What is Single-Sided Liquidity?

  • Single-sided liquidity is a revolutionary AMM that allows you to deposit a single asset to earn auto-compounded yield. The yield is derived from the arbitrage profit from the spread between the quoted oracle and pool price and the swap fee.

What is the difference between stable, primary, and hyper pools?

  • The distinction between stable, primary, and hyper pools lies in the types of assets they hold. Stable pools are composed of stablecoins, primary pools house prevalent ecosystem tokens, while hyper pools cater to more volatile assets.

What are the risks?

  • The risks associated with single-sided liquidity are price inventory risk which is common for any market maker. This risk occurs when the price of the assets used for market making declines in value in excess of the fees generated.

How are LP fees distributed?

  • Fees and arbitrage profits are auto-compounded and are earned in the deposited asset

How is APR calculated for SSL Pools?

  • APY is calculated based on the fees generated by the liquidity pools and the liquidity provided by the liquidity providers (LPs). The APY provides an indication of the potential returns that LPs might earn over a year.