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    Oleksii Chyrko commented  · 

    At the moment, many DeFi projects are experiencing a period of explosive growth. We are talking, for example, about such projects as Uniswap, SushiSwap, or PancakeSwap. With their help, anyone who has the funds can become a market maker and earn commissions by locking their assets into the liquidity pool. It does not require any specific knowledge, special equipment, or even large sums of money. However, this process has some advantages and disadvantages. One of them is impermanent losses.

    Impermanent Loss (IL) is a temporary loss of funds sometimes experienced by liquidity providers for AMM due to the volatility of a trading pair. This indicator is expressed in dollars and shows the loss relative to the amount of the actual withdrawal, compared to the fact that the investor simply holds his assets.
    More details: https://cryptorobotics.co/impermanent-loss-explained/
    Many people often interpret IL incorrectly, adding fees, spreads, and slippage to this value. But in fact, none of this affects IL. The impermanent loss is calculated using a well-defined formula and does not include incremental costs.

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