First Automated Liquidity Pool SmartHoldem STH

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    The first SmartHoldem Automated Liquidity Pool was launched

    • Earn cryptocurrency by providing liquidity!

    Pool SmartHoldem STH / BitShares BTS
    Instant swap through an Automated Market Maker (AMM) without a deposit and orders. All transactions take place on the BitShares blockchain.

    • Everything is Simple! Connect your BitShares XBTS Dex account and Create a liquidity pool!

    Liquidity Pool is Available in BitShares Mobile (Original BTS ++) v7.0
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    What is a liquidity pool?
    A liquidity pool is a vault where market participants place their assets together to provide a large pool of liquidity for anyone looking to swap an asset in a trading pair. The pool makers become liquidity miners and receive passive income in proportion to their contribution to the pool.

    Automated Market Maker AMM is used instead of order book and market maker services, distributing income from trading activity among all pool makers.


    How it works?
    Each swap of assets that passes through the Automated Market Maker (AMM) of liquidity pool leads to a movement in the asset price. The AMM uses a constant product model to automatically calculate the price and the user only needs to enter the amount. The exchange operation can be performed by the user at any time. Also it requires 5 BTS as a fee to output an asset.

    After sending tokens to the pool, the makers receives special tokens (LP tokens) - in proportion to how much of the liquidity they provided. When a swap takes place in which the pool participates, AMM collects a fee and distributes it among all the participants in the pool, in proportion to their share. Also, during transactions, an asset market fee is charged. Distribution formula: liquidity pool fee 0.2% + 0.1% asset market fee = 0.3%, excluding slippage. Fee 0.2% is allocated according to the share of each liquidity maker in the pool.

    If you have spare assets, you can provide liquidity to earn interest. The constant (A x B = K) works as the product of the number of both assets in the pool. Thus, the pool can always provide liquidity. The less A tokens remain, the more expensive they become, and the cheaper the B tokens become. If someone buys a lot of STH in an STH / BTS pair, he decreases the BTS pool and increases the STH pool, which immediately affects the exchange rate. The larger the pool volume in relation to the size of the swap, the less this swap affects the price.

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