the Stability Fee to ...

The Maker Foundation Interim Risk Team will place an Executive Vote proposal into the voting system to enact a new Dai Stability Fee of 3.5%.The Executive Vote (FAQ) will be begin on Friday, March 8th at 4pm UTC and will continue until the number of votes surpass the previous Executive Vote total. This will be a continuous approval vote.ReviewThe increase to the Stability Fee was discussed in the Governance call on Thursday, February 28. Please review the Video, Audio, Transcript, and the online discussion to inform your position prior to voting.Key factors under consideration for increasing the Stability Fee are:Exchange price persists below $1High inventory levels among market makers and prop desksNo attributable impact from the previous Stability Fee increasesAnalysisAn examination of the available data strongly suggests a Stability Fee increase is warranted. The exchange price of Dai across several major exchanges, such as Coinbase Pro and Bitfinex, has been consistently hovering in the $0.975 to $0.985 range for 1–2 months. Decentralized exchanges with sufficient volume/liquidity, such as Eth2Dai, also confirm the same discrepancy.Below is an average price chart of the Dai trade history.Informal discussions with several large Dai market makers have suggested that inventory levels have run high, and balance sheet capacity has diminished. Informal polling through various community channels has also shown strong support for an increase.Incentivizing CDP closures through a Stability Fee increase (thereby reducing outstanding Dai) is strongly viewed as the appropriate action.Proposed ChangeIn February, the Stability Fee was increased twice, each time by 0.5%. The impact of this combined 1% increase was negligible, indicating that neither the target Stability Fee nor the incremental change was appropriate.Accordingly, the internal Risk Team suggests that the incremental step size for this and future proposals be increased by 2% until the trend in the peg has been corrected.Next StepsIf an increase to 3.5% is insufficient as measured over the following 7 days, another proposal will be put forth for a subsequent 2% increase.— -ResourcesAdditional information about the Governance process can be found in the Governance Risk Framework: Governing MakerDAODemos, help and instructional material for the Governance Dashboard can be found at Awesome MakerDAO.To participate in future Governance calls, please join us every Thursday at 17:00 UTC.To add current and upcoming votes to your calendar please see the MakerDAO Public Events Calendar.Raise the Stability Fee to 3.5% was originally published in MakerDAO on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Dai

19. 03. 08

Raise the Stability Fee to ...

The Maker Foundation Interim Risk Team will place an Executive Vote proposal into the voting system to enact a new Dai Stability Fee of 3.5%.The Executive Vote (FAQ) will be begin on Friday, March 8th at 4pm UTC and will continue until the number of votes surpass the previous Executive Vote total. This will be a continuous approval vote.ReviewThe increase to the Stability Fee was discussed in the Governance call on Thursday, February 28. Please review the Video, Audio, Transcript, and the online discussion to inform your position prior to voting.Key factors under consideration for increasing the Stability Fee are:Exchange price persists below $1High inventory levels among market makers and prop desksNo attributable impact from the previous Stability Fee increasesAnalysisAn examination of the available data strongly suggests a Stability Fee increase is warranted. The exchange price of Dai across several major exchanges, such as Coinbase Pro and Bitfinex, has been consistently hovering in the $0.975 to $0.985 range for 1–2 months. Decentralized exchanges with sufficient volume/liquidity, such as Eth2Dai, also confirm the same discrepancy.Below is an average price chart of the Dai trade history.Informal discussions with several large Dai market makers have suggested that inventory levels have run high, and balance sheet capacity has diminished. Informal polling through various community channels has also shown strong support for an increase.Incentivizing CDP closures through a Stability Fee increase (thereby reducing outstanding Dai) is strongly viewed as the appropriate action.Proposed ChangeIn February, the Stability Fee was increased twice, each time by 0.5%. The impact of this combined 1% increase was negligible, indicating that neither the target Stability Fee nor the incremental change was appropriate.Accordingly, the internal Risk Team suggests that the incremental step size for this and future proposals be increased by 2% until the trend in the peg has been corrected.Next StepsIf an increase to 3.5% is insufficient as measured over the following 7 days, another proposal will be put forth for a subsequent 2% increase.— -ResourcesAdditional information about the Governance process can be found in the Governance Risk Framework: Governing MakerDAODemos, help and instructional material for the Governance Dashboard can be found at Awesome MakerDAO.To participate in future Governance calls, please join us every Thursday at 17:00 UTC.To add current and upcoming votes to your calendar please see the MakerDAO Public Events Calendar.Raise the Stability Fee to 3.5% was originally published in MakerDAO on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Dai

19. 03. 08

MakerDAO Focuses on Korea:

MakerDAO Focuses on KoreaNational Relayer Campaign Designed to Drive Awareness and Adoption of DaiSince the official launch of the MakerDAO Korean community in November 2018, a number of notable projects and companies have signed on to support the Dai ecosystem. Integrations by VANTA, Coinduck, and Metaps are all examples of how leading organizations are fostering the Dai ecosystem in Korea.VANTA accepted Dai for its presale, and is planning to bring Dai into its ecosystem. Coinduck, which is the most popular Korean fiat-crypto application, integrated Dai — making it accessible by more than 1000 partner stores and 13,000+ KYC confirmed users in Korea. Metaps accepted Dai for its gift card sale, which sold out within a few minutes.To build on the strong support for Dai in Korea, the National Relayer campaign in Korea is launching soon.The campaign is a community-driven effort that involves twelve Relayers that consist of Korean cryptocurrency exchanges, incubators, and VCs. These Relayers will introduce Korean projects that are in the early investment stage to Maker for integration. They will also promote Dai usage in various ways, including encouraging their associated projects to fundraise and integrate Dai in their dapps.Many Relayers are already taking steps to help the Dai ecosystem, and we’re excited to see them building strong use cases from Korea!List of RelayersBlockWater CapitalBlockwater Management is a leading digital asset investment and advisory firm based out of Korea. We actively invest and advise projects focused on bringing blockchain enabled projects to real world applications.Block PatchBlock Patch is a blockchain consulting and incubator firm. We support project building, marketing, and event organizing to make a better blockchain ecosystem.CGEX (Coinone Global Exchange)CGEX is a global crypto-to-crypto exchange launched by Coinone, one of the largest cryptocurrency exchanges in Korea. Specifically designed for savvy investors, CGEX envisions ‘Innovation Beyond Finance’ to become a highly secure and convenient platform that provides institution-grade services.FoundationXFoundationX is a blockchain accelerator, building a blockchain business ecosystem. We are united under a single purpose of innovating and transforming technology to deliver more exciting, interactive and decentralized future.GOPAXGOPAX is a tech-oriented cryptocurrency exchange. It is a forerunner in cryptocurrency exchange operating standards, being the first exchange in the world to acquire ISO 27001 and ISMS security certification. GOPAX continues to contribute to the healthy development of the blockchain ecosystem.Hexlant / Token BankHexlant is a laboratory specialized in blockchain security and blockchain technology development. Hexlant provides smart contract audit and cryptocurrency wallet technical supports by working with major blockchain foundations and exchanges.Hexlant research team publishes top class research papers on blockchain technology and industry.Hillstone PartnersHillstone Partners is a company founded by executives of Korea’s first M&A company, and is carrying out a business strategy that focuses on development of a platform that supports not only funds but also other PE funds and combinations based on its overseas blockchain network.NEOPLYNEOPLY, a Seoul-based startup accelerator, is focused on investing in early-stage startups. We provide mentoring, angel-funding and workspace for startups. We have invested in more than 42 startups since 2008.RocketFuelRocketFuel is a global VC that focuses on enriching innovative industries.SEED VCSEED VC is a startup accelerator. We provide investment and community service for blockchain projects.Upside / MetapsUpside / Metaps: A group of blockchain fintech companies operating across Korea and Japan, connection the gap between the cryptocurrency and the commerce network world. Key businesses: UPXIDE(exchange),CryptoCard(cryptocurrency coupons),and SmartPlus (payment).Welcome DecentWelcomeDecent is a blockchain expert group providing a diverse range of blockchain-related services including ICO consulting, accelerating, incubating, fund raising, marketing and CS.Learn more about MakerDAO:Website: https://makerdao.com/ Twitter:https://twitter.com/makerdao Medium: https://medium.com/makerdao Reddit:https://www.reddit.com/r/MakerDAO/KakaoTalk: https://open.kakao.com/o/giWg6J2 password: makerMakerDAO Focuses on Korea: was originally published in MakerDAO on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Dai

19. 03. 08

MakerDAO Focuses on Korea:

MakerDAO Focuses on KoreaNational Relayer Campaign Designed to Drive Awareness and Adoption of DaiSince the official launch of the MakerDAO Korean community in November 2018, a number of notable projects and companies have signed on to support the Dai ecosystem. Integrations by VANTA, Coinduck, and Metaps are all examples of how leading organizations are fostering the Dai ecosystem in Korea.VANTA accepted Dai for its presale, and is planning to bring Dai into its ecosystem. Coinduck, which is the most popular Korean fiat-crypto application, integrated Dai — making it accessible by more than 1000 partner stores and 13,000+ KYC confirmed users in Korea. Metaps accepted Dai for its gift card sale, which sold out within a few minutes.To build on the strong support for Dai in Korea, the National Relayer campaign in Korea is launching soon.The campaign is a community-driven effort that involves twelve Relayers that consist of Korean cryptocurrency exchanges, incubators, and VCs. These Relayers will introduce Korean projects that are in the early investment stage to Maker for integration. They will also promote Dai usage in various ways, including encouraging their associated projects to fundraise and integrate Dai in their dapps.Many Relayers are already taking steps to help the Dai ecosystem, and we’re excited to see them building strong use cases from Korea!List of RelayersBlockWater CapitalBlockwater Management is a leading digital asset investment and advisory firm based out of Korea. We actively invest and advise projects focused on bringing blockchain enabled projects to real world applications.Block PatchBlock Patch is a blockchain consulting and incubator firm. We support project building, marketing, and event organizing to make a better blockchain ecosystem.CGEX (Coinone Global Exchange)CGEX is a global crypto-to-crypto exchange launched by Coinone, one of the largest cryptocurrency exchanges in Korea. Specifically designed for savvy investors, CGEX envisions ‘Innovation Beyond Finance’ to become a highly secure and convenient platform that provides institution-grade services.FoundationXFoundationX is a blockchain accelerator, building a blockchain business ecosystem. We are united under a single purpose of innovating and transforming technology to deliver more exciting, interactive and decentralized future.GOPAXGOPAX is a tech-oriented cryptocurrency exchange. It is a forerunner in cryptocurrency exchange operating standards, being the first exchange in the world to acquire ISO 27001 and ISMS security certification. GOPAX continues to contribute to the healthy development of the blockchain ecosystem.Hexlant / Token BankHexlant is a laboratory specialized in blockchain security and blockchain technology development. Hexlant provides smart contract audit and cryptocurrency wallet technical supports by working with major blockchain foundations and exchanges.Hexlant research team publishes top class research papers on blockchain technology and industry.Hillstone PartnersHillstone Partners is a company founded by executives of Korea’s first M&A company, and is carrying out a business strategy that focuses on development of a platform that supports not only funds but also other PE funds and combinations based on its overseas blockchain network.NEOPLYNEOPLY, a Seoul-based startup accelerator, is focused on investing in early-stage startups. We provide mentoring, angel-funding and workspace for startups. We have invested in more than 42 startups since 2008.RocketFuelRocketFuel is a global VC that focuses on enriching innovative industries.SEED VCSEED VC is a startup accelerator. We provide investment and community service for blockchain projects.Upside / MetapsUpside / Metaps: A group of blockchain fintech companies operating across Korea and Japan, connection the gap between the cryptocurrency and the commerce network world. Key businesses: UPXIDE(exchange),CryptoCard(cryptocurrency coupons),and SmartPlus (payment).Welcome DecentWelcomeDecent is a blockchain expert group providing a diverse range of blockchain-related services including ICO consulting, accelerating, incubating, fund raising, marketing and CS.Learn more about MakerDAO:Website: https://makerdao.com/ Twitter:https://twitter.com/makerdao Medium: https://medium.com/makerdao Reddit:https://www.reddit.com/r/MakerDAO/KakaoTalk: https://open.kakao.com/o/giWg6J2 password: makerMakerDAO Focuses on Korea: was originally published in MakerDAO on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Dai

19. 03. 08

Proposed Stability Fee Inc ...

The Maker Foundation Interim Risk Team will place a Governance Poll proposal into the voting system to raise the Dai Stability Fee by 2.0%, for a new rate of 3.5%.The Governance Polling (FAQ) will be active for 3 days beginning on Monday, March 4th at 5pm UTC, the results of which will inform an Executive Vote (FAQ) which will go live on Friday, March 8th, at 5pm UTC.ReviewThe increase to the Stability Fee was discussed in the Governance call on Thursday, February 28. Please review the Video, Audio, and the online discussion to inform your position prior to voting.Key factors under consideration for increasing the Stability Fee are:Exchange price persists below $1High inventory levels among market makers and prop desksNo attributable impact from the previous Stability Fee increasesAnalysisAn examination of the available data strongly suggests a Stability Fee increase is warranted. The exchange price of Dai across several major exchanges, such as Coinbase Pro and Bitfinex, has been consistently hovering in the $0.975 to $0.985 range for 1–2 months. Decentralized exchanges with sufficient volume/liquidity, such as Eth2Dai, also confirm the same discrepancy.Below is an average price chart of the Dai trade history.Informal discussions with several large Dai market makers have suggested that inventory levels have run high, and balance sheet capacity has diminished. Informal polling through various community channels has also shown strong support for an increase.Incentivizing CDP closures through a Stability Fee increase (thereby reducing outstanding Dai) is strongly viewed as the appropriate action.Proposed ChangeIn February, the Stability Fee was increased twice, each time by 0.5%. The impact of this combined 1% increase was negligible, indicating that neither the target Stability Fee nor the incremental change was appropriate.Accordingly, the internal Risk Team suggests that the incremental step size for this and future proposals be increased by 2% until the trend in the peg has been corrected.Next StepsOn Monday, March 4th there will be a Governance Poll asking MKR token holders if they support or reject a Stability Fee increase of 2%. The poll will last until March 7th 4pm UTC.If an increase to 3.5% is insufficient as measured over the following 7 days, another proposal will be put forth for a subsequent 2% increase.— -ResourcesAdditional information about the Governance process can be found in the Governance Risk Framework: Governing MakerDAODemos, help and instructional material for the Governance Dashboard can be found at Awesome MakerDAO.To participate in future Governance calls, please join us every Thursday at 17:00 UTC.To add current and upcoming votes to your calendar please see the MakerDAO Public Events Calendar.Proposed Stability Fee Increase: +2% was originally published in MakerDAO on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Dai

19. 03. 04

Proposed Stability Fee Inc ...

The Maker Foundation Interim Risk Team will place a Governance Poll proposal into the voting system to raise the Dai Stability Fee by 2.0%, for a new rate of 3.5%.The Governance Polling (FAQ) will be active for 3 days beginning on Monday, March 4th at 5pm UTC, the results of which will inform an Executive Vote (FAQ) which will go live on Friday, March 8th, at 5pm UTC.ReviewThe increase to the Stability Fee was discussed in the Governance call on Thursday, February 28. Please review the Video, Audio, and the online discussion to inform your position prior to voting.Key factors under consideration for increasing the Stability Fee are:Exchange price persists below $1High inventory levels among market makers and prop desksNo attributable impact from the previous Stability Fee increasesAnalysisAn examination of the available data strongly suggests a Stability Fee increase is warranted. The exchange price of Dai across several major exchanges, such as Coinbase Pro and Bitfinex, has been consistently hovering in the $0.975 to $0.985 range for 1–2 months. Decentralized exchanges with sufficient volume/liquidity, such as Eth2Dai, also confirm the same discrepancy.Below is an average price chart of the Dai trade history.Informal discussions with several large Dai market makers have suggested that inventory levels have run high, and balance sheet capacity has diminished. Informal polling through various community channels has also shown strong support for an increase.Incentivizing CDP closures through a Stability Fee increase (thereby reducing outstanding Dai) is strongly viewed as the appropriate action.Proposed ChangeIn February, the Stability Fee was increased twice, each time by 0.5%. The impact of this combined 1% increase was negligible, indicating that neither the target Stability Fee nor the incremental change was appropriate.Accordingly, the internal Risk Team suggests that the incremental step size for this and future proposals be increased by 2% until the trend in the peg has been corrected.Next StepsOn Monday, March 4th there will be a Governance Poll asking MKR token holders if they support or reject a Stability Fee increase of 2%. The poll will last until March 7th 4pm UTC.If an increase to 3.5% is insufficient as measured over the following 7 days, another proposal will be put forth for a subsequent 2% increase.— -ResourcesAdditional information about the Governance process can be found in the Governance Risk Framework: Governing MakerDAODemos, help and instructional material for the Governance Dashboard can be found at Awesome MakerDAO.To participate in future Governance calls, please join us every Thursday at 17:00 UTC.To add current and upcoming votes to your calendar please see the MakerDAO Public Events Calendar.Proposed Stability Fee Increase: +2% was originally published in MakerDAO on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Dai

19. 03. 04

Proposed Stability Fee Inc ...

The Maker Foundation Interim Risk Team will place a Governance Poll proposal into the voting system to raise the Dai Stability Fee by 2.0%, for a new rate of 3.5%.The Governance Polling (FAQ) will be active for 3 days beginning on Monday, March 4th at 5pm UTC, the results of which will inform an Executive Vote (FAQ) which will go live on Friday, March 8th, at 5pm UTC.ReviewThe increase to the Stability Fee was discussed in the Governance call on Thursday, February 28. Please review the Video, Audio, and the online discussion to inform your position prior to voting.Key factors under consideration for increasing the Stability Fee are:Exchange price persists below $1High inventory levels among market makers and prop desksNo attributable impact from the previous Stability Fee increasesAnalysisAn examination of the available data strongly suggests a Stability Fee increase is warranted. The exchange price of Dai across several major exchanges, such as Coinbase Pro and Bitfinex, has been consistently hovering in the $0.975 to $0.985 range for 1–2 months. Decentralized exchanges with sufficient volume/liquidity, such as Eth2Dai, also confirm the same discrepancy.Below is an average price chart of the Dai trade history.Informal discussions with several large Dai market makers have suggested that inventory levels have run high, and balance sheet capacity has diminished. Informal polling through various community channels has also shown strong support for an increase.Incentivizing CDP closures through a Stability Fee increase (thereby reducing outstanding Dai) is strongly viewed as the appropriate action.Proposed ChangeIn February, the Stability Fee was increased twice, each time by 0.5%. The impact of this combined 1% increase was negligible, indicating that neither the target Stability Fee nor the incremental change was appropriate.Accordingly, the internal Risk Team suggests that the incremental step size for this and future proposals be increased by 2% until the trend in the peg has been corrected.Next StepsOn Monday, March 4th there will be a Governance Poll asking MKR token holders if they support or reject a Stability Fee increase of 2%. The poll will last until March 7th 4pm UTC.If an increase to 3.5% is insufficient as measured over the following 7 days, another proposal will be put forth for a subsequent 2% increase.— -ResourcesAdditional information about the Governance process can be found in the Governance Risk Framework: Governing MakerDAODemos, help and instructional material for the Governance Dashboard can be found at Awesome MakerDAO.To participate in future Governance calls, please join us every Thursday at 17:00 UTC.To add current and upcoming votes to your calendar please see the MakerDAO Public Events Calendar.Proposed Stability Fee Increase: +2% was originally published in MakerDAO on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Dai

19. 03. 04

Postmortem: Oasis Contract ...

On Friday the 8th of February, at 5pm UTC the Oasis team initiated a contract migration process on eth2dai.com due a vulnerability found in the old contract. As part of the upgrade process, users were asked to cancel resting orders on the old contract and migrate to a new contract. The migration process was completed on Saturday, the 9th of February at 5pm UTC. In an abundance of caution and with the intention of prioritizing user security, we provided limited detail at the time.This article provides additional detail about the vulnerability and describes briefly how the new Oasis contract matching engine works.Oasis smart contract internalsThe Oasis smart contract (internally called MatchingMarket) maintains an on-chain order book, which matches orders and settles trades.Oasis uses a fully-decentralised, on-chain architecture. It is a non-custodial marketplace which provides transparent, auditable, and a fully autonomous matching engine.The contract internally maintains a list of orders sorted by price. This structure makes order matching easy as long as there are orders to match. Adding a new order is also straightforward — the contract method goes through the order list until it finds the correct position to add a new order. This guarantees that the order book is sorted.If the matching engine is used (through the offer() function), it will always try to fill the order from the top of the order book. However, it is also possible to fill a specific order (through the buy() function) by providing an order ID as a parameter ( this is called “order cherry picking”).It is important to note that the Oasis contract doesn’t check if the order book is correctly sorted by price after an order is partially filled. It simply assumes that the price of whatever is left of any partially filled order doesn’t change.This assumption has proven to be false as the following vulnerability was found.Implicit price and the integer division problemTo fully understand the nature of this specific vulnerability, let’s have a look at how the MatchingMarket stores order information in its on-chain registry:The order information comprises the token type and the amount a user wants to sell (pay_amt, pay_gem), the token type and the amount a user wants to buy, the address from the order creator and the timestamp which represents when an order was created.Let’s use a real-world example from the end of January where an order with order ID 55525 got filled on the ETHDAI market. This order has a pay_amt value of 3787256913820008445 WETH and a buy_amt value of 408919634999999999959 DAI which results in a price of 107.9725 DAI per 1 WETH.To get a real representation of solidity internal values a division by 10¹⁸ is necessary. So with the order 55525 somebody wanted to sell 3.787 WETH for 408.90 DAI.When an order is partially filled, the buy(orderId, quantity) function calculates the token amount that needs to be paid for the quantity being bought as a simple proportion:spend = mul(quantity, offer.buy_amt) / offer.pay_amt;If someone fills half of the order 55525 (selling 1.89 WETH) the user will get 204.068043899999999965 DAI. As a result, an order with 1897256913820008445 ETH and 204851591099999999994 DAI with an implicit price (buy_amt/ pay_amt) of 107.9725 will remain as a resting order on the order book.So far so good. But what if somebody fills the order 55525 with 408919634999999999958 DAI? In this case the spend amount (i.e. the amount of sold WETH) should be calculated as 3787256913820008444.9907383833162718917975662228006418 which will be truncated to 3787256913820008444 because in solidity integer divisions result into truncation. As a result, order 55525 will be left with 0.000000000000000001 DAI and 0.000000000000000001 WETH and an unexpected implicit price of of 1 per 1 WETH.Dust orders and the erroneous fill incidentThe implicit price and integer division problem showed that dust orders should not actually spam the order book.The problem was recognized during the process of building the matching engine. Therefore, a dust limit for a given token type was added to ensure that the price of the order is correctly computed (up to the desired precision).The offer() function, which creates and adds a new order to the order book, checks if the order amount is greater than the so-called dust limit for a given token type.Unfortunately, this restriction was only imposed on the creation of a new order. A partial fill (99.999999999% of the order amount) could still result in a creation of a dust order with amounts small enough to severely distort the price of such an order.If a dust order with a distorted price appeared at the top of the order book’s sell or buy side a malicious attacker could create a low priced order which the matching engine would consider as the best offer.Community alertOn Monday the 28th of January, at 12:45 UTC a user named monero_rs informed the Oasis team on reddit about, which appeared to look like a flash crash on oasisdex.com.After analysis of the incident, the Oasis team found the vulnerability and prepared a fix two days later on Wednesday the 30th of January.The Oasis team considers the specific sequence of events around order 55525 an accident which did not result as pre-planned attack of a malicious actor whose goal was to manipulate the order book with the vulnerability described above.It is also worth noting that the user who actually sold Ether for the price of 70 DAI used a contract which did not specify a reasonable price limit that would have prevent the low priced order to be filled.However, the fact that a malicious actor could attack the order book was reason enough to proceed with an emergency contract upgrade. The new version of the contract simply returns any remaining dust of the partial fill that is smaller than the dust limit to the order creator.This contract migration is part of the ongoing and continuous cycle of monitoring, testing and upgrades that the Oasis team has in place to ensure we’re delivering the best possible solution for our users. We appreciate your patience and understanding as we moved from one contract to another.Postmortem: Oasis Contract Upgrade was originally published in MakerDAO on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Dai

19. 03. 01

Postmortem: Oasis Contract ...

On Friday the 8th of February, at 5pm UTC the Oasis team initiated a contract migration process on eth2dai.com due a vulnerability found in the old contract. As part of the upgrade process, users were asked to cancel resting orders on the old contract and migrate to a new contract. The migration process was completed on Saturday, the 9th of February at 5pm UTC. In an abundance of caution and with the intention of prioritizing user security, we provided limited detail at the time.This article provides additional detail about the vulnerability and describes briefly how the new Oasis contract matching engine works.Oasis smart contract internalsThe Oasis smart contract (internally called MatchingMarket) maintains an on-chain order book, which matches orders and settles trades.Oasis uses a fully-decentralised, on-chain architecture. It is a non-custodial marketplace which provides transparent, auditable, and a fully autonomous matching engine.The contract internally maintains a list of orders sorted by price. This structure makes order matching easy as long as there are orders to match. Adding a new order is also straightforward — the contract method goes through the order list until it finds the correct position to add a new order. This guarantees that the order book is sorted.If the matching engine is used (through the offer() function), it will always try to fill the order from the top of the order book. However, it is also possible to fill a specific order (through the buy() function) by providing an order ID as a parameter ( this is called “order cherry picking”).It is important to note that the Oasis contract doesn’t check if the order book is correctly sorted by price after an order is partially filled. It simply assumes that the price of whatever is left of any partially filled order doesn’t change.This assumption has proven to be false as the following vulnerability was found.Implicit price and the integer division problemTo fully understand the nature of this specific vulnerability, let’s have a look at how the MatchingMarket stores order information in its on-chain registry:The order information comprises the token type and the amount a user wants to sell (pay_amt, pay_gem), the token type and the amount a user wants to buy, the address from the order creator and the timestamp which represents when an order was created.Let’s use a real-world example from the end of January where an order with order ID 55525 got filled on the ETHDAI market. This order has a pay_amt value of 3787256913820008445 WETH and a buy_amt value of 408919634999999999959 DAI which results in a price of 107.9725 DAI per 1 WETH.To get a real representation of solidity internal values a division by 10¹⁸ is necessary. So with the order 55525 somebody wanted to sell 3.787 WETH for 408.90 DAI.When an order is partially filled, the buy(orderId, quantity) function calculates the token amount that needs to be paid for the quantity being bought as a simple proportion:spend = mul(quantity, offer.buy_amt) / offer.pay_amt;If someone fills half of the order 55525 (selling 1.89 WETH) the user will get 204.068043899999999965 DAI. As a result, an order with 1897256913820008445 ETH and 204851591099999999994 DAI with an implicit price (buy_amt/ pay_amt) of 107.9725 will remain as a resting order on the order book.So far so good. But what if somebody fills the order 55525 with 408919634999999999958 DAI? In this case the spend amount (i.e. the amount of sold WETH) should be calculated as 3787256913820008444.9907383833162718917975662228006418 which will be truncated to 3787256913820008444 because in solidity integer divisions result into truncation. As a result, order 55525 will be left with 0.000000000000000001 DAI and 0.000000000000000001 WETH and an unexpected implicit price of of 1 per 1 WETH.Dust orders and the erroneous fill incidentThe implicit price and integer division problem showed that dust orders should not actually spam the order book.The problem was recognized during the process of building the matching engine. Therefore, a dust limit for a given token type was added to ensure that the price of the order is correctly computed (up to the desired precision).The offer() function, which creates and adds a new order to the order book, checks if the order amount is greater than the so-called dust limit for a given token type.Unfortunately, this restriction was only imposed on the creation of a new order. A partial fill (99.999999999% of the order amount) could still result in a creation of a dust order with amounts small enough to severely distort the price of such an order.If a dust order with a distorted price appeared at the top of the order book’s sell or buy side a malicious attacker could create a low priced order which the matching engine would consider as the best offer.Community alertOn Monday the 28th of January, at 12:45 UTC a user named monero_rs informed the Oasis team on reddit about, which appeared to look like a flash crash on oasisdex.com.After analysis of the incident, the Oasis team found the vulnerability and prepared a fix two days later on Wednesday the 30th of January.The Oasis team considers the specific sequence of events around order 55525 an accident which did not result as pre-planned attack of a malicious actor whose goal was to manipulate the order book with the vulnerability described above.It is also worth noting that the user who actually sold Ether for the price of 70 DAI used a contract which did not specify a reasonable price limit that would have prevent the low priced order to be filled.However, the fact that a malicious actor could attack the order book was reason enough to proceed with an emergency contract upgrade. The new version of the contract simply returns any remaining dust of the partial fill that is smaller than the dust limit to the order creator.This contract migration is part of the ongoing and continuous cycle of monitoring, testing and upgrades that the Oasis team has in place to ensure we’re delivering the best possible solution for our users. We appreciate your patience and understanding as we moved from one contract to another.Postmortem: Oasis Contract Upgrade was originally published in MakerDAO on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Dai

19. 03. 01

Postmortem: Oasis Contract ...

On Friday the 8th of February, at 5pm UTC the Oasis team initiated a contract migration process on eth2dai.com due a vulnerability found in the old contract. As part of the upgrade process, users were asked to cancel resting orders on the old contract and migrate to a new contract. The migration process was completed on Saturday, the 9th of February at 5pm UTC. In an abundance of caution and with the intention of prioritizing user security, we provided limited detail at the time.This article provides additional detail about the vulnerability and describes briefly how the new Oasis contract matching engine works.Oasis smart contract internalsThe Oasis smart contract (internally called MatchingMarket) maintains an on-chain order book, which matches orders and settles trades.Oasis uses a fully-decentralised, on-chain architecture. It is a non-custodial marketplace which provides transparent, auditable, and a fully autonomous matching engine.The contract internally maintains a list of orders sorted by price. This structure makes order matching easy as long as there are orders to match. Adding a new order is also straightforward — the contract method goes through the order list until it finds the correct position to add a new order. This guarantees that the order book is sorted.If the matching engine is used (through the offer() function), it will always try to fill the order from the top of the order book. However, it is also possible to fill a specific order (through the buy() function) by providing an order ID as a parameter ( this is called “order cherry picking”).It is important to note that the Oasis contract doesn’t check if the order book is correctly sorted by price after an order is partially filled. It simply assumes that the price of whatever is left of any partially filled order doesn’t change.This assumption has proven to be false as the following vulnerability was found.Implicit price and the integer division problemTo fully understand the nature of this specific vulnerability, let’s have a look at how the MatchingMarket stores order information in its on-chain registry:The order information comprises the token type and the amount a user wants to sell (pay_amt, pay_gem), the token type and the amount a user wants to buy, the address from the order creator and the timestamp which represents when an order was created.Let’s use a real-world example from the end of January where an order with order ID 55525 got filled on the ETHDAI market. This order has a pay_amt value of 3787256913820008445 WETH and a buy_amt value of 408919634999999999959 DAI which results in a price of 107.9725 DAI per 1 WETH.To get a real representation of solidity internal values a division by 10¹⁸ is necessary. So with the order 55525 somebody wanted to sell 3.787 WETH for 408.90 DAI.When an order is partially filled, the buy(orderId, quantity) function calculates the token amount that needs to be paid for the quantity being bought as a simple proportion:spend = mul(quantity, offer.buy_amt) / offer.pay_amt;If someone fills half of the order 55525 (selling 1.89 WETH) the user will get 204.068043899999999965 DAI. As a result, an order with 1897256913820008445 ETH and 204851591099999999994 DAI with an implicit price (buy_amt/ pay_amt) of 107.9725 will remain as a resting order on the order book.So far so good. But what if somebody fills the order 55525 with 408919634999999999958 DAI? In this case the spend amount (i.e. the amount of sold WETH) should be calculated as 3787256913820008444.9907383833162718917975662228006418 which will be truncated to 3787256913820008444 because in solidity integer divisions result into truncation. As a result, order 55525 will be left with 0.000000000000000001 DAI and 0.000000000000000001 WETH and an unexpected implicit price of of 1 per 1 WETH.Dust orders and the erroneous fill incidentThe implicit price and integer division problem showed that dust orders should not actually spam the order book.The problem was recognized during the process of building the matching engine. Therefore, a dust limit for a given token type was added to ensure that the price of the order is correctly computed (up to the desired precision).The offer() function, which creates and adds a new order to the order book, checks if the order amount is greater than the so-called dust limit for a given token type.Unfortunately, this restriction was only imposed on the creation of a new order. A partial fill (99.999999999% of the order amount) could still result in a creation of a dust order with amounts small enough to severely distort the price of such an order.If a dust order with a distorted price appeared at the top of the order book’s sell or buy side a malicious attacker could create a low priced order which the matching engine would consider as the best offer.Community alertOn Monday the 28th of January, at 12:45 UTC a user named monero_rs informed the Oasis team on reddit about, which appeared to look like a flash crash on oasisdex.com.After analysis of the incident, the Oasis team found the vulnerability and prepared a fix two days later on Wednesday the 30th of January.The Oasis team considers the specific sequence of events around order 55525 an accident which did not result as pre-planned attack of a malicious actor whose goal was to manipulate the order book with the vulnerability described above.It is also worth noting that the user who actually sold Ether for the price of 70 DAI used a contract which did not specify a reasonable price limit that would have prevent the low priced order to be filled.However, the fact that a malicious actor could attack the order book was reason enough to proceed with an emergency contract upgrade. The new version of the contract simply returns any remaining dust of the partial fill that is smaller than the dust limit to the order creator.This contract migration is part of the ongoing and continuous cycle of monitoring, testing and upgrades that the Oasis team has in place to ensure we’re delivering the best possible solution for our users. We appreciate your patience and understanding as we moved from one contract to another.Postmortem: Oasis Contract Upgrade was originally published in MakerDAO on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Dai

19. 03. 01

Making Maker: February 2019

Here’s the February update on the latest with Maker.First, some key statistics. To date:2,100,835 ETH locked upOver 2% of the entire ETH supply locked up in Maker smart contracts88,359,554 Total Dai SupplyIncreasing the Stability Fee to 1.5%February was a big month for governance in action. A proposal was placed into the voting structure to raise the Dai Stability Fee by 0.5%, for a rate of 1%, and then another was introduced later in the month for an increased rate of 1.5%. Key factors for increasing the stability fee were: high inventory levels, exchange rate persists below $1, and no attributable impact from the previous stability fee increase. Notably, all the decisions were collectively made in a decentralized manner by the Maker governance (MKR holders), based on the available data and its analysis.Joining the Mexico Freedom ForumWe’re passionate about serving the underserved. We aim to unlock the power of the blockchain for everyone by creating an inclusive platform for economic empowerment. The Oslo Freedom Forum (OFF) is a thriving global community of people united by the common vision of making the world a more peaceful, prosperous, and free place. The community embodies the principles of the Foundation. This year, OFF hosted a satellite event in Mexico City.Notable speakers included: Iranian Canadian journalist Maziar Bahari, Ecuadorian political cartoonist Xavier “Bonil” Bonilla, Mexican historian Enrique Krauze and more.Trading Fractional Shares of Real Estate with MeridioMeridio is empowering owning and trading fractional shares of real estate. They integrated Dai into their platform last summer to benefit from trustless trades and nearly instant settlement time. The integration is important for Meridio peer-to-peer trades, Ether balance conversion, and balance displays. Now, investors on Meridio can seamlessly trade real estate shares for Dai, which enables the benefits of a stable currency, while still gaining the efficiencies of smart contracts.Read more here.Maker at ETHDenver: BuffiDai and moreNotably, we were excited to support BuffiDai, the local currency and the backbone of the ETHDenver ecosystem. A successful dappy hour was made possible through collaboration with Burner Wallet and xDai, the Dai living on xDai chain brought to life by POA Network. Austin Griffith’s xDai.io wallet played a key role through ETHDenverWallet. The wallet was a telling, wide-scale usability test. The xDai wallet has huge implications as it can facilitate the creation of pop-up marketplaces anywhere, for free.Through ETHDenver, we’re proud to share that we were able to raise 3066 buffiDai, 72.96 xDai, 2 Dai, through 1154 individual donations. Donations went to charity through UNICEF.fr and GRACEaid.We kicked off BUIDLweek with an early workshop on decentralized finance with Aave. Maker hosted several workshops and talks over the weekend, including topics on Oracles, Dai.js, DSProxy, “A Year in Review” and business development.Learn more here.See ETHDenver Bounty Winners here.Integrating with MakerDeveloper Documentation: Many important constituents touch our ecosystem, and we’ve outlined specific methodology for each one, depending on if you’re a centralized exchange, dex, keeper, Dai holder, custodial wallet, relayer, or CDP owner. We’ve published guides and tutorials to help you understand the various approaches to integrating with MakerDAO through smart contracts, SDKs, APIs and other products. These cover pertinent topics like CDP creation, Dai, Governance, Keepers, Oracles, and more. Check it out here.Here are some exciting integrations and notable use cases this month:Wirex added Dai to their Wirex Visa Card, giving you the power to seamlessly spend your cryptocurrency in real life, anywhere Visa is accepted.LocalCoinSwap launched the first community-owned, P2P crypto marketplace. You can now buy and sell Dai in over 190 countries worldwide and with over 250 payment methods.Aave launched Aave Pay, where you can pay directly with Dai and other cryptocurrencies. Benefits include competitive exchange rates and cross-border payments.Dai is now available on Counter.Market, a non-custodial trading platform.FACTOR-805, a new Brooklyn condominium and retail construction, integrated Dai for payment and interest. You can invest in a Brooklyn property with Dai, and receive an expected yield of 13.24%, also in Dai.Loan yourself money with MakerDAO. When Mariano Conti wanted a loan for a new Ford Focus, he didn’t go to a bank. Instead, he drew a loan from himself.Bloqboard integrated CDPs directly into their lending platform. You can borrow Dai in one-click and manage CDPs from a convenient dashboard.Making Maker: February 2019 was originally published in MakerDAO on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Dai

19. 02. 28

Making Maker: February 2019

Here’s the February update on the latest with Maker.First, some key statistics. To date:2,100,835 ETH locked upOver 2% of the entire ETH supply locked up in Maker smart contracts88,359,554 Total Dai SupplyIncreasing the Stability Fee to 1.5%February was a big month for governance in action. A proposal was placed into the voting structure to raise the Dai Stability Fee by 0.5%, for a rate of 1%, and then another was introduced later in the month for an increased rate of 1.5%. Key factors for increasing the stability fee were: high inventory levels, exchange rate persists below $1, and no attributable impact from the previous stability fee increase. Notably, all the decisions were collectively made in a decentralized manner by the Maker governance (MKR holders), based on the available data and its analysis.Joining the Mexico Freedom ForumWe’re passionate about serving the underserved. We aim to unlock the power of the blockchain for everyone by creating an inclusive platform for economic empowerment. The Oslo Freedom Forum (OFF) is a thriving global community of people united by the common vision of making the world a more peaceful, prosperous, and free place. The community embodies the principles of the Foundation. This year, OFF hosted a satellite event in Mexico City.Notable speakers included: Iranian Canadian journalist Maziar Bahari, Ecuadorian political cartoonist Xavier “Bonil” Bonilla, Mexican historian Enrique Krauze and more.Trading Fractional Shares of Real Estate with MeridioMeridio is empowering owning and trading fractional shares of real estate. They integrated Dai into their platform last summer to benefit from trustless trades and nearly instant settlement time. The integration is important for Meridio peer-to-peer trades, Ether balance conversion, and balance displays. Now, investors on Meridio can seamlessly trade real estate shares for Dai, which enables the benefits of a stable currency, while still gaining the efficiencies of smart contracts.Read more here.Maker at ETHDenver: BuffiDai and moreNotably, we were excited to support BuffiDai, the local currency and the backbone of the ETHDenver ecosystem. A successful dappy hour was made possible through collaboration with Burner Wallet and xDai, the Dai living on xDai chain brought to life by POA Network. Austin Griffith’s xDai.io wallet played a key role through ETHDenverWallet. The wallet was a telling, wide-scale usability test. The xDai wallet has huge implications as it can facilitate the creation of pop-up marketplaces anywhere, for free.Through ETHDenver, we’re proud to share that we were able to raise 3066 buffiDai, 72.96 xDai, 2 Dai, through 1154 individual donations. Donations went to charity through UNICEF.fr and GRACEaid.We kicked off BUIDLweek with an early workshop on decentralized finance with Aave. Maker hosted several workshops and talks over the weekend, including topics on Oracles, Dai.js, DSProxy, “A Year in Review” and business development.Learn more here.See ETHDenver Bounty Winners here.Integrating with MakerDeveloper Documentation: Many important constituents touch our ecosystem, and we’ve outlined specific methodology for each one, depending on if you’re a centralized exchange, dex, keeper, Dai holder, custodial wallet, relayer, or CDP owner. We’ve published guides and tutorials to help you understand the various approaches to integrating with MakerDAO through smart contracts, SDKs, APIs and other products. These cover pertinent topics like CDP creation, Dai, Governance, Keepers, Oracles, and more. Check it out here.Here are some exciting integrations and notable use cases this month:Wirex added Dai to their Wirex Visa Card, giving you the power to seamlessly spend your cryptocurrency in real life, anywhere Visa is accepted.LocalCoinSwap launched the first community-owned, P2P crypto marketplace. You can now buy and sell Dai in over 190 countries worldwide and with over 250 payment methods.Aave launched Aave Pay, where you can pay directly with Dai and other cryptocurrencies. Benefits include competitive exchange rates and cross-border payments.Dai is now available on Counter.Market, a non-custodial trading platform.FACTOR-805, a new Brooklyn condominium and retail construction, integrated Dai for payment and interest. You can invest in a Brooklyn property with Dai, and receive an expected yield of 13.24%, also in Dai.Loan yourself money with MakerDAO. When Mariano Conti wanted a loan for a new Ford Focus, he didn’t go to a bank. Instead, he drew a loan from himself.Bloqboard integrated CDPs directly into their lending platform. You can borrow Dai in one-click and manage CDPs from a convenient dashboard.Making Maker: February 2019 was originally published in MakerDAO on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Dai

19. 02. 28

Making Maker: February 2019

Here’s the February update on the latest with Maker.First, some key statistics. To date:2,100,835 ETH locked upOver 2% of the entire ETH supply locked up in Maker smart contracts88,359,554 Total Dai SupplyIncreasing the Stability Fee to 1.5%February was a big month for governance in action. A proposal was placed into the voting structure to raise the Dai Stability Fee by 0.5%, for a rate of 1%, and then another was introduced later in the month for an increased rate of 1.5%. Key factors for increasing the stability fee were: high inventory levels, exchange rate persists below $1, and no attributable impact from the previous stability fee increase. Notably, all the decisions were collectively made in a decentralized manner by the Maker governance (MKR holders), based on the available data and its analysis.Joining the Mexico Freedom ForumWe’re passionate about serving the underserved. We aim to unlock the power of the blockchain for everyone by creating an inclusive platform for economic empowerment. The Oslo Freedom Forum (OFF) is a thriving global community of people united by the common vision of making the world a more peaceful, prosperous, and free place. The community embodies the principles of the Foundation. This year, OFF hosted a satellite event in Mexico City.Notable speakers included: Iranian Canadian journalist Maziar Bahari, Ecuadorian political cartoonist Xavier “Bonil” Bonilla, Mexican historian Enrique Krauze and more.Trading Fractional Shares of Real Estate with MeridioMeridio is empowering owning and trading fractional shares of real estate. They integrated Dai into their platform last summer to benefit from trustless trades and nearly instant settlement time. The integration is important for Meridio peer-to-peer trades, Ether balance conversion, and balance displays. Now, investors on Meridio can seamlessly trade real estate shares for Dai, which enables the benefits of a stable currency, while still gaining the efficiencies of smart contracts.Read more here.Maker at ETHDenver: BuffiDai and moreNotably, we were excited to support BuffiDai, the local currency and the backbone of the ETHDenver ecosystem. A successful dappy hour was made possible through collaboration with Burner Wallet and xDai, the Dai living on xDai chain brought to life by POA Network. Austin Griffith’s xDai.io wallet played a key role through ETHDenverWallet. The wallet was a telling, wide-scale usability test. The xDai wallet has huge implications as it can facilitate the creation of pop-up marketplaces anywhere, for free.Through ETHDenver, we’re proud to share that we were able to raise 3066 buffiDai, 72.96 xDai, 2 Dai, through 1154 individual donations. Donations went to charity through UNICEF.fr and GRACEaid.We kicked off BUIDLweek with an early workshop on decentralized finance with Aave. Maker hosted several workshops and talks over the weekend, including topics on Oracles, Dai.js, DSProxy, “A Year in Review” and business development.Learn more here.See ETHDenver Bounty Winners here.Integrating with MakerDeveloper Documentation: Many important constituents touch our ecosystem, and we’ve outlined specific methodology for each one, depending on if you’re a centralized exchange, dex, keeper, Dai holder, custodial wallet, relayer, or CDP owner. We’ve published guides and tutorials to help you understand the various approaches to integrating with MakerDAO through smart contracts, SDKs, APIs and other products. These cover pertinent topics like CDP creation, Dai, Governance, Keepers, Oracles, and more. Check it out here.Here are some exciting integrations and notable use cases this month:Wirex added Dai to their Wirex Visa Card, giving you the power to seamlessly spend your cryptocurrency in real life, anywhere Visa is accepted.LocalCoinSwap launched the first community-owned, P2P crypto marketplace. You can now buy and sell Dai in over 190 countries worldwide and with over 250 payment methods.Aave launched Aave Pay, where you can pay directly with Dai and other cryptocurrencies. Benefits include competitive exchange rates and cross-border payments.Dai is now available on Counter.Market, a non-custodial trading platform.FACTOR-805, a new Brooklyn condominium and retail construction, integrated Dai for payment and interest. You can invest in a Brooklyn property with Dai, and receive an expected yield of 13.24%, also in Dai.Loan yourself money with MakerDAO. When Mariano Conti wanted a loan for a new Ford Focus, he didn’t go to a bank. Instead, he drew a loan from himself.Bloqboard integrated CDPs directly into their lending platform. You can borrow Dai in one-click and manage CDPs from a convenient dashboard.Making Maker: February 2019 was originally published in MakerDAO on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Dai

19. 02. 28

People + xDai + Burner Wal ...

A good crypto conference is a magical thing and John Paller did it again at ETHDenver 2019. Attendees were energised, focused, sharing, and generally busy as hell as we all gathered together to ‘do crypto’ for 36 hours.In addition to the hacking, relationship building and information sharing, there was one teeny-tiny project that happened at just one booth and one bar which ended up delivering an outsized impact.Austin Griffith’s xDai.io wallet played a key role at the event in the form of the ETHDenverWallet. His wallet is a fantastic, wide-scale usability test designed to figure out where we should draw the line between convenience and security. Judging from the number of buffiDai transactions we saw, the rapid adoption from the vendors, and the total sales, it’s a safe bet that the xDai wallet community might have found that balance.We think so too, if community interest is any judge; we’ve spent a good chunk of the last week coordinating a growing list of teams and organizations from all over the world that are looking to create their own ‘ETHDenver Wallets.’ MakerDAO was thrilled help out and get a front row seat to this level of awesomeness.https://twitter.com/richatmakerdao/status/1099019644243832833Check out Austin’s great write-up if you want to see exactly how easy onboarding can be if we take a second look at UX and give users a wallet to buy snacks with instead of a bank vault…The Plan: buffiDai for CharityAt the event, we spent most of our time busily explaining the nuances of MakerDAO, as well as how the xDai wallet can facilitate the creation of pop-up marketplaces anywhere, for free. It soon occurred to us that the table we were standing was a good place to test this pop-up theory in real-time.We were giving away swag already, so we had inventory. We had a couple of tablets, so the point of sale system was covered. All attendees were given buffiDai, so we knew they had the funds. We also had foot-traffic… so why not start accepting donations for swag and then donate the proceeds to charity?https://twitter.com/richatmakerdao/status/1097247841297129472In less than 10 minutes we’d finished setting up our own pop-up crypto market. During the next day and a half we were able to “sell” our previously free socks and hats for 1 buffiDai each. Our transformation from happy-go-lucky crypto-evangelists to fund-raising always-be-closers was in full swing.https://twitter.com/richatmakerdao/status/1097294932585242624As the main event began to wind down, and dappy hour approached, it became apparent that we were onto something… Why not collect donations at the afterparty as well? Thanks to our good friend Nate McKervey at Splunk (and furiously coordinated by Brian Ethier), they whipped up a full dashboarding tool that not only tracked donations on all the bar’s TVs, they also added a heatmap to display on-chain messages along with the donations. #drinkingforgood was born.https://twitter.com/DataPhysicist/status/1097565208287952897Because this is crypto, the night wouldn’t be complete without at least one exploit, even if it only occurred in real life. We had a few volunteers running the POS tablets on the crypto-only side of the bar, and when one of them stepped away for a minute an enterprising patron decided to abscond with the funds from the unattended bar wallet.The evil-doer(s) walked away with about 250 buffiDai for their troubles and then spent some time trading the loot from wallet to wallet to cover their tracks. Ultimately, the money was deposited into the donation address with an added bonus of a few extra tokens it picked up in its travels. We’ve decided to leave the crypto there (and not put it back in the bar tab) as a ‘thank you’ for the cool larceny, and because of our criminals’ heartfelt apology: “Erm”.Don’t worry, all is forgiven.Even after the event was over, the crypto community kept on giving:https://twitter.com/Sim_Pop/status/1097638201563308032We continued to receive donations from people on the long trek home who were sending us screenshots of buffiDai coming in from airports all over the world.The TakeAfter the crypto-dust settled, and the numbers came in, we found that simply by picking a handy opportunity, setting up a tablet and selling some swag, we were able to raise 3066 buffiDai, 72.96 xDai, 2 Dai, through 1154 individual donations.After converting the tokens into real money, i.e. Dai, we split the pool of $1570.52 evenly between UNICEF.fr (TX)and GRACEaid (TX).As a side note: our donation to GRACEaid was done through the amazing Giveth.io dapp, take a look around their site to discover other worthy causes.Thanks to everyone involved at ETHDenver and to all of the gracious attendees for reminding us just how generous the crypto community can be. Special shout out to some of our most generous patrons: @AnettRolikova, @TrustlessState, @davecraige, @theflyinghutch, and @A_D_I.People + xDai + Burner Wallet = Portable Giving was originally published in MakerDAO on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Dai

19. 02. 27

People + xDai + Burner Wal ...

A good crypto conference is a magical thing and John Paller did it again at ETHDenver 2019. Attendees were energised, focused, sharing, and generally busy as hell as we all gathered together to ‘do crypto’ for 36 hours.In addition to the hacking, relationship building and information sharing, there was one teeny-tiny project that happened at just one booth and one bar which ended up delivering an outsized impact.Austin Griffith’s xDai.io wallet played a key role at the event in the form of the ETHDenverWallet. His wallet is a fantastic, wide-scale usability test designed to figure out where we should draw the line between convenience and security. Judging from the number of buffiDai transactions we saw, the rapid adoption from the vendors, and the total sales, it’s a safe bet that the xDai wallet community might have found that balance.We think so too, if community interest is any judge; we’ve spent a good chunk of the last week coordinating a growing list of teams and organizations from all over the world that are looking to create their own ‘ETHDenver Wallets.’ MakerDAO was thrilled help out and get a front row seat to this level of awesomeness.https://twitter.com/richatmakerdao/status/1099019644243832833Check out Austin’s great write-up if you want to see exactly how easy onboarding can be if we take a second look at UX and give users a wallet to buy snacks with instead of a bank vault…The Plan: buffiDai for CharityAt the event, we spent most of our time busily explaining the nuances of MakerDAO, as well as how the xDai wallet can facilitate the creation of pop-up marketplaces anywhere, for free. It soon occurred to us that the table we were standing was a good place to test this pop-up theory in real-time.We were giving away swag already, so we had inventory. We had a couple of tablets, so the point of sale system was covered. All attendees were given buffiDai, so we knew they had the funds. We also had foot-traffic… so why not start accepting donations for swag and then donate the proceeds to charity?https://twitter.com/richatmakerdao/status/1097247841297129472In less than 10 minutes we’d finished setting up our own pop-up crypto market. During the next day and a half we were able to “sell” our previously free socks and hats for 1 buffiDai each. Our transformation from happy-go-lucky crypto-evangelists to fund-raising always-be-closers was in full swing.https://twitter.com/richatmakerdao/status/1097294932585242624As the main event began to wind down, and dappy hour approached, it became apparent that we were onto something… Why not collect donations at the afterparty as well? Thanks to our good friend Nate McKervey at Splunk (and furiously coordinated by Brian Ethier), they whipped up a full dashboarding tool that not only tracked donations on all the bar’s TVs, they also added a heatmap to display on-chain messages along with the donations. #drinkingforgood was born.https://twitter.com/DataPhysicist/status/1097565208287952897Because this is crypto, the night wouldn’t be complete without at least one exploit, even if it only occurred in real life. We had a few volunteers running the POS tablets on the crypto-only side of the bar, and when one of them stepped away for a minute an enterprising patron decided to abscond with the funds from the unattended bar wallet.The evil-doer(s) walked away with about 250 buffiDai for their troubles and then spent some time trading the loot from wallet to wallet to cover their tracks. Ultimately, the money was deposited into the donation address with an added bonus of a few extra tokens it picked up in its travels. We’ve decided to leave the crypto there (and not put it back in the bar tab) as a ‘thank you’ for the cool larceny, and because of our criminals’ heartfelt apology: “Erm”.Don’t worry, all is forgiven.Even after the event was over, the crypto community kept on giving:https://twitter.com/Sim_Pop/status/1097638201563308032We continued to receive donations from people on the long trek home who were sending us screenshots of buffiDai coming in from airports all over the world.The TakeAfter the crypto-dust settled, and the numbers came in, we found that simply by picking a handy opportunity, setting up a tablet and selling some swag, we were able to raise 3066 buffiDai, 72.96 xDai, 2 Dai, through 1154 individual donations.After converting the tokens into real money, i.e. Dai, we split the pool of $1570.52 evenly between UNICEF.fr (TX)and GRACEaid (TX).As a side note: our donation to GRACEaid was done through the amazing Giveth.io dapp, take a look around their site to discover other worthy causes.Thanks to everyone involved at ETHDenver and to all of the gracious attendees for reminding us just how generous the crypto community can be. Special shout out to some of our most generous patrons: @AnettRolikova, @TrustlessState, @davecraige, @theflyinghutch, and @A_D_I.People + xDai + Burner Wallet = Portable Giving was originally published in MakerDAO on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Dai

19. 02. 27

People + xDai + Burner Wal ...

A good crypto conference is a magical thing and John Paller did it again at ETHDenver 2019. Attendees were energised, focused, sharing, and generally busy as hell as we all gathered together to ‘do crypto’ for 36 hours.In addition to the hacking, relationship building and information sharing, there was one teeny-tiny project that happened at just one booth and one bar which ended up delivering an outsized impact.Austin Griffith’s xDai.io wallet played a key role at the event in the form of the ETHDenverWallet. His wallet is a fantastic, wide-scale usability test designed to figure out where we should draw the line between convenience and security. Judging from the number of buffiDai transactions we saw, the rapid adoption from the vendors, and the total sales, it’s a safe bet that the xDai wallet community might have found that balance.We think so too, if community interest is any judge; we’ve spent a good chunk of the last week coordinating a growing list of teams and organizations from all over the world that are looking to create their own ‘ETHDenver Wallets.’ MakerDAO was thrilled help out and get a front row seat to this level of awesomeness.https://twitter.com/richatmakerdao/status/1099019644243832833Check out Austin’s great write-up if you want to see exactly how easy onboarding can be if we take a second look at UX and give users a wallet to buy snacks with instead of a bank vault…The Plan: buffiDai for CharityAt the event, we spent most of our time busily explaining the nuances of MakerDAO, as well as how the xDai wallet can facilitate the creation of pop-up marketplaces anywhere, for free. It soon occurred to us that the table we were standing was a good place to test this pop-up theory in real-time.We were giving away swag already, so we had inventory. We had a couple of tablets, so the point of sale system was covered. All attendees were given buffiDai, so we knew they had the funds. We also had foot-traffic… so why not start accepting donations for swag and then donate the proceeds to charity?https://twitter.com/richatmakerdao/status/1097247841297129472In less than 10 minutes we’d finished setting up our own pop-up crypto market. During the next day and a half we were able to “sell” our previously free socks and hats for 1 buffiDai each. Our transformation from happy-go-lucky crypto-evangelists to fund-raising always-be-closers was in full swing.https://twitter.com/richatmakerdao/status/1097294932585242624As the main event began to wind down, and dappy hour approached, it became apparent that we were onto something… Why not collect donations at the afterparty as well? Thanks to our good friend Nate McKervey at Splunk (and furiously coordinated by Brian Ethier), they whipped up a full dashboarding tool that not only tracked donations on all the bar’s TVs, they also added a heatmap to display on-chain messages along with the donations. #drinkingforgood was born.https://twitter.com/DataPhysicist/status/1097565208287952897Because this is crypto, the night wouldn’t be complete without at least one exploit, even if it only occurred in real life. We had a few volunteers running the POS tablets on the crypto-only side of the bar, and when one of them stepped away for a minute an enterprising patron decided to abscond with the funds from the unattended bar wallet.The evil-doer(s) walked away with about 250 buffiDai for their troubles and then spent some time trading the loot from wallet to wallet to cover their tracks. Ultimately, the money was deposited into the donation address with an added bonus of a few extra tokens it picked up in its travels. We’ve decided to leave the crypto there (and not put it back in the bar tab) as a ‘thank you’ for the cool larceny, and because of our criminals’ heartfelt apology: “Erm”.Don’t worry, all is forgiven.Even after the event was over, the crypto community kept on giving:https://twitter.com/Sim_Pop/status/1097638201563308032We continued to receive donations from people on the long trek home who were sending us screenshots of buffiDai coming in from airports all over the world.The TakeAfter the crypto-dust settled, and the numbers came in, we found that simply by picking a handy opportunity, setting up a tablet and selling some swag, we were able to raise 3066 buffiDai, 72.96 xDai, 2 Dai, through 1154 individual donations.After converting the tokens into real money, i.e. Dai, we split the pool of $1570.52 evenly between UNICEF.fr (TX)and GRACEaid (TX).As a side note: our donation to GRACEaid was done through the amazing Giveth.io dapp, take a look around their site to discover other worthy causes.Thanks to everyone involved at ETHDenver and to all of the gracious attendees for reminding us just how generous the crypto community can be. Special shout out to some of our most generous patrons: @AnettRolikova, @TrustlessState, @davecraige, @theflyinghutch, and @A_D_I.People + xDai + Burner Wallet = Portable Giving was originally published in MakerDAO on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Dai

19. 02. 27

Dai Developer Documentation

The MakerDAO ecosystem is designed as an elegant solution for an endless number of applications enabling decentralized finance. A critical part of that is fostering our developer community and supporting a wide network of open finance applications building on the Dai Credit System. This past year, we’ve seen incredible use cases and examples of powerful tools that integrate Dai.These include projects like:Request.Network is building a decentralized network for payment requests.Compound.finance is tackling efficient interest rates and creating a market for unutilized virtual currency.Maecenas is building a blockchain network for fine art.In this post, we will share more on where you can find documentation that will guide developers through the process. These guides and tutorials enable you to understand the various approaches to integrating with MakerDAO through smart contracts, SDKs, APIs and other products. These cover pertinent topics like CDP creation, Dai, Governance, Keepers, Oracles, and more.Integrating with MakerWe’re proud to see a wide range of products and services integrate with Maker. The more projects integrate Dai, the faster we can get to scale and sooner we will be able to deliver on our promise of enabling economic empowerment for all.There are many important constituents that touch our ecosystem, and we’ve outlined specific methodology depending on if you’re a centralized exchange, ddex, keeper, Dai holder, custodial wallet, relayer, or CDP owner.At a high-level, you can find documentation here on our website and our developer integration guides in our dedicated Github repo here.To dive in further, we’ve put together a series of guides for specific partner types to access relevant documentation:Upgrading to Multi-Collateral DaiThis guide shares an overview on the steps necessary to migrate from Single-Collateral Dai (SCD) to Multi-Collateral Dai. Depending on your platform and use case for Dai, we’ve outlined various approaches to upgrading to MCD.Read more: Upgrading to Multi-Collateral DaiExchangesThis is a one-stop shop for information necessary for exchanges, such as our token contracts for both Mainnet and Kovan Testnet, listing symbols, token libraries and documentation for DSToken, the standard for Maker tokens.Check out more here: ExchangesWalletsUse this guide to integrate the DAI and MKR ERC-20 tokens into a wallet. Find easy access to our token contracts, source code and libraries.Read more here: WalletsRemittance ServicesThis guide is for remittance services seeking to integrate with Maker products. We share helpful resources from our partners which provide on-off ramps for Dai liquidity and easy Dai to fiat currency conversion. Our partners include Wyre, Ripio, Buenbit and Orionx. Fiat on-off ramps are valuable for remittance, commerce and for users just seeking to cash out Dai holdings in local currencies. Check out this guide if you’re looking to drive user adoption and bridge the gap between fiat and crypto.Check out more here: Remittance servicesKeepersThis guide is for partners interested in implementing Keepers: programs that automatically monitor and interact with CDPs and the Dai Credit System. Learn more about automatic interaction with CDP auctions and managing your CDPs.Learn more here: KeepersMarket MakersIf you’re looking for market making resources, this guide gives insight into the various repositories to create custom Keepers or run a Keeper node. Here you’ll be able to find access to our repo on Market Maker statistics which provides tools for visualizing market making data, as well as our repo on a set of keepers that have been implemented to facilitate market making for ddexs.Read more here: Market MakersDai Developer Documentation was originally published in MakerDAO on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Dai

19. 02. 26

Dai Developer Documentation

The MakerDAO ecosystem is designed as an elegant solution for an endless number of applications enabling decentralized finance. A critical part of that is fostering our developer community and supporting a wide network of open finance applications building on the Dai Credit System. This past year, we’ve seen incredible use cases and examples of powerful tools that integrate Dai.These include projects like:Request.Network is building a decentralized network for payment requests.Compound.finance is tackling efficient interest rates and creating a market for unutilized virtual currency.Maecenas is building a blockchain network for fine art.In this post, we will share more on where you can find documentation that will guide developers through the process. These guides and tutorials enable you to understand the various approaches to integrating with MakerDAO through smart contracts, SDKs, APIs and other products. These cover pertinent topics like CDP creation, Dai, Governance, Keepers, Oracles, and more.Integrating with MakerWe’re proud to see a wide range of products and services integrate with Maker. The more projects integrate Dai, the faster we can get to scale and sooner we will be able to deliver on our promise of enabling economic empowerment for all.There are many important constituents that touch our ecosystem, and we’ve outlined specific methodology depending on if you’re a centralized exchange, ddex, keeper, Dai holder, custodial wallet, relayer, or CDP owner.At a high-level, you can find documentation here on our website and our developer integration guides in our dedicated Github repo here.To dive in further, we’ve put together a series of guides for specific partner types to access relevant documentation:Upgrading to Multi-Collateral DaiThis guide shares an overview on the steps necessary to migrate from Single-Collateral Dai (SCD) to Multi-Collateral Dai. Depending on your platform and use case for Dai, we’ve outlined various approaches to upgrading to MCD.Read more: Upgrading to Multi-Collateral DaiExchangesThis is a one-stop shop for information necessary for exchanges, such as our token contracts for both Mainnet and Kovan Testnet, listing symbols, token libraries and documentation for DSToken, the standard for Maker tokens.Check out more here: ExchangesWalletsUse this guide to integrate the DAI and MKR ERC-20 tokens into a wallet. Find easy access to our token contracts, source code and libraries.Read more here: WalletsRemittance ServicesThis guide is for remittance services seeking to integrate with Maker products. We share helpful resources from our partners which provide on-off ramps for Dai liquidity and easy Dai to fiat currency conversion. Our partners include Wyre, Ripio, Buenbit and Orionx. Fiat on-off ramps are valuable for remittance, commerce and for users just seeking to cash out Dai holdings in local currencies. Check out this guide if you’re looking to drive user adoption and bridge the gap between fiat and crypto.Check out more here: Remittance servicesKeepersThis guide is for partners interested in implementing Keepers: programs that automatically monitor and interact with CDPs and the Dai Credit System. Learn more about automatic interaction with CDP auctions and managing your CDPs.Learn more here: KeepersMarket MakersIf you’re looking for market making resources, this guide gives insight into the various repositories to create custom Keepers or run a Keeper node. Here you’ll be able to find access to our repo on Market Maker statistics which provides tools for visualizing market making data, as well as our repo on a set of keepers that have been implemented to facilitate market making for ddexs.Read more here: Market MakersDai Developer Documentation was originally published in MakerDAO on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Dai

19. 02. 26

Dai Developer Documentation

The MakerDAO ecosystem is designed as an elegant solution for an endless number of applications enabling decentralized finance. A critical part of that is fostering our developer community and supporting a wide network of open finance applications building on the Dai Credit System. This past year, we’ve seen incredible use cases and examples of powerful tools that integrate Dai.These include projects like:Request.Network is building a decentralized network for payment requests.Compound.finance is tackling efficient interest rates and creating a market for unutilized virtual currency.Maecenas is building a blockchain network for fine art.In this post, we will share more on where you can find documentation that will guide developers through the process. These guides and tutorials enable you to understand the various approaches to integrating with MakerDAO through smart contracts, SDKs, APIs and other products. These cover pertinent topics like CDP creation, Dai, Governance, Keepers, Oracles, and more.Integrating with MakerWe’re proud to see a wide range of products and services integrate with Maker. The more projects integrate Dai, the faster we can get to scale and sooner we will be able to deliver on our promise of enabling economic empowerment for all.There are many important constituents that touch our ecosystem, and we’ve outlined specific methodology depending on if you’re a centralized exchange, ddex, keeper, Dai holder, custodial wallet, relayer, or CDP owner.At a high-level, you can find documentation here on our website and our developer integration guides in our dedicated Github repo here.To dive in further, we’ve put together a series of guides for specific partner types to access relevant documentation:Upgrading to Multi-Collateral DaiThis guide shares an overview on the steps necessary to migrate from Single-Collateral Dai (SCD) to Multi-Collateral Dai. Depending on your platform and use case for Dai, we’ve outlined various approaches to upgrading to MCD.Read more: Upgrading to Multi-Collateral DaiExchangesThis is a one-stop shop for information necessary for exchanges, such as our token contracts for both Mainnet and Kovan Testnet, listing symbols, token libraries and documentation for DSToken, the standard for Maker tokens.Check out more here: ExchangesWalletsUse this guide to integrate the DAI and MKR ERC-20 tokens into a wallet. Find easy access to our token contracts, source code and libraries.Read more here: WalletsRemittance ServicesThis guide is for remittance services seeking to integrate with Maker products. We share helpful resources from our partners which provide on-off ramps for Dai liquidity and easy Dai to fiat currency conversion. Our partners include Wyre, Ripio, Buenbit and Orionx. Fiat on-off ramps are valuable for remittance, commerce and for users just seeking to cash out Dai holdings in local currencies. Check out this guide if you’re looking to drive user adoption and bridge the gap between fiat and crypto.Check out more here: Remittance servicesKeepersThis guide is for partners interested in implementing Keepers: programs that automatically monitor and interact with CDPs and the Dai Credit System. Learn more about automatic interaction with CDP auctions and managing your CDPs.Learn more here: KeepersMarket MakersIf you’re looking for market making resources, this guide gives insight into the various repositories to create custom Keepers or run a Keeper node. Here you’ll be able to find access to our repo on Market Maker statistics which provides tools for visualizing market making data, as well as our repo on a set of keepers that have been implemented to facilitate market making for ddexs.Read more here: Market MakersDai Developer Documentation was originally published in MakerDAO on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Dai

19. 02. 26

MakerDAO at the Mexico Fre ...

The Oslo Freedom Forum (OFF) is a thriving global community of people united by the common vision of making the world a more peaceful, prosperous, and free place. OFF brings together leaders in advocacy, business, technology, policy, philanthropy, media, academia, and arts to share their stories and brainstorm ways to expand freedom and unleash human potential across the globe. It has evolved from an annual flagship event in Oslo to include satellite events around the world including New York, Johannesburg, Mexico City, and Taiwan.At OFFinMexico, you will hear powerful talks, explore an interactive expo of creative brands working at the intersection of entrepreneurship and human rights, learn how expert technologists are building tools to defend democracy, and meet a community of people dedicated to making the world more peaceful, prosperous, and free.MakerDAO is participating in this event as it perfectly communicates with one of the principles of the Foundation. Serving the Underserved.Serving the underserved refers to our focus on Dai adoption in emerging markets by recognizing the tremendous opportunities for growth that results from reducing inefficiencies in the global economy.Serving the underserved is a big statement that can be fulfilled in many ways, and at the OFF all those who are working towards this end can share their work and Ideas, so please if you at Mexico DF, please visit our booth this Tuesday, 26th at Museo Nacional de Antropologia to talk about how a decentralized stablecoin is helping those in need.MakerDAO at the Mexico Freedom Forum February 26th was originally published in MakerDAO on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Dai

19. 02. 25

MakerDAO at the Mexico Fre ...

The Oslo Freedom Forum (OFF) is a thriving global community of people united by the common vision of making the world a more peaceful, prosperous, and free place. OFF brings together leaders in advocacy, business, technology, policy, philanthropy, media, academia, and arts to share their stories and brainstorm ways to expand freedom and unleash human potential across the globe. It has evolved from an annual flagship event in Oslo to include satellite events around the world including New York, Johannesburg, Mexico City, and Taiwan.At OFFinMexico, you will hear powerful talks, explore an interactive expo of creative brands working at the intersection of entrepreneurship and human rights, learn how expert technologists are building tools to defend democracy, and meet a community of people dedicated to making the world more peaceful, prosperous, and free.MakerDAO is participating in this event as it perfectly communicates with one of the principles of the Foundation. Serving the Underserved.Serving the underserved refers to our focus on Dai adoption in emerging markets by recognizing the tremendous opportunities for growth that results from reducing inefficiencies in the global economy.Serving the underserved is a big statement that can be fulfilled in many ways, and at the OFF all those who are working towards this end can share their work and Ideas, so please if you at Mexico DF, please visit our booth this Tuesday, 26th at Museo Nacional de Antropologia to talk about how a decentralized stablecoin is helping those in need.MakerDAO at the Mexico Freedom Forum February 26th was originally published in MakerDAO on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Dai

19. 02. 25

MakerDAO at the Mexico Fre ...

The Oslo Freedom Forum (OFF) is a thriving global community of people united by the common vision of making the world a more peaceful, prosperous, and free place. OFF brings together leaders in advocacy, business, technology, policy, philanthropy, media, academia, and arts to share their stories and brainstorm ways to expand freedom and unleash human potential across the globe. It has evolved from an annual flagship event in Oslo to include satellite events around the world including New York, Johannesburg, Mexico City, and Taiwan.At OFFinMexico, you will hear powerful talks, explore an interactive expo of creative brands working at the intersection of entrepreneurship and human rights, learn how expert technologists are building tools to defend democracy, and meet a community of people dedicated to making the world more peaceful, prosperous, and free.MakerDAO is participating in this event as it perfectly communicates with one of the principles of the Foundation. Serving the Underserved.Serving the underserved refers to our focus on Dai adoption in emerging markets by recognizing the tremendous opportunities for growth that results from reducing inefficiencies in the global economy.Serving the underserved is a big statement that can be fulfilled in many ways, and at the OFF all those who are working towards this end can share their work and Ideas, so please if you at Mexico DF, please visit our booth this Tuesday, 26th at Museo Nacional de Antropologia to talk about how a decentralized stablecoin is helping those in need.MakerDAO at the Mexico Freedom Forum February 26th was originally published in MakerDAO on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Dai

19. 02. 25

Meridio ❤ Maker

The MakerDAO project aims to unlock the power of the blockchain for everyone by creating an inclusive platform for economic empowerment — allowing equal access to the global financial marketplace. A fantastic way to bring this to life is to showcase Dai use cases from community members and partners.Contributed article by MeridioOne of the most rewarding aspects of the Ethereum ecosystem is how collaborative projects are in the space. After all, these different projects and companies are deploying code to the same world computer. At Meridio, we are particularly fond of our collaboration with the Maker team. We integrated their DAI stablecoin into our platform early last summer in order to solve one of our most pronounced early challenges: investor apprehension to the volatility of Ether and Bitcoin. Now, investors on Meridio can seamlessly trade real estate shares for Dai, which allows a near-perfect approximation to the US Dollar while still gaining the benefits and efficiencies of smart contracts.Why Meridio needed a StablecoinWhen Meridio’s co-founders Mo and Corbin began showing real estate investors our alpha product in early 2018, investors loved the idea of owning and trading fractional shares of real estate, but they shied away from using Ether or Bitcoin to transact due to the price volatility. Investors simply aren’t comfortable risking 5–10% of their investment each time they purchased or traded shares. Rather than reverting to traditional off-chain payment methods such as wire transfers, we began researching different stablecoins to use instead. A stablecoin allows for the benefits of smart contracts, including trustless trades and nearly instant settlement time, without the volatility of cryptocurrencies. We explored several stablecoin options, but ultimately chose to start with Dai due to the volume of user adoption, ease of implementation, and decentralized price control methodology.How Meridio uses DaiTo start, we integrated Dai in three areas of our platform:Peer-to-peer trades of real estate tokensGiven investor’s overwhelming apprehension to the volatility of Ether and Bitcoin, our first priority was to make Dai the primary currency for any transactions of real estate shares. In our platform, each real estate property, fund, or REIT is represented by an Asset Token, which is an ERC-20 compatible smart contract with a customizable on-chain compliance layer. Traditionally, purchases of any ERC-20 token on-chain would require the buyer to make the purchase with Ether. Now, however, users can purchase or trade these Asset Tokens in our application directly with Dai in a trustless swap between the Asset Token and Dai. This means that the transaction can occur without the need for an escrow service and without being subject to any price volatility.Conversion of ETH to DAITo provide seamless in-app support for investors that already hold Ether, we integrated Airswap’s widget in user wallets and profile pages so they can quickly convert any Ether they hold in Metamask into Dai. Thus, if a user chooses to hold ETH, they can simply convert their holdings to Dai in order to prepare for a trade with no counterparty risk, without leaving the platform, and without giving up custody.BalancesOn our wallet page, we provide each user with the Dai and ETH balance of their linked wallet so they can quickly see their current position and make any currency conversions accordingly. Additionally, on the portfolio page, we show users their Dai balance as “Cash Available” in USD to help drive the association between holding Dai and traditional fiat currency. Our goal is to abstract the blockchain experience from the user so they can feel comfortable trading real estate shares online, and Dai helps us bridge that gap.ImpactWe see peer-to-peer trades, Ether balance conversion, and balance displays as only the beginning of our collaboration with Maker. For example, real estate asset owners that issue digital shares on Meridio could also distribute dividend payments using Dai based on real-time trading data, rather than manually issuing thousands of wire-transfers based on backward-looking data each quarter. Moreover, if these dividend payments are recorded on-chain, end-of-year accounting, tax, and K1 issuance can be completely automated using tools like Balanc3. These instant, seamless, and documented payments on-chain are further eased by services like Wyre that are rolling out fiat on and off-ramps (USD⇔DAI).The Maker team has many ambitious upgrades planned, notably support for a variety of digital assets in CDPs, known as Multi-Collateral Dai. We imagine a future where real estate tokens could be used as collateral for issuing Dai loans, given that real estate is a historically more stable asset than cryptocurrency or equities.Looking aheadEthereum provides a common platform for combining together many different, complementary projects, and you’re starting to see the movement accelerate especially within the DeFi community. We’re proud to do our small part introducing Maker to the world and are grateful to be a part of their journey.The building blocks for a more open and innovative financial system are starting to emerge, and the sum is certainly greater than all the parts. If you’d like early access to the Meridio platform or would participate in user testing, please sign up here!Thanks to Dave Conroy, Parker Place, Asha Dakshi, Jon Sanders, Connor O’Day, and Corbin Page for helping put together this post.Meridio ❤ Maker was originally published in MakerDAO on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

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19. 02. 12

Meridio ❤ Maker

The MakerDAO project aims to unlock the power of the blockchain for everyone by creating an inclusive platform for economic empowerment — allowing equal access to the global financial marketplace. A fantastic way to bring this to life is to showcase Dai use cases from community members and partners.Contributed article by MeridioOne of the most rewarding aspects of the Ethereum ecosystem is how collaborative projects are in the space. After all, these different projects and companies are deploying code to the same world computer. At Meridio, we are particularly fond of our collaboration with the Maker team. We integrated their DAI stablecoin into our platform early last summer in order to solve one of our most pronounced early challenges: investor apprehension to the volatility of Ether and Bitcoin. Now, investors on Meridio can seamlessly trade real estate shares for Dai, which allows a near-perfect approximation to the US Dollar while still gaining the benefits and efficiencies of smart contracts.Why Meridio needed a StablecoinWhen Meridio’s co-founders Mo and Corbin began showing real estate investors our alpha product in early 2018, investors loved the idea of owning and trading fractional shares of real estate, but they shied away from using Ether or Bitcoin to transact due to the price volatility. Investors simply aren’t comfortable risking 5–10% of their investment each time they purchased or traded shares. Rather than reverting to traditional off-chain payment methods such as wire transfers, we began researching different stablecoins to use instead. A stablecoin allows for the benefits of smart contracts, including trustless trades and nearly instant settlement time, without the volatility of cryptocurrencies. We explored several stablecoin options, but ultimately chose to start with Dai due to the volume of user adoption, ease of implementation, and decentralized price control methodology.How Meridio uses DaiTo start, we integrated Dai in three areas of our platform:Peer-to-peer trades of real estate tokensGiven investor’s overwhelming apprehension to the volatility of Ether and Bitcoin, our first priority was to make Dai the primary currency for any transactions of real estate shares. In our platform, each real estate property, fund, or REIT is represented by an Asset Token, which is an ERC-20 compatible smart contract with a customizable on-chain compliance layer. Traditionally, purchases of any ERC-20 token on-chain would require the buyer to make the purchase with Ether. Now, however, users can purchase or trade these Asset Tokens in our application directly with Dai in a trustless swap between the Asset Token and Dai. This means that the transaction can occur without the need for an escrow service and without being subject to any price volatility.Conversion of ETH to DAITo provide seamless in-app support for investors that already hold Ether, we integrated Airswap’s widget in user wallets and profile pages so they can quickly convert any Ether they hold in Metamask into Dai. Thus, if a user chooses to hold ETH, they can simply convert their holdings to Dai in order to prepare for a trade with no counterparty risk, without leaving the platform, and without giving up custody.BalancesOn our wallet page, we provide each user with the Dai and ETH balance of their linked wallet so they can quickly see their current position and make any currency conversions accordingly. Additionally, on the portfolio page, we show users their Dai balance as “Cash Available” in USD to help drive the association between holding Dai and traditional fiat currency. Our goal is to abstract the blockchain experience from the user so they can feel comfortable trading real estate shares online, and Dai helps us bridge that gap.ImpactWe see peer-to-peer trades, Ether balance conversion, and balance displays as only the beginning of our collaboration with Maker. For example, real estate asset owners that issue digital shares on Meridio could also distribute dividend payments using Dai based on real-time trading data, rather than manually issuing thousands of wire-transfers based on backward-looking data each quarter. Moreover, if these dividend payments are recorded on-chain, end-of-year accounting, tax, and K1 issuance can be completely automated using tools like Balanc3. These instant, seamless, and documented payments on-chain are further eased by services like Wyre that are rolling out fiat on and off-ramps (USD⇔DAI).The Maker team has many ambitious upgrades planned, notably support for a variety of digital assets in CDPs, known as Multi-Collateral Dai. We imagine a future where real estate tokens could be used as collateral for issuing Dai loans, given that real estate is a historically more stable asset than cryptocurrency or equities.Looking aheadEthereum provides a common platform for combining together many different, complementary projects, and you’re starting to see the movement accelerate especially within the DeFi community. We’re proud to do our small part introducing Maker to the world and are grateful to be a part of their journey.The building blocks for a more open and innovative financial system are starting to emerge, and the sum is certainly greater than all the parts. If you’d like early access to the Meridio platform or would participate in user testing, please sign up here!Thanks to Dave Conroy, Parker Place, Asha Dakshi, Jon Sanders, Connor O’Day, and Corbin Page for helping put together this post.Meridio ❤ Maker was originally published in MakerDAO on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

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19. 02. 12

Join us at ETHDenver — Mak ...

Join us at ETHDenver — MakerDAO Events ScheduleThursday, February 14Calling All Hackers — Join Aave and MakerDAO MeetupJoin us during BUIDLweek for an early workshop on decentralized finance with Aave and MakerDAO. Here we will be helping hackers get familiar with the projects and to navigate the abundance of tools that are available for integration and hacking. Join us to learn about the wonders of Dai and how to use the MakerDAO Toolbox.Sign up: RSVPWhen: 3:00 PM — 6:00 PM MSTWhere: Enterprise Coworking, 3000 Lawrence Street, Denver, CO 80205Friday, February 15Start HackingKickoff the hackathon with us! We’re looking forward to seeing creative projects built on the MakerDAO ecosystem. Join us for a series of talks and workshops over the weekend:10:45am: “Out-of-the-box UX Upgrades: Dai.js and DSProxy” with Ethan Bennett12:50pm: “Dai and CDPs: A Year in Review with Maker” with Mariano Conti on the Main StageSaturday, February 1610:10am: “Biz Dev & Crypto: Breaking Out of the Bubble” with Ashleigh Schapp10:30am: We’re hosting a fun workshop for Apprent.io high school students and spectators on token economics and Dai. Join us for fun game theory demos with Sean Brennan1:00pm: “Connecting to the Real World: Oracles and Data for Dapps” with Mariano ContiSunday, February 1710pm: Join us for the BuffiDai & xDai Dappy Hour — ETHDenver edition!We couldn’t resist throwing another Dai party. This time around, we won’t only be mixing drinks — we will be playing with a palette of ingredients (including BuffiDai, xDai & Burner Wallet) to achieve the full state of dappiness! Welcome to the Cypherpunk Speakeasy Dappy Hour! From 10pm until 12am, purchase your favorite drinks with BuffiDai or xDai. Register now and see you at Stoney’s right after the official afterparty!Join us at ETHDenver — MakerDAO Events Schedule was originally published in MakerDAO on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

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