Where x is the reserves for each asset, n is the number of assets, D is an invariant that represents the value in the reserve, and A is the “amplification coefficient”, which is a tunable constant that provides an effect similar to leverage and influences the range of asset prices that will be profitable for liquidity providers (i.e. the higher the asset volatility, the higher A should be).
This function acts as a constant sum when the portfolio is balanced and shifts towards a constant product as the portfolio becomes more imbalanced. In effect, the function looks like a “zoomed-in hyperbola”.
Connect your digital wallet.
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Navigate to the Invest tab.
Type in Curve in the filter & click Add liquidity next to the pool you would like to join.
Enter how much liquidity you would like to add in ETH or ERC20s (fiat coming soon). Token balances show up in the drop-down if you have them available.
Confirm the transaction & you will receive Curve Pool Tokens (CRV) which are ERC20 tokens that track your liquidity provided to the protocol.
As usual start by selecting which pool you want to exit.
For output you are able to select ETH, sUSD, DAI, USDC, TUSD, USDT, or BUSD.
Confirm your transaction.