Trader Joe DeFi Curve
Trader Joe is an innovative decentralized exchange (DEX) that operates on the Avalanche blockchain network. Since its launch in June 2021, it has rapidly gained popularity in the crypto community.
Led by talented and anonymous developers known as Cryptofish and 0xMurloc, Trader Joe offers a unique trading experience, ensuring security, transparency, and speed through innovative blockchain technologies.
Let's explore the liquidity pools on the Avalanche blockchain:
1. Deposit AVAX and USDC
Deposit a sufficient amount of AVAX and USDC into your wallet to add to the pool. You can purchase or exchange assets using SimpleSwap.
2. Visit Trader Joe
Connect your wallet that supports the Avalanche blockchain.
3. Click on Pool
4. Choose the Spot liquidity shape
This mechanism provides uniform liquidity distribution, creating a versatile and well-managed structure applicable to any market and conditions, while considering risks. It is ideal for trading pairs involving stablecoins and optimizes capital utilization.
This mechanism distributes liquidity in the form of a concentrated curve, allowing for fee generation from both price growth and decline. Liquidity is concentrated around a specific price, making it suitable for pairs consisting of low-volatility stablecoins.
This liquidity distribution utilizes a reverse curve, which is particularly effective for averaging strategies and capturing market volatility.
5. Split your deposit
Divide your deposit into equal portions based on the chosen price step.
6. Deploy the liquidity
Place the liquidity into the pool. Earned fees will automatically accumulate in the designated baskets.
Once an exchange occurs within the selected pair at the specified price range, you will receive a reward. Users earn rewards through fee accumulation upon exchange within the specified price range every time someone performs an exchange.
The strategy above provides an overview of liquidity pools on Avalanche, specifically focusing on the AVAX-USDC pool with a current APR (annual percentage rate) of 65.55%.
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