In Arcane Finance, the Trade section is a section that allows users to trade publicly

At the moment the interface is not yet fully realized according to the design. Sections will appear in the process of development and testing and will be implemented in the near future

The main features of the Trade section can be divided into 3 categories:

  • Swap

  • Limit

  • Pool

Swap is a familiar type of exchange for users of protocols like Uniswap, PancakeSwap, SushiSwap, and more. This mechanism is based on the Automated Market Maker (AMM) constant product formula, which operates using mathematical algorithms to determine token prices based on trade volumes. Unlike centralized exchanges where traders create orders, on AMM, users add their tokens to liquidity pools. These pools automatically execute exchanges between tokens based on established algorithms. Essentially, Public Swap is based on the improved version of Uniswap V2 algorithm.

The Pool section is a mechanism that enables users to provide liquidity (tokens) to specific asset pairs on an AMM-based platform using Concentrated liquidity.

Concentrated liquidty — as opposed to constant product АММ where the liquidity is distributed uniformly across the curve, a concentrated liquidity pool enables liquidity providers to focus their funds within a particular price range to generate increased fees.

This AMM model offers the flexibility to fine-tune liquidity amplification levels, giving participants the choice between increased profits and reduced risk. Moreover, participants can proactively manage their liquidity by adjusting the price range and token ratios within the pool based on market conditions.

Limit — the functionality of limit orders in this AMM model demonstrates similarity with the concept of ‘limit orders’ in traditional centralized order books. Users aiming for more favorable execution prices than the current market price have the ability to buy (sell) within the pool by placing sell (buy) orders below (above) the current price. These orders will be executed when the price at a specific moment reaches or exceeds the specified level.

In this section users will be able to monitor the transactions performed within the protocol. The section has 3 tabs:

  • Transactions

  • Limit order

  • Range positions

Transactions - This section will showcase all the public trades conducted within the protocol.

Limit Orders - In this section, current unfilled and valid limit orders will be displayed, as of the current moment.

Range Positions - This section will present placed liquidity positions within AMM pools.

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