Lifinity’s revenue is the sum of protocol fees, trading fees generated by our protocol-owned liquidity (POL), and market making profit (MMP) that is withdrawn as profit.

MMP is the total profit and loss from market making and is measured by comparing the total value of a pool’s assets (excluding trading fees) to their value if they had not been traded and instead were just held. Currently, MMP is not withdrawn as profit and remains in the pools as liquidity.

Fee revenue is used as follows:

  • 50% is distributed to veLFNTY holders

  • 40% is used for buybacks and/or to increase LFNTY-USDC liquidity

  • 10% is used to fund ongoing development

For the motivation behind this design, please see our Medium article on this topic.

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