The interest rate parameters have been calibrated per cluster of currencies that share similar risk profiles. First, it's crucial to distinguish assets that are used predominantly as collateral (volatile assets) which need liquidity at all times to enable liquidations. These assets require a low Optimal Utilisation rate typically calibrated around 45%. Secondly, the asset's liquidity on Aave is an important factor as the more liquidity, the more stable the utilisation: interest rates of assets with lower liquidity should be more conservative. For example lower liquidity stablecoins have lower Optimal Utilisation Ratio than those with higher liquidity.