Proposal to add DUSD/FraxBP pool on Ethereum to the Gauge Controller

Add the new DUSD/FraxBP pool on Ethereum to the Gauge Controller
Gauge Address: 0x1Db233c2D10e6076d347f5FC87d575b4F8b88Ca7

Davos Protocol aims to establish a strong presence in both the Curve and Ethereum ecosystems by introducing a gauge for the new DUSD/FraxBP pool. This strategic move is intended to position the pool as the primary liquidity source for DUSD on Ethereum, while simultaneously boosting Frax liquidity on Curve. By channeling resources towards this specific pool, Davos Protocol aims to enhance liquidity and promote a vibrant ecosystem for both DUSD and Frax within the respective platform.

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Protocol Description:
Davos Protocol is a decentralized on-chain stablecoin protocol operating on both the Polygon Network and Ethereum Network, governed by the Davos Governance Token (DGT). It enables users to optimize the value of their crypto assets by accessing loans in DUSD stablecoin and earning competitive interest rates. The protocol prioritizes Liquid Staking Tokens (LSTs) as collateral, leveraging Ethereum’s proof-of-stake mechanism for scalable crypto yield. Through collateralized reward-bearing assets, particularly LSTs, users can compound their yields and benefit from DeFi composability. The protocol redistributes DUSD yield and incentives to stakers, lenders, and liquidity providers, amplifying the benefits and utility of LST tokens within the ecosystem. Community-driven governance by DGT token holders plays a vital role in decision-making and voting.

Davos Protocol leverages its yield generation mechanisms to redistribute the generated yield as incentives, commonly referred to as “bribes,” to the DEX pool. To streamline this process and improve efficiency, the protocol proposes for a gauge to be in place that enables direct distribution of these incentives. As the Total Value Locked (TVL) in the pool increases, the pool receives a larger portion of incentives from Davos Protocol. This incentivizes the pool to become the primary liquidity source for the DUSD omnichain stablecoin.


  1. Governance:
    Governance of the Davos Protocol is facilitated through DGT, granting holders the power to vote on protocol changes. DGT holders can propose and vote on modifications, ensuring democratic decision-making. Changes approved by the voters won’t take effect immediately, safeguarding the system against potentially harmful proposals. The Global Davos Council (GDC) is a council consisting of co-founders and advisors. The GDC serves as a governing body, providing guidance and expertise.

  2. Oracles:
    As of now, the protocol does not rely on or utilize any oracles.

  3. Audits:
    davos-contracts/audits/Quantstamp_130223.pdf at main · davos-money/davos-contracts · GitHub
    davos-contracts/audits/Veridise_301122.pdf at main · davos-money/davos-contracts · GitHub
    davos-contracts/audits/SlowMist_310523.pdf at main · davos-money/davos-contracts · GitHub

  4. Centralization vectors:
    DUSD operates as a decentralized stablecoin and the protocol is currently managed by the core team, but the Governance Token (DGT) and veDGT model will be released to enable community governance. Liquidation can be performed by any individual.

  5. Market History:
    DUSD has never experienced a severe de-pegging event: USD price today, DUSD to USD live price, marketcap and chart | CoinMarketCap


great stuff! LSTfi a hot narrative and will totally benefit curve and Ethereum eco

Love it! A must for Curve in my opinion.