Dispute #471

Court Start Date Dispute Status Current Period Time remaining End Date
Non-Technical 2020-11-02 14:16 Already Ruled Execution Already Ruled 2020-11-10 20:30
Arbitrable Creator

Unique Votes in all the rounds

Yes No Refuse to arbitrate Pending
0 3 0 0

Round 0

Yes No Refuse to arbitrate Pending
0 3 0 0
Round 0 Vote Casting Date
No 2020-11-04 19:36
No 2020-11-07 08:26
No 2020-11-05 13:24


Evidences provided by Vagarish

Evidence #1:

On behalf of the Requester Please see the attached file.

Evidence #2:

Not the most common name Dear jurors, I encourage you to make the following experiment before voting: search for the chain 'lend price' in google with a filter to return results during last year, and count how many times it appears Aave (lend) and how many times ir appears Ethlend. Ethlend is not used anymore. It is not the most common name, the community is using other name.

Evidence #3:

Most commonly used name is still ETHLend ETHLend (LEND) is in fact still the most commonly used name to refer to this asset. Both official sources and Etherscan still use ETHLend as the name for the LEND token. CoinGecko uses the name "Aave [OLD]" and CoinMarketCap uses the name "Aave", note how there is no consistency. On top of that, official sources weight heavier, and especially when other external sources also still use ETHLend (LEND). Ask yourself, what website will get the most page visits by the ETHLend community? This is definitely the official website and official app, and ETHLend (LEND) is used there. Because the 4 conditions are still fullfilled for this token, it should stay in the TCR.

Evidence #4:

The token must be removed To be in the token curated list, a token should fulfill 4 conditions: the name, the ticker, the logo, and the contract address. Discussion in this case is related to the token name. Is it the most used name nowadays? Clearly not: the token is known by the community as Aave (LEND) as can be seen in most important crypto related web pages like coingecko https://www.coingecko.com/en/coins/aave-old and coinmarketcap: https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/aave-old/ That reasons justify token removal

Evidence #5:

ethlend is not the most commonly used name to refer to the asset need to be the official name given by project creators nor the one inthe token contract. As demonstrated in previous evidence the asset is cited as aave (Lend) in the most important sites, not Ethlend. So the most commonly used name is Aave. It is like the PNK. It is known by Kleros (PNK) and not by Pinakion (PNK), altough the creators named it pinakion.

Evidence #6:

Name is correct ETHLend (LEND) is the correct name and ticker to refer to this token. Because LEND had a token swap to Aave (AAVE), does not mean the old token should also be renamed to Aave. The official website still uses ETHLend (LEND) as the name to refer to this asset, as does Etherscan. It's important to use the correct token name, which refers to this token submission. Aave refers to the AAVE token and ETHLend refers to the LEND token. There is no need to remove this token from the TCR.

Evidence #7:

Name is not correct EtHLend is deprecated. Correct name is Aave (LEND), as cited in coingecko, coinmarketcap, crypto, binance, etc. See links: https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/aave-old/ https://www.coingecko.com/es/monedas/aave-old https://crypto.com/price/aave https://www.binance.com/es/support/announcement/17595222999545348c8acdd5dc41c00a The token should be removed and uploaded with the correct name.

Evidence #8:

Token challenge Submission still complies to the policy. Name, ticker, logo, and the token contract address, are all correct.
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