Pool Table

The pool table serves as the central repository for data on liquidity pools, displaying a wide array of analytics critical for informed decision-making. Below is a breakdown of the types of analytics you can expect to find (we use a calculation range of 30 days for these estimates).

Pool:

  • This showcases the specific assets that constitute the liquidity pool, providing clarity on the composition and diversity of investments within the pool.

Fee Tier:

  • This indicates the fee structure associated with transactions within the displayed pool. The fee tier is vital for understanding the cost of participation and potential earnings from transaction fees.

Info Page:

  • A hyperlink to the pool's detailed information page directly on the DEX's website. This feature aims to provide you with a deeper understanding of your pool's dynamics.

Daily Estimated Fees:

  • The Daily Estimated Fees metric forecasts potential earnings from participating in the liquidity pool, assuming a +25% and -25% range from the current price. It's important to approach this number with caution and consider it a rough guide rather than a definitive projection. Always engage in further simulation to refine your understanding, as the actual performance may vary.

Risk

  • This risk indicator provides an assessment of the liquidity pool's risk through a straightforward algorithm that considers factors like Pool TVL, Pool Volume, Price Volatility, Token TVL, and Token Pool Count. It's important to conduct your own thorough research and not solely depend on this indicator. Risk is classified as one of the following: Safe, Low Risk, High Risk.

Price Volatility

  • The daily price volatility ratio is determined by taking the average spread between daily highs and lows, then dividing this by the average high, highlighting the price fluctuation within the pool on a daily basis.

Current TVL

  • This displays the current Total Value Locked (TVL) of the liquidity pool, reflecting the overall value invested in the pool at the present moment.

Average Fees

  • This details the average daily fees of transactions within the liquidity pool over your specified calculation range, providing a measure of the pool's overall revenue.

Fees / TVL

  • The fee to TVL ratio is calculated by dividing the average daily fees by the total TVL (Total Value Locked) in the pool, offering a perspective on how fees stand in relation to the pool's total value.

Average Volume

  • This details the average daily volume of transactions within the liquidity pool over your specified calculation range, providing a measure of the pool's trading activity.

Volume / TVL

  • The volume to TVL ratio is calculated by dividing the average daily volume by the total TVL (Total Value Locked) in the pool, offering a perspective on how volume stands in relation to the pool's total value.

Simulate

  • Clicking on the Simulate button grants you access to the pool's dedicated simulation page.

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