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Tokenized Locking in an Algorithmic Backed Protocolby@oceanfling
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Tokenized Locking in an Algorithmic Backed Protocol

by Tristan Clarke5mNovember 24th, 2022
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The idea of locking funds in any way costs the user, but it benefits both the user and the system in terms of stability. In theory, any MoE (Medium of Exchange) that struggles with stability should embrace locking. Tokenized staking with various maturities is already a part of the ecosystem, however, it is less evident amongst stablecoins. Stablecoins are also a space that could benefit from a maturity-based model in the future. The principal cost of locking involves the inability to capture higher market yield when it arises after lock-in.

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