Do we need a Liquidity Baking sunset anymore?

Now that @rafoo has made an incredibly robust Liquidity Baking toggle (see: Symmetric Liquidity Baking Escape Vote) it seems like setting an arbitrary block height in the protocol that “sunsets” (ends) Liquidity Baking is unnecessary.

I think a better option is to manage liquidity baking outside of the protocol update process, via the toggle mechanism. I’d love to hear the community’s thoughts.


I fully agree, this is an excellent mechanism. Much more responsive than protocol updates and can be used in the future for other features; best that bakers get familiar with it.

It would be great if we could use @rafoo’s toggle design as a standard for future functionality that requires a toggle. Maybe it could even be made into an easily reusable library.