Aave Labs Introduces Proposal for Aave 2030

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Aave Labs announced via X on Tuesday that it has submitted a major proposal called Aave 2030 to its community members.

Aave Labs announced via X on Tuesday that it has submitted a major proposal called Aave 2030 to its community members. This proposal includes major upgrades and expansions, including Aave V4, Aave Network, Cross-Chain Liquidity Layer, non-EVM L1 deployments and a fresh new visual identity, all leading the future of DeFi innovation.

The team explained that Aave V4 proposes the Unified Liquidity Layer, a more flexible and efficient approach to liquidity management. This design enables the modification of various modules without the need to migrate liquidity or disrupt existing integrations. Furthermore, Aave V4's Liquidity Premiums adjust borrowing costs in the same market based on collateral risk, ensuring fairer pricing for all.

With CCIP, Superchains, and V4's Unified Liquidity Layer, Aave can enable secure infrastructure for cross-chain liquidity, the team concluded. 

Aave protocol is a decentralized, open-source, and non-custodial money market protocol. Depositors earn interest by providing liquidity to lending pools, while borrowers can obtain overcollateralized loans by using the liquidity from these pools. AAVE is trading at $83.30 per token, down by less than 1% in the last 24 hours.

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