Bribri333

Liquidity Pair Impermanent Asset Loss

With limited tracking of impermanent loss for liquidity pairs across all chains, I wanted a very simple display of live dollar value loss in an asset pair. This should allow you to set alerts based on how much you are down and take action if needed. The output column is by default set to show your losses in USD. For those that need it, I also setup an option to track the output in something other than USDT, e.g., GBP or ETH, etc..
Catatan Pelepasan: Calculation Output Error Fixed. Code Cleaned up.
Catatan Pelepasan: The more I consider LPs (liquidity pools), the more I realize impermanent loss is simply an incomplete snapshot of your total dollar loss at that minute. It doesn't account for opportunity costs. Case in point: I love Asset A, but I want earnings so I buy 50% of Asset B so I can enter the LP. I'm happily earning away seeing low total dollar losses, but ignorant of my dwindling supply of Asset A. So the question that should be answered is where would my investment be had I just kept Asset A all along. There's a checkbox to display this information now.
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Lets consider a pool of pair volatile/stable such as BNB/BUSD
Since the holdings of BNB is: qty = sqrt(k/price); and this amount goes down when the price goes up and viceversa...
...what if you hedge the position with a future in the opposite direction? Will it work?
I think its a matter of calculating the appropriate lot size and adjust it dynamically in order for the Pool Value$ + Future PnL hovers around zero.
Hum...
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