The two new Bancor V2 pools will allow both REN and renBTC holders to provide liquidity and earn a share of trading fees while maintaining 100% exposure to either token.
While existing automated market maker (AMM) solutions require liquidity providers to split their holdings into multiple reserve assets, Bancor’s V2 solution gives LPs the ability to:
- Maintain 100% exposure to the base token
- Mitigate impermanent loss
- Benefit from 20X liquidity amplification
The REN and renBTC pools will utilize Chainlink’s newly launched REN/ETH decentralized price feed as well as Chainlink’s existing BTC/ETH feed to achieve these novel features.
The REN and renBTC pools will be among the first pools to go live on Bancor V2.
At that point, REN and renBTC will be among the first pools to go live on the new system.
In preparation for launch, Bancor will be conducting an AMA in the REN Telegram Channel on Monday July 13 at 10:00 AM EST to answer any questions about the functionality of the pools and the process of providing liquidity. User guides on liquidity provision will be shared closer to the launch date.
We are thrilled with this collaboration, and look forward to having the Ren community participate in the early phases of Bancor V2.
Ren is an open protocol that enables the permissionless and private transfer of value between any blockchain.
About Bancor Protocol
Bancor is an on-chain liquidity protocol that enables automated, decentralized exchange on Ethereum and across blockchains. The protocol is made up of a series of smart contracts designed to pool liquidity and perform peer-to-contract trades in a single transaction with no counter-party. Users add liquidity to automated market makers in exchange for trading fees, staking rewards and voting rights in the BancorDAO. Since 2017, Bancor has been used to process billions in trade volume across thousands of tokens, with thousands of users participating as liquidity providers.
- Join the Bancor community on Telegram
- Follow Bancor on Twitter
- Bancor Developer Docs
- Subscribe to the Bancor blog
- Guide: How to Create and Fund Bancor Liquidity Pools
- Beginner’s Guide to Impermanent Loss
- Incentivizing Network Liquidity with Bancor Staking Rewards
- Designing Capital Efficient AMMs in Bancor V2
- What Sets Bancor Apart From Other DEXs
Thanks to Asaf Shachaf.