This innovation solves two major issues that currently afflict the liquidation process as it exists today on many DeFi applications. Firstly, the B.AMM system diminishes competition between liquidators expressed as on-chain gas wars. This prevents a major form of value leakage as, up until now, the primary winners of overly competitive liquidation scenarios have been miners who, by accepting bribes in the form of inflated fees for confirming a particular liquidator’s transaction sooner, make transactions less economical for everyone. Secondly, B.Protocol’s technology onboards committed funds to be put towards liquidations. This prevents a scenario where there are insufficient keepers to secure the protocol. A scenario that could put lenders’ funds or even the solvency of the entire protocol is put at risk. Mitigating both of these issues is therefore critical to the stability of the DeFi ecosystem on any given day, and vital to the Hundred Finance platform.