AAVE LIQUIDITY PROTOCOL
Earn interest, borrow assets, and build applications
$ 7,483,633,667.28of liquidity is locked in Aave across 5 networks and over 11 markets.
Aave was first deployed on the Ethereum network in January 2020. Ethereum is the largest market on the Aave protocol by liquidity and has the most listed assets.
Faster transactions and lower fees make interacting with Aave on Polygon perfect for high volume transactions. Earn rewards in polygon for supply liquidity and borrowing.
Fast and cheaper transactions. Earn rewards in AVAX for borrowing or supplying liquidity.
Ethereums security with speed. Arbitrum is a L2 rollup deployed on Aave for secure, fast transactions.
Optimism is an EVM equivalent Optimistic Rollup chain. It's designed to be fast, simple, and secure.
Metis is an EVM-compatible Layer 2 (L2) scaling solution that uses optimistic rollup technology.
And more to come...Submit a proposal to deploy a new market in the Aave ecosystem. You can learn from the Aave governance.Learn more
Governed by the communityAave is a fully decentralized, community governed protocol with 155,941 token holders.Governance Forum
How it Works
Submit an Aave Request for Improvement(AIP)
The proposal is submitted through a GitHub pull request, and the community votes on approvals
Aave Grants DAO
Aave Community Treasury
The Aave treasury is composed of the ecosystem reserve (AAVE tokens) and treasury collectors which earn fees from:
- Reserve factor: percentage of protocol interest paid by borrowers
- Instant liquidity fees: percentage of fees from instant liquidity transactions (V3 only)
- Liquidation fees: percentage of collateral liquidation bonus (V3 only, not yet active)
- Portal fees: paid by bridging protocols to re-back assets (V3 only, not yet active)