Decentralized autonomous organization Maker will launch a new type of Dai stablecoin today.
Known as Multi-Collateral Dai, the new type of the DAI will be backed by several types of collateral in contrast to the existing Single-Collateral Dai, which will now be called Sai.
While Maker previously announced the new protocol in October, the firm provided an update on the upcoming changes to Dai in a post on Nov. 18.
As per the announcement, the launch of MCD will not require any action from Dai users today.
Maker plans to gradually phase-out old DAI in several months.
Specifically, Dai users will be able to convert their SCD to MCD via the Argent wallet soon after Nov. 18, Maker noted.
The new Dai will be available on the Compound protocol, which will allow users to earn interest from holding Dai tokens.
In order to start earning interest from Dai, users will have to remove their old Dai from Compound and move the converted MCD back into Compound, Maker explained.
While Compound confirmed their plans for Dai integration in mid-October, there is no specific date set for the change, according to Maker.
The launch of MCD is expected to unlock two key features - the Dai Savings Rate as well as new collateral types for collateralized debt positions, which is another important aspect of the Dai's smart contract ecosystem.
Maker Launches New Dai Today, Expects to Phase-Out Old Dai in Months
pubblicato su Nov 18, 2019
by Cointele | pubblicato su Coinage
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