## This proposal is expected to appear on Snapshot for voting on 2022-01-02T00:00:00Z. Make sure to stake your vBNT for voting before this date and time to participate in the DAO decision.
For this proposal to pass, it requires a 20% quorum and 66.7% supermajority.
- This proposal seeks to increase the pool fees on the LINK/BNT pool from 0.2% to 0.5%.
- The LINK pool on Bancor has the deepest liquidity in a DEX, 11.82x the liquidity of the second largest pool.
- An increased pool fee will help siphon more profits from arbitrageurs to the protocol and most likely not affect volume therefore increasing APYs for the LPs in the pool.
Deepest LINK pools on Ethereum are:
The LINK/BNT 0.2% Bancor pool with $264,964,252 liquidity .
The LINK/ETH 0.3% Uniswap v3 pool with $21.03m liquidity .
The LINK/ETH 0.3% Uniswap v2 pool with US$22,426,017 liquidity .
The LINK/ETH 0.3% Sushiswap pool with $6,673,650.35 liquidity .
The second-largest pool for LINK is on Uniswap V2 at 0.3% fee but with 8.46% of the LINK/BNT liquidity.
This pool shares some similarities to the TRAC pool in which we have the largest amount of liquidity for a specific token.
An analysis on the effect of the pool fees on pool volume conducted on the USDT/BNT pool showed that there is not enough evidence to support a linear relationship between them (Figure 1).
Figure 1 - USDT pool fee changes with market share before and after the Fee change. The 1000 and 2000 x axis values represent a 0.1% and 0.2% fee, respectively.
Mark’s comment on the TRAC pool fee experiment sheds some light into the topic.
In conclusion, increasing the pool fee will help siphon more profits from arbitrageur to the protocol, most likely not affect volume and therefore increase APYs for the LPs in the pool and protocol-earned fees.
- Increase the pool fee in the LINK pool from 0.2% to 0.5%.
- Keep the pool fee in the LINK pool at 0.2%.
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