iamcapote August 2, 2022, 8:35pm #1
To clarify the contracts from which CORE DELTA TVL can be extracted. Different protocols have different metrics which can include and exclude certain contracts.
*Updated August 22 2022
Contract Details for CORE DELTA TVL
|Name||Total USD||Contract Address|
|DELTA Stable Yield||3,213,498||0x3554fc4998F83967DCAB5B2EF858E8E63FeFBD26|
|CORE LGE II Proxy||84,723||0xf7ca8f55c54cbb6d0965bc6d65c43adc500bc5|
|Uniswap CORE/WETH UNI||1,251,917||0x32ce7e48debdccbfe0cd037cc89526e4382cb81b|
|Dev Treasury / Core Multisig||59,276,180||0x5A16552f59ea34E44ec81E58b3817833E9fD5436|
Total CoreDelta TVL: $106,912,061 USD
Total CoreDelta TVL + TVB: $158,711,749 USD
TVB (Total Value Burned): -
“Total Value Locked (TVL) represents the number of assets that are being staked in a specific protocol at the moment: this value is not meant to show the number of outstanding loans, but rather the total amount of underlying supply that is being secured by a specific protocol or application by DeFi completely.”
zeroexjeff August 22, 2022, 8:56pm #5
Based off of this definition we might want to change the TVL calculation above, as the burn address contributes a significant amount. Neither the developers nor the DAO control this address, so it feels a bit cheesy to include it since TVL is a rather important metric imho.
Would love to hear everyone’s thoughts on this.
Appreciate all your work! @iamcapote
iamcapote August 22, 2022, 10:25pm #6
i understand this is rather to show that different protocols use different metrics to designate TVL. Posted this to list every contract in the CORE ecosystem that has value in it and leave it up to specific protocols to define their TVL metrics. i revised the wording to reflect this