The Aave neighborhood is searching for to scale back its protocol publicity to the Curve DAO token, with two proposals open for voting on Aug. 10. The transfer is available in an try and restrict the danger posed to the lending protocol by the massive borrowing place held by Curve Finance founder Michael Egorov.

Curve DAO (CRV) is the native token of the decentralized finance (DeFi) protocol Curve Finance. Egorov deposited over 30% of CRV’s whole market capitalization as collateral to take out almost $60 million in loans on Aave v2. Nonetheless, Curve’s hack on July 30 impacted its token price, making Egorov’s place weak to liquidation.

Till Aug. 12, Aave tokenholders can vote on two proposals. One seeks to reduce the liquidation threshold by 6% for CRV on Aave v2, which might end in person accounts changing into topic to liquidation upon approval. The second disables borrowing of CRV on Ethereum and Polygon v3, thus disabling the flexibility to brief CRV by way of the Aave protocol.

Proposal to scale back the liquidation threshold for CRV on Aave v2 on Ethereum. Supply: Aave

On the time of writing, over 571,000 votes have been forged, with 100% of holders supporting limiting Aave’s publicity to CRV.

Amid fears of liquidation surrounding Egorov’s loans, the Aave neighborhood can also be voting on a 3rd proposal ending on Aug. 11. Within the proposal, Aave Chan founder Marc Zeller calls for the Aave Treasury to buy $2 million value of CRV tokens from Curve, claiming it will sign that DeFi gamers help the well being of the ecosystem. On the time of writing, 62.91% of voters support the acquisition, whereas 37.09% are towards it.

Curve’s assault sparked fears of cascading effects throughout the DeFi ecosystem. Behind the hack was a vulnerability on three variations of Vyper — a standard programming language throughout DeFi protocols. The vulnerability triggered white hat and black hat hackers battling on-chain, preventing over exploit makes an attempt and cash recoveries. A portion of the funds has been returned by the attacker. Curve Finance is offering a bug bounty to anybody in a position to determine the thief.

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