2. Connect your wallet by either using MetaMask, WalletConnect, Gnosis Safe or Coinbase Wallet.
Note: The Coinbase Wallet option is only accessible via mobile device.
Example of connecting wallet on desktop
3. Once your wallet is connected, the "Add Liquidity" button will become clickable.
Example of pool ratio and "Add Liquidity" button.
4. When adding liquidity, the deposit must respect the current pool ratio. Once you click "Add Liquidity", you will be able to deposit on either single sided and two sided. 🙌
CADC/USDC LP Ratio
When adding single sided liquidity, the contract takes a portion of your total and does a swap in the background using the DFX AMM to get the appropriate ratio to deposit into the pool. The LPT value when doing single sided deposit is a minimum estimate and you may have some dust left over from the conversion.
Example of single and two sided
Est. Pool Allocation
This represents the value of your allocation of the pool based liquidity you are providing. The more liquidity you provide the higher the value and the higher the fees it will generate for you.
This is the total USD value of the tokens you are about to deposit.
This is the percentage of your pool share based on the amount of liquidity you are providing.
This swap incurs slippage relative to the oracle rate due to an imbalance in pool assets.
This swap receives a bonus relative to the oracle rate due to an imbalance in pool assets.
5. When providing liquidity, there will be a total of 3 transactions.
One to approve the foreign stablecoin (CADC, EURS, XSGD, etc.).
The cost associated with bridging is about 100,000 to 150,000 gas which is roughly equal to making a standard swap in any AMM. At about 20-30 gwei gas price, it should be under $10 to bridge tokens to Polygon.