ICHI Weekly Review — Week 34 (August 16–22, 2021)

Recent News and Announcements

Highlights: Pool Liquidity and Reward Allocation (Table 1)

  • Row 5: $onePERL up over 35% week over week as ICHI rewards begin for $onePERL Deposits
  • Row 14: Bancor Pool becomes largest ICHI pool after proposal passes in Bancor community enlarging Bancor’s contribution to pool by $350K
  • Rows 16: ~10% increase in liquidity across ICHI pools, leaving ICHI Liquidity Locked over $9.4M

Important: Please see 8/25/21 ICHI per block column in table 1 for this week’s changes to ICHI reward allocations.

Table 1: Pool Liquidity and Reward Allocation for Week 33 and 34

*1inch contract details on ICHI guaranteed reward schedule — dual liquidity rewards extended through September 1st, 2021

**ICHI-BNT Pool rewards

Table 2: ICHI oneToken Deposit Reward Schedule

Coming up this week (August 23–29)

  • August 25th, 2021 — Reward adjustments go into effect
  • August 25th, 2021 — Uniswap community call and on Discord

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