Paxos has tapped MakerDAO to increase the debt ceiling of its Pax USD stablecoin to $1.5B.
If accepted, the proposal would generate $29M in annual revenue for the DeFi lender.
The proposal is in line with MakerDAO’s objective of diversifying its stablecoin reserves.
Popular stablecoin issuer, Paxos has tapped leading DeFi lender MakerDAO with a proposal to raise the debt ceiling of its Pax USD (USDP) stablecoin. The partnership proposes that USDP holdings be increased to $1.5 billion in the DAO’s reserve. The current debt ceiling is $450 million.
As per the proposal posted on Maker’s governance forum, Paxos would pay monthly marketing fees to the DAO for maintaining reserves above a threshold of 1.5 billion USDP. The marketing fee would be 45% of the Effective Federal Funds Rate.
At the time of writing, the federal interest rate stood at 4.3%, which would mean up to $29 million in annual revenues for MakerDAO. “The marketing fees are defined to automatically reflect interest rate changes and will not expire after a set amount of time,” the proposal read.
The proposal has a provision of increasing the threshold to $2 billion by 2024. It is currently in the discussion stage and will move ahead for a vote if community members deem it appropriate. The response so far has been optimistic.
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