Option for EUR Denomination Asset
It might be convenient for EU fund investors to invest via an euro ERC-20 such as EURS (Stasis) or SEUR (synthetix). Liquidity of these tokens is high at curve at the moment.
Export Fund Data
Fund Managers should have the ability to export Fund-related data such as historic daily-closing prices of the fund and deposit-adjusted daily AUM as an Excel/CSV file. Additionally, traditional metrics like Alpha, Beta and Sharpe Ratio should be included. This function improves (1) The process of Portfolio-Backtesting and (2) Professionalism for rather traditional manager-client relationships.
rebalance the portfolio with one button.
It would be nice to be able to rebalance the portfolio with one button. For example: Current portfolio: BTC-50% ETH-50% Next, we define a new distribution: BTC-20% ETH-20% MLN-20% Link-20% ZRX-20% Press the "apply portfolio" button and get a new distribution structure.
Removing asset limits
Currently, Melon is limited to very few investable assets which limit how far a fund can go to attain alpha. Many great investment opportunities are kept out of bounds as a result of these limits. Opening it up to general ERC20 and ERC721 tokens would help fund managers tremendously.
As a fund manager, having my investments out in the open beats the need for people to pay the fees we charge for the proprietary information we come up with. Managing to hide Melon fund holdings would be of great help and would bring me one step closer to move the digital asset allocations of my fund over to Melon.
Better SDK Documentation and Example Code
There seems to be very little developer documentation or example code. Other than a repo with broken code from 2021, I haven't found any example code or documentation apart from the source of the sdk.
Add more filters for discovering vaults.
Currently you can only filter on AUM and monthly/yearly performance of a vault. Would be nice if vault managers could add one or more "Category" tags to their vaults as metadata indicating general strategies employed in a vault like "farming", "interest", "stable", "margin", "NFT", "DAO"... which can be used to refine the search feature.
Inevitably there will be cases in which a fund manager is unexpectedly and suddenly unable to manage a fund. Given the nature of these funds, most investors will be unaware of the manager’s departure. If one were paying attention to the specific enzyme fund, one would notice an absence of trading, however, that could be understood as confidence by the manager in the current positions. One might observe a decline in the quality of performance (or perhaps an improvement https://wealthydiligence.com/best-investors-are-dead/ ), however, one would not know that the manager was gone. Such vaults could continue indefinitely, accruing fees that will never be accessed. I may be exaggerating the extent of such, however, the loss of a manager would be difficult for investors to determine and is obviously problematic. A suggestion as to how to deal with this: Enzyme establishes a default time-period (whether that be 365 days, 180 days, 90 days, 30 days, or ??), which can be modified by the manager, during which the manager is required to sign-in to the fund account, at which point the count-down would begin again. Managers (should) know their personalities and trading/investment strategy well enough to be able to say that if signing-in has not occurred within some set period of time that something is clearly amiss. If the manager fails to sign-in, then the assets are automatically converted to a predetermined more-neutral asset such as the denomination asset, and a statement is placed on the fund/vault website stating what has been done.