With the recent launch of Hive-Engine's Diesel Pools I've been thinking: Could a HIVE.SWAP:SIM pool solve (or at least mitigate) volatility with SIM price?
Well, elaborating on that. I know that once a pool is created market-makers would trade on both Market Pools and "Normal" Market contracts until the price "stabilizes" again. So for that pool to work, I guess it should be created using the dCity Rewards Pool (or something along those lines), so that would be a constant flow of SWAP.HIVE liquidity to the pool, making sure that SIM price would stay close to the peg price.
Also, solving the "price problem" could also solve the "tax problem" that often gets pinned as the President's fault. Right now (today to be exact), there is 58% "Income Tax" which is not set by the president but rather "follows" the SIM price (it raises when SIM price falls and vice-versa). So bringing the SIM price closer to the peg price would effectively reduce the Income Tax at the same time.
P.S. This post is just a random idea that came to my mind. I'm not even sure if that could work and if it would be possible to shift part of the Rewards Pool to be used on that matter.
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