thanks for your feedback. i largely agree, and we’re brainstorming how to best solve this, as there are now additional concerns to take into account. if you are interested, my response above to crouton might shed some light about why the display is the way it is.
for now, to be clear - all prv interest already automatically compounds/ is added to the provision of that currency. this happens per currency, so you are getting the APY advertised for PRV provision (37% APY), the APY advertised for BTC provision (9% APY), and so on.
you are right in that PRV earned on BTC for example, is not being moved to PRV provision - it remains with your BTC, and compounds there, at that rate. users have the option to move it over to the PRV provision, but it’s their choice for now.
would you be in favour of changing the mechanism, so rewards for other currencies are automatically added to PRV provision, and compound there instead? it would mean that PRV is the only compounding currency, and other currencies earn APR (not APY).
could look something like this:
if so, rates might be adjusted slightly.