DXdao MultiCall Schemes (in Alchemy)

DXdao MultiCall Schemes (in Alchemy)

As DXdao grows and matures, it becomes critical for DXdao to have the ability to interact with the Ethereum DeFi ecosystem.

The goal of this post is to provide some in depth analysis around the different products and protocols that DXdao can interact with, understand the benefits and risks of each, and help prioritize which ones to focus on first.

For reference, these schemes sit in DAOstack’s repo:
https://github.com/daostack/arc/blob/master/contracts/schemes/GenericSchemeMultiCall.sol

This sheet outlines some of the key systems in DeFi, and evaluates them based on criteria, including:
Total Value Locked
ETH Locked
DeFi Score
Audit
Bug Bounty
Time Index
Centralization Index
Benefits to DXdao

This sheet provides a summary:
DXdao MultiCall Schemes (in Alchemy)

Would be great to gather community feedback/suggestions.

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Awesome that you put this together. I would add that from a security perspective it makes sense to try to limit this list. For instance, I would suggest only picking one lending platform rather than adding 3 of them, unless there was a clear need for more than one.

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Yes, agree. This list shows the “greater list” of options, so people can get an overview of what is out there, assess the differences and then we make decisions based off analysis of real numbers/parameters.

Now added is a “Prioritization Rank” column on the right to identify the most important ones and move forward with.

Have also added more internal systems that also need to be handled, such as Token Lists and DXD curve management.

As a small update, Curve Labs is wrapping up building the Uniswap-DAOstack scheme for NecDAO, and is working on a Balancer-DAOstack scheme for PrimeDAO (no UI yet but we’re doing unit testing right now).

You can play with the Uniswap-scheme on Rinkeby here:

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