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Announcing the new MKR.tools

Announcing the new MKR.tools

After several months of development, I’m excited to finally release the new MKR.tools dashboard. This post will briefly highlight a few of the new features and layout future plans for the dashboard.

Individual CDP Pages

A big focus of this new version was providing users a more in-depth look into individual CDPs (example CDP 3228). A few items of note:

Historical collateralization ratio charts Historical liquidation price charts CDP simulator to test effects of different actions Current accrued stability fees in Dai & MKR Historical Bites & Potential Liquidations

The historical bites section now includes a sortable table of every bite and the amount of peth liquidated. The amounts are also shown as bubble sizes in the chart:

The liquidations page now has labels for CDPs with over 1 million in Dai debt. Tooltips also show individual CDPs and how they factor into total liquidations amounts.

Tokens

Another commonly requested feature throughout this year has been more statistics around the various tokens in the MakerDAO ecosystem. To start, a new Dai page has been added which shows:

Dai transactions counts and volume charts and weekly statistics Dai velocity over time

The new MKR page shows current burner contract balances and a forecasted burn which takes into account the current accrued stability fees across all CDPs. An interactive calculator will be added soon to allow users to change system parameters and forecasted Dai growth for more accurate MKR valuation metrics.

Visualizations

And finally, everyone’s favorite animation from “Dai in Review” is now available here. It’s really interesting to see the last few months of turmoil visualized.

More animations like this are in the works. My next attempt will be to visualize the movements of Dai and interactions between dApps in the DeFi stack.

Roadmap

Future plans for MKR.tools is shaped a lot ...

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