UMA DAO Funding Proposal Process

Mhairi McAlpine Mar 15 · 3 min read At the start of the year, Risk Labs, the Foundation which established the UMA protocol, transferred 35 million UMA tokens to the UMA DAO. This put 35% of the original mint directly under the control of UMA tokenholders. This article provides further details about how these funds … Read more

UMA Update — October

Mhairi McAlpine Nov 3 · 3 min read October has been an exciting month, with team presentations in London at Token2049 and at LisCon in Lisbon; the finalisation of the Across bridge Protocol due to launch next month; integration with the Sherlock Protocol and KPI options launched on Volatility Protocol and PieDAO. ****Risk Labs has … Read more


Mhairi McAlpine Jul 14 · 3 min read Week ending 9th July UMA Raises $2.6 mm from Range Token Pilot Risk Labs (the foundation supporting UMA) has minted the first ever Range Token backed by $UMA collateral. This inaugural range token was created to prove the concept and showcase the power of the primitive. $2.6mm … Read more


Mhairi McAlpine Jun 29 · 4 min read Week ending 25th June Voter Dapp upgrade Tokenholders who voted this week may have noticed a rather stylish upgrade to our Voter Dapp. More human readable information is provided about each vote including links to the relevant sources of information. If you are a tokenholder but have … Read more


Mhairi McAlpine Jun 18 · 3 min read Week ending 11th June Introducing the Long-Short Pair — A new financial primitive on UMA UMA has introduced a new financial primitive, called a “Long-Short Pair” allows for the creation of unliquidatable capped-payout financial contracts. Minters can lock a unit of collateral in return for a pair … Read more


Mhairi McAlpine Jun 9 · 2 min read Week ending 4th June Uniswap and C.R.E.A.M. consider KPI Options A proposal for managing systemic risk in Uniswap’s community treasury using UMA’s KPI Options went live for a temperature check last week. Although a majority of the participants were in favour, the quorum was not met to … Read more