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September 13: Chaos Labs launches $crvUSD Risk Monitoring and Alert Platform

August 26: $tBTC enabled as $crvUSD collateral.

August 26: $sfrxETH enabled as $crvUSD collateral.

August 19: Silo Finance launches Silo Llama.

August 7: The deadline for the CRV/ETH exploiter passes.

August 1: Vyper versions exploited.

July 21: Conic Finance exploited.

June 26: $wETH enabled as $crvUSD collateral.

June 25: $wBTC enabled as $crvUSD collateral.

June 8: $wstETH enabled as $crvUSD collateral.

May 31: Tricrypto-ng pools are deployed.

May 20: Gauge votes for 4 crvUSD pools go live.

May 18: crvUSD UI goes live.

May 14: Redeployment of crvUSD completes.

May 5: Third deployment of crvUSD completed.

May 4: crvUSD smart contracts are deployed but not finalized as the UI requires deployment too.

April 26: Pool creation page is implemented into the new UI.

February 14: Vote to enable stablecoin pools with proper price oracle implementation (to be used by external protocols) goes live.

January 14: BitGo integration goes live.


December 31: The Llama Airforce team launches a new front-end for Curve DAO proposals.November 22: Curve launches on Celo chain.

November 3: A new UI version is deployed.

October 3: Integration with Gearbox Protocol (Composable Leverage Protocol) goes live.

September 6: Github code for crvUSD released.

June 10: A team member, Kendric Llama, mentions that crvUSD is on the way in discord.

May 19: Proposal to stop emissions to UST (US Terra) related gauges (following the UST-LUNA events).

April 9: New Curve router goes live, enabling better swaps between different pools.

April 2: A 4pool concept is put up for proposal in the Terra ecosystem, consisting of UST, FRAX, USDC and USDT.

March 15: A proposal for a FundRaising Gauge concept is put up, able to be used to fund raise with practically any logic.

January 20: v2 Factory pools launches.

January 18: Curve launches on Optimism chain.


October 12: Curve launches on Harmony chain. 

October 5: Curve launches on Avalanche chain.

September 14: Curve launches on Arbitrum chain.

September 1: The Fantom Foundation starts the liquidity mining event for Fantom LPs on Curve.

June 10: Curve v2 launches. 

May 27: Convex Finance, a protocol aiming to simply Curve boosting goes live

April 20: Curve launches on Polygon.

March 3: Curve joins the Ren Alliance.

March 2: Curve factory v2 is launched.

February 26: Curve launches on the Fantom chain.

January 26: CRV staking begins on Binance.

January 21: A sneak peek of Curve’s new UI is introduced.

January 17: Cross-asset swaps via Synthetix IO goes live.


December 23: AAVE pool is integrated into Curve.

December 21: The first ETH pool launches on Curve.

December 9: Fees claiming is enabled, veCRV holders claim their fees for the first time.

November 20: Vote to process accumulated fees to veCRV lockers is passed with 100% support.

October 18: Proposal to start utilizing the community fund for ecosystem, DAO and community grants.

October 8: Curve’s first metapool launches.

September 17: 50% of trading fees from Curve begins to accumulate to be distributed to veCRV holders. CRV trading begins on Kraken Exchange (Cryptocurrency exchange).

September 16: The tri-pool (3pool) is launched

September 7: The stablecoin tri-pool (DAI/USDC/USDT) is put up for a vote.

August 27: Vote locking boost begins, up to 2.5x.

August 23: Curve DAO is enabled for Gauge weight voting.

August 20: CRV token officially launches, claimable on the DAO site.

August 19: Deployment is audited by Trail of Bits and Quant Stamp.

August 14: CRV token was deployed by a non-related user, based on smart contracts published on github, front-running the team’s efforts.

August 10: Pre-launch period ends for early liquidity providers.

July: Telegram announcement group is created.

January 12: Curve Twitter account publishes its first tweet.

January 9: Curve launches.