# Fuse Risk

Since Fuse pools can be created by arbitrary parties with arbitrary parameters, it's important to evaluate each pool before entering. To assist with this, we've created the Rari Safety Score:

# Rari Safety Score

This framework is similar to our standard lending market framework (opens new window) that analyzes markets such as Compound (opens new window)or Aave (opens new window), but it contains a few key changes that make this assessment crucial for the future Rari Capital ecosystem. Changes include adding an “editable” category to account for upgradeable pools, taking averages for asset scores, collateral factors, etc., but to summarize, we’ve made a few changes to account for Fuse’s unique multi-asset markets that focus on catching dangerously configured pools. With the liquidity and relative liquidity sections, it also captures risk assessment of poorly-funded pools that can result in paused or broken exits for users.

One of the most important categories is the “minimum asset score” in critical variables. If an asset in a Fuse pool is rated below a 60, the pool automatically fails the critical variable section and loses 20% of the score. This protects against pools created with hidden rug pull assets designed to manipulate funds. You can also read about asset scores in our previous RSS article (opens new window).

These scores will be displayed on our Fuse UI with the following grading system to help users compare and contrast markets (exact scores can be viewed by hovering over the grade):

  • A++: score ≥ 95
  • A+: score ≥ 90
  • A: score ≥ 80
  • A-: score ≥ 70
  • B: score ≥ 60
  • C: score ≥ 50
  • D: score ≥ 40
  • F: score ≥ 30