I hope I’m understanding everything enough that this is a valuable contribution. I apologize in advance if not.
As more strategies become available for vaults, users should have the ability to opt in or out of specific strategies.
Vaults should have child vaults composed of users willing to participate in certain strategies. This would allow for people with different levels of risk tolerance to participate in the vaults, without the worry of strategies that are less proven or more risky than others.
A strategy page where people can read an overview of the strategies, the potential outcomes, and risk level quantified in some way. From there, they can opt-in or out of the various strategies, which would put them in child vaults with users who made the same choices.
There have begun to emerge leaders in the DeFi space. More trusted systems and platforms which have been audited, and stress tested in the wild. People feel more confident investing in these platforms.
There are lots of fringe high risk un-audited contracts and opportunities in the space. People might not be willing to put their money on the line in this way, especially when the target (huge vault value) is such a high reward for someone to try and exploit.
Certain strategies dissuade investors from contributing. These people would otherwise contribute when they knew the strategy was more sound, and involving well established platforms and systems.
It will let people look into the strategies, and platforms/systems involved, as well as the potential return, and decide whether it was worth the risk. This would increase investors confidence in the more basic strategies, and the vaults overall. It would also allow them to feel like they are mitigating their risks.
For: I want people to feel more confident in giving me their money.
Against: I want less money in the YFI ecosystem.