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I'm not going to pretend I understand all the complexities behind this. The gist I'm getting is this is a new type of AMM that looks to increase liquidity for long tail assets, allow customised APRs and prevent impermanent loss for some assets. Sounds very ambitious and would provide great utility to the ecosystem; but can it be pulled off? Anyway here's a deeper dive into Timeswaps' AMM.
I'm not going to pretend I understand all the complexities behind this. The gist I'm getting is this is a new type of AMM that looks to increase liquidity for long tail assets, allow customised APRs and prevent impermanent loss for some assets. Sounds very ambitious and would provide great utility to the ecosystem; but can it be pulled off? Anyway here's a deeper dive into Timeswaps' AMM.
Timeswap works on a unique 3 variable constant product equation where interest rate & collateral factor are all market-driven and there is no dependency on oracles & liquidators
Timeswap works on a unique 3 variable constant product equation where interest rate & collateral factor are all market-driven and there is no dependency on oracles & liquidators
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