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Advanced Modes

Controls available in the pro mode.
Pro Mode offers a higher level of customization. In this mode, LPs can manage three key aspects of their liquidity position:
  1. 1.
    Rebasing Mechanism: Control how and when the position adjusts to market conditions.
  2. 2.
    Exit Strategy: Define the conditions under which assets will be withdrawn or reallocated.
  3. 3.
    Liquidity Distribution: Manage how liquidity is spread across different price ranges or assets.

Rebase

No.
Parameter
Description
Example
1
No Rebase
LP can specify if they do not want any rebasing done. Their liquidity will become inacitve until they take any further action.
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2
Rebase Preference
Deviation from the current price before the rebase happens. Percentage deviation would remain constant after every rebase.
ETH at 1,500 USDC & RP at 20%. Rebase will happen at 1,800 USDC or 1,300 USDC regardless of the price range
3
Time To Rebase
Time passed before the rebase happens.
ETH at 1,500 USDC, RP at 20% & TTR at 10 mins. Rebase will happen at >= 1,800/1,300 USDC after 10 mins have passed and the liquidity does not come in range.
4
Price Range After Rebase
Select the range in which liquidity will be provided after the rebase.
-
5
Inactive after Number of Rebases
Select the number of times the rebase happens before the liquidity becomes in active.

Exit Strategy

No.
Parameter
Description
Example
1
Exit Preference
Specify the price of tokenA or tokenB at which the liquidity becomes inactive.
ETH at 1,500 USDC & EP at $1,800. Liquidity becomes inactive when ETH reaches 1,800 USDC.
2
Reverse Liquidation
Specify the price of tokenA or tokenB at which the whole liquidity converts to the other token.
ETH at 1,500 USDC & RL at $1,800 Whole liquidity converts to ETH at 1,800 USDC and becomes inactive.
3
Smart Exit
Specify the price of tokenA or tokenB at which the whole inactive liquidity converts to the other token.
ETH at 1,800 & SE at $2,000 Whole liquidity will convert to tokenA when ETH reaches 2,000 USDC
4
Time Before Exit
Time passed before the exit happens.
ETH at 1,500 USDC, EP at $1,800 & TTR at 10 mins. Exit will happen at >= 1,800 USDC after 10 mins have passed and the price stays there.
5
Price Hits Before Exit
Specify the number of times the price reaches before the exit strategy is executed.
ETH at 1,500 USDC, EP at $1,800 & PHE at 3. Exit will happen at >= 1,800 USDC, the current price reached $1,800 twice but dipped, and the exit will execute at the third time.

Liquidity Distribution

No.
Parameter
Description
Example
1
Price Range
Select the price range of tokenB in relation to tokenA or vice versa.
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2
Exponential Symmetrical
Specify how to distribute the liquidity exponentially with the selected range at the center and the price deviation to cover.
ETH @ 1,500 USDC & PD at 20% ETH and USDC will get distributed expontentially going down on either side within the price range.
3
Exponential Going Up
Specify how to distribute the tokenA liquidity expontentially with the current price at the end and the price deviation to cover.
ETH @ 1,500 USDC, Range at 1,300 to 1,490 & PD at 20% USDC will get distributed expontentially from 1,300 USDC to the 1,490.
4
Exponential Going Down
Specify how to distribute the tokenB liquidity exponentially with the current price at start and the price deviation to cover.
ETH @ 1,500 USDC, Range at 1,510 to 1,800 & PD at 20% ETH will get distributed expontentially from the 1,510 to 1,800 USDC.
5
Flat
Specify how to distribute the liquidity flatly.
ETH @ 1,500 USDC & PD at 20% ETH and USDC will get distributed flatly on either side within 1,300 and 1,800 range. Only one of the two tokens will be distributed if the selected range is inactive.
6
Single Tick
Specify which tick to distribute the entire liquidity
ETH @ 1,500 USDC & PD at 20% ETH and USDC will get distributed in a single tick. Only one of the two tokens will be distributed if the selected range is inactive.