Advanced Uniswap v3 Asset Management Tool
The process of the liquidity rebalancing in Uniswap v3 pool requires very accurate calculations and work with the data of the liquidity pool in ticks, the real-time swap price of individual tokens, and much more, everything within the block. This process was not possible to implement manually until now.
Our engineers have developed a rebalancing calculator that takes into account many parameters in real-time, which gives the manager a huge opportunity and flexibility in working with strategies and liquidity.
Rebalancing Calculator for Uniswap v3 Pools
Compound Fees: Set the same price range, to claim earned fees from Uniswap Pool and deposit it in the Current Strategy Range. No Swap Transaction.
100% to Pool: Deposit 100% of Funds+Fees+Hodl Assets into the New Price Range close to current Range without a Swap Transaction.
All in "Asset A": Price Range from current price tick -1 tik to -20%. Your position will be in only one asset.
All in "Asset B": Price Range from current price tick +1 tik to +20%. Your position will be in only one asset.
+/- Tik: New Price Range will be set as a +/- Tick from the Current Price Tick in the Pool.
+/- %: New Price Range will be set as a +/- % from the Current Price Tick in the Pool.
Infinity Range: New Price Range will be set from 0 to infinity range, price model of Uniswap v2 Pools
Long: If you are bullish on the underlying asset you can set the price range that captures the value from the growing price of the asset.
Short: If you are bearish on the underlying asset you can set the price range that captures the value from the falling price of the asset.
Hodl: The price range will be -99.99%<>-99.98% for one asset or +9,999%<>10,000% for another asset. It will allow you to implement the trading strategy in the Pool, buying or selling one or another asset without the risk of having impermanent losses.
Squeeze: Squeeze the current range on the % from both sides of the range.
Spread: Spread the new price range on the % from both sides of the range.
It's advanced settings to control the share of assets for swap during rebalancing and price slippage. Rebalancing settings are set to "Auto" by default, providing you with the most optimal inputs.
Use the "manual" mode only if you understand how it works. With incorrect settings, you risk losing some or all of your user funds, becoming a victim of MEV attacks, or receiving the wrong amount of assets after rebalancing. Please do your own deep research on these features and consult with other asset managers in the Discord group.
Price Slippage is the change in token price caused by the total movement of the market. Price Slippage is reflected as the difference between the price you expect to receive after swapping vs what you actually receive after the swap is complete.
The minimum amount you receive from a trade is determined by the market price and your slippage limit setting. When you are using the Quadrat web app, you will receive the market price that is offered based on the slippage limits. The Quadrat web app sets a default slippage of 0.50%.
There are two factors that contribute to Price Slippage:
- 1.Liquidity:Some tokens and token pairs are not traded as much (very new, not popular, etc) and have low liquidity. Due to the low demand for these tokens, when a swap is initiated the price may dramatically change because the difference between the lowest asking price and the highest bid is very high.
- 2.Price Volatility:When a token price is volatile, it means that it can change rapidly or unexpectedly. This can cause a dramatic change in price that affects the market for that token price.