H1 2021 Vision Review, Discussion and Voting Schedule
- Community Review and Discussion: December 20 – 26, 2020 (Leave Comments or Questions Below)
- Community Ratification Vote (APP-002): December 27 – 30, 2020 (Using the Community Voting Dapp)
As outlined in the DAO’s initial roadmap, the DAO is outlining its vision for key activities during H1 2021. The DAO plans to focus on creating additional utility for Ample, improving knowledge of elastic finance (and Ample) and forging appropriate alliances with DeFi protocols to further Ample’s (and elastic finance’s) network effects and utilization.
Idea implementation/execution: The DAO’s H1 2021 Vision is outlined in the presentation below.
Budget/cost: DAO leadership would allocate up to $40,000 of the DAO Treasury to execute against priority areas outlined in the H1 2021 Vision document.
- Phase I: Community review and discussion: December 20 – 26, 2020 (please post your comments or questions below).
- Phase II: Community ratification vote (using the DAO’s voting dapp): December 27 – 29, 2020
- Note: This vote will authorize the DAO’s leadership to execute the H1 2021 vision and allocate up to $40,000 of Treasury funds toward Vision-related projects and initiatives. AmpleSense Progress Proposal 002 will be published for this purpose.
- Phase III: Implementation: H1 2021 with regular reporting on progress to the community
One area of the Vision Vote Roadmap I’m particularly looking forward to is the opportunity section. This is where other Rebase and EeFi opportunities can be developed for KMPL holders. And for the AmpleSense DAO to get involved in. So far it looks like we’ve got positive feedback and votes for this. Cheers!
This is an exciting time for the ASDAO, and it is great to see such an initiative from the leadership!
Regarding Elastic Vaults, we can avoid reinventing the wheel by learning from other vault models. This is advantageous in terms of resource costs. E.g. the yEarn and Curve vaults are obviously a successful model, while other emerging DAO structures are also worth a good look – LinkSwap, for instance.
Alliances – Benchmark and Yam could be good candidates in the EeFi sector.
There is a lot we can brainstorm in the discussions on this page, and that might be a good idea to help us formalize the 1-3 proposals.
Like that it include funds for elastic vaults, lending and partner opportunities. Could some of funds be allocated to ample devs from the dao? Devs are the backbone, and most of the future projects will require more developers. Next, believe we should avoid partnerships which ultimately the serve the same purpose as Amplesense ie aave if we are to continue with assa lending.
Alliance nominations: Meme Ltd. Apy.vision (formerly liquidity.vision)
I particularly look forward to the implementation of ‘Elastic Vaults’ and believe they will be a gamechanger going forward for Amplesense.
I would like to recommend that when we implement said vaults and start trying to attract people from outside the immediate AMPL community we perhaps make the user interface a little bit more modern and colourful than the somewhat spartan kGeyser interface.
Some recent UIs that I have interacted with that may give devs some inspiration would include:
Already love what you guys are doing 🙂 waiting to cast my votes & trying to spread the word organically.
Would suggest taking some of EVO’s advice & releasing at least 1 early vault to attract outside users.
I also agree that UI, UI & UI are important…we need a well polished dashboard to specifically cater towards AMPL & kMPL…with other rebase coins being a sideshow. Something prestigious maybe lol
I do have an interest in Bond-NFT’s … perhaps talks with SYNC could yield something useful related to elasticity, which could then perhaps find further use within our dash?
Thanks guys 🙂