Thank, you, done and done!
Not sure whether I need to do this again, but I’ve been asked to do so, just in case:
I am an Optimism delegate [Delegate Commitments - #136 by jackanorak ] with sufficient voting power and I believe this proposal is ready to move to a vote.
Voting Cycle #7: Roundup move your approvals here; Jack and myself gave you the OK. Good luck!
The defi shadow committee – which is not an official committee – supports this proposal.
We broadly support Alchemix’s proposal as written but advise halving their ask generally by time and size – there’s simply no good argument for running a grant past six months, and even that amount of time is a stretch.
They’re in the minority of proposals to date that have offered a bottom-up approach in outlining the size of their ask and explaining the additionality of the grant, and we’re inclined to agree with their view.
Another key piece is that Alchemix’s proposal is rare in that they are explicitly committing to move resources over to Optimism themselves — that is, they’re not just trying to draw users and capital, they’re moving the deployment of their own capital to encourage more use on Optimism. This goes beyond the simple idea of “incentive matching” — it’s a reflection that a grant can beget follow-on activity, and it’s exactly the kind of behavior we should be encouraging.
We think there is still some work to be done to determine KPIs, demonstrate migration from Mainnet, and discuss potential integrations with other ecosystem protocols, but these are nits in an otherwise well-presented proposal that seems advantageous for Optimism.
Defi Committee A Recommendation
Voting recommendation: No with caveat to resubmit
Rationale: We like the overall token distribution plan and value proposition. However, we would like to see the proposal resubmitted with the amount and distribution timeline split into 2 separate proposals. We would be happy to approve this proposal once these changes are made.
My interpretation of this request is that we would split it into 250k tokens for depositor incentives, and 250k tokens for liquidity incentives - is that accurate?
Additionally, can the split simply be a note in the proposal that the two 250k asks will be voted on separately, or you’d actually like us to split it out into two new forum posts?
We would like to see the distribution timeline and amount requested both reduced. The current ask is 500,000 over one year, so ideally we would like to see 250,000 over 6 months, so we can re-evaluate and make an additional grant based on performance metrics. Thank you for following up and please reach out if you have any additional questions.
Got it, so to verify - you are asking us to reduce the ask to 250k over 6 months for this proposal. Then, in 6 months, we can come back with another proposal for another 250k, or more, or less, if it makes sense to do so.
Yes, exactly. We can reassess after the 6 month timeline and evaluate effectiveness of the current token distribution plan.
Thank you for the feedback. I’ve made the suggested edits to the proposal to reflect 250k tokens over 6 months.
I believe it may be too late for these changes to be included in the current voting cycle. If that’s the case, we will be happy to support this proposal in the next voting cycle. Looping in @lavande for guidance
Since this proposal has received two delegate approvals, it may move to a vote in Cycle 7 as is.
Since approvals and committee recommendations were provided based on the proposal in its current form, and votes go to Snapshot today, I believe it is too late to make changes to the current proposal in this cycle.
The options would be to submit this proposal as is in Cycle 7 or to re-submit an updated proposal in Cycle 8.
Yes, I believe this proposal should go to Snapshot now in the same form in which it was originally submitted. @Ov3rkoalafied this means it could still be approved by delegate votes in its current form and you are welcome to reach out to delegates to solicit their support.
If it does not pass, you can resubmit to Cycle 8 with edits @Katie has suggested which sounds like it will earn their endorsement and will likely lead to easy approval then.
Voted no - Defi Committee A reasoning given here. I like this proposal overall but the team is going to adjust their amount requested and distribution timeline and resubmit for next cycle.
Sounds good to me. Do I need to do anything for it to proceed in that manner?
Hope to vote for this in the next voting cycle, if you follow committee’s recommendation this is a strong proposal otherwise.
Voted : Against
Going with Committee decision and would love to support the proposal with new changes.
Voted No for this particular iteration of the proposal following DeFi committee A’s recommendation. The team will hopefully take the feedback and resubmit next cycle.
Following the DeFi A committee recommendation, our vision particularly in this case, we would like to see some traction as a lending protocol in the Optimism network or faithfully follow the recommendations of the committee to governance provide a grant (approving the proposal) in its fair measure.
Snapshot vote - not passed