This link attempts to map out (a) user roles to (b) desired behavior, (c) provide incentives/punishments (a tokenomics term) to guide that behavior and then (d) lastly, offer $USF utility to further enhance that behavior.
There is lots to discuss around the minutia of the actual decision for the utility, but this is a general framework that can guide our overall $USF tokenomics.
The results of this thread’s conversation may or may not impact the already written A-D work of the community thus far, but the point of this particular thread is to flesh out and build
$USF UTILITY → USER ROLES in the eco system.
One hang up I already have is a hunch that we should provide some risk to the staking pool. It has been discussed that the staking pool be a backstop for an undercollateralization event (and I am a proponent of this) which is similar to what AAVE does.
"In the instance of a Shortfall Event, part of the locked AAVE are auctioned on the market to be sold against the assets needed to mitigate the occurred deficit. "
In short, the staking pool (currently) has little to no risk. I think we should change this, since stakers will be accruing $USF for staking.
Here is the link to the sheet and input is welcome: