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黑色星期四”的清算引发了针对创客基金会(Maker Foundation)的2800万美元诉讼

2020-4-17 12:49

 

原告称,Makerdao的行为是“故意的和欺诈的”


法庭文件是由一位名叫彼得·约翰逊的投资者提交的,他声称自己将1713.7 ETH的抵押品锁定在Makerdao的一笔贷款中。根据他的申诉,Johnson的清算价格定在每ETH 121美元,但黑色星期四事件让他的投资组合化为乌有。法庭文件指出,约翰逊希望获得约820万美元的赔偿,其中包括三项指控,以及约2000万美元的惩罚性和三倍赔偿。在约翰逊损失了价值超过20万美元的ETH之后,他声称Makerdao的行为是“故意和欺诈的”。此外,如果像3月12日这样的黑天鹅事件发生,原告声称,投资者之前被告知的清算将只有13%左右。


诉讼称:“创客基金会和其他第三方用户界面通知用户,由于他们的CDPs将被严重超额担保,清算事件只会导致针对剩余抵押品的13%的清算罚款,之后剩余抵押品将返还给用户。”


Makerdao社区似乎试图通过利用系统的治理投票来找出补偿计划。然而,偿还已被清算的傣族投资者的计划尚未确定。原告的诉讼称,创客基金会(Maker Foundation)知道这些事件可能会发生,而该协议的超额担保和13%的规定并不保护担保贷款。有趣的是,贝内特•汤姆林(Bennett Tomlin)的博客文章《深入观察造客道和DAI以及MKR》(A Deep Look at Maker DAO and DAI and MKR)在造客道出现流动性问题的两年前就预测到了它。创客基金会在3月12日的集体诉讼中被起诉,要求赔偿2800万美元。3月12日的事件导致200多万美元的清算。诉讼称,Makerdao项目背后的团队没有向投资者解释损失的极端风险。


创客基金会提起诉讼,要求2800万美元——原告引用3月12日的清算


3月中旬,news.Bitcoin.com报道了以太坊(ETH)的价格,这给Makerdao项目的开放式金融贷款系统带来了巨大的压力。由于Makerdao利用ETH进行超额抵押,3月12日的损失也就是所谓的“黑色星期四”导致价值约200万美元的stablecoin DAI出现了不足抵押。


活动结束后,Makerdao基金会的成员讨论了如何向遭受大规模清算的个人发送“部分”补偿。该团队还讨论了在USDC中增加stablecoin的可能性,以便在以太坊的价格再次出现波动时,能够减轻损失。辩论结束后,DAI投资者对目前的结果并不满意,一群个人决定将创客基金会告上法庭。

 

Makerdao’s Actions Were ‘Intentional and Fraudulent,’ Claims Plaintiff

 

The court document was filed by an investor named Peter Johnson who alleges he had 1713.7 ETH collateral locked into a Makerdao loan. According to his complaint, Johnson’s liquidation price was set at $121 per ETH, but the Black Thursday event wiped his portfolio out. The court filing notes that Johnson wants roughly $8.2 million for three charges and about $20 million for punitive and treble damages. After Johnson lost more than $200,000 worth of ETH, he claims that the Makerdao’s actions were “intentional and fraudulent.” Moreover, if a Black Swan event like March 12 were to happen, the plaintiff claims investors were previously told liquidations would only be around 13%.

 

“The Maker Foundation and other third-party user interfaces informed users that, because their CDPs would be significantly overcollateralized, liquidation events would only result in a 13 [percent] liquidation penalty applied against the remaining collateral, after which the remaining collateral would be returned to the user,” the lawsuit claims.

 

The Makerdao community seems to be trying to figure out a compensation plan by leveraging the system’s governance poll. However, a plan to reimburse DAI investors who were liquidated has not been established. The plaintiff’s lawsuit alleges that the Maker Foundation knew these events could happen and the protocol’s overcollateriztion and 13% rules did not protect collateralized loans. Interestingly, Bennett Tomlin’s blog post called “A Deep Look at Maker DAO and DAI and MKR” predicted the Makerdao’s liquidity issues two years before it happened.The Maker Foundation is being sued in a class-action lawsuit for $28 million over the March 12 event that caused over $2 million in liquidations. The lawsuit alleges that the team behind the Makerdao project did not explain the extreme risk of loss to investors.

 

Maker Foundation Sued for $28 Million – Plaintiffs Cite March 12 Liquidations

 

In mid-March, news.Bitcoin.com reported on the price of ethereum (ETH) putting a significant strain on the Makerdao project’s open finance loan system. Because Makerdao uses ETH for overcollaterization, the losses accrued on March 12 otherwise known as ‘Black Thursday,’ made it so roughly $2 million worth of the stablecoin DAI was undercollateralized.

 

After the event, members of the Makerdao Foundation discussed ways to send a “partial” reimbursement to individuals who suffered from massive liquidations. The team also discussed adding the stablecoin USDC, in order to mitigate against another deep loss if ethereum prices shuddered again. Following the debate, DAI investors are not pleased with the outcome so far and a group of individuals decided to take the Maker Foundation to court over the issue.

 

 

来自: Bitcoin