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LHD Glossary & Tags
Please review the glossary of terms and tags used in the Liquidity Health Dashboard below.
- Hard Assets: The tokens one would consider as the exit liquidity for all other tokens, generally "blue chip", high market cap tokens and stablecoins
- Hard asset list as of 7/5/2023: USDC, USDT, BUSD, DAI, FRAX, WBTC, ETH, BNB, MATIC, WCRO, FTM, SOL, AVAX
- Valid Pair: Any altcoin that is paired with a hard asset
- Non-Valid Pair: All altcoin-altcoin pairs (any token paired with a non-hard asset)
- Total Liquidity: The sum of ALL liquidity pools the token has (includes liquidity classified as ‘not valid’)
- Total Valid Liquidity: The sum of only the valid liquidity pools
- Total Extractable Liquidity: The sum of the hard assets liquidity in all of the valid pairs
- Circulating Supply (CS): Tokens that are in circulation, pulled from CoinGecko
- Market Capitalization (MCAP): The circulating supply multiplied by the spot price of the token, pulled from CoinGecko
- Extractable Liquidity / MCAP ratio (EL/MCAP): Provides a ratio on the current extractable liquidity compared to the project's MCAP, used as a benchmark how much extractable liquidity a project should have based on its MCAP, expressed as a percentage
- Sustainability Range: The acceptable range of Extractable Liquidity any project should have based on our methodology here.
- Sustainability Range Upper Bound: The top of the sustainability range
- Sustainability Range Lower Bound: The bottom of the sustainability range
- Owned Liquidity: Liquidity that is held and owned by a protocol in a known protocol address, or ideally locked behind a vesting contract / in a gnosis safe, also known as protocol-owned liquidity (POL)
- Owned Liquidity has 2 types:
- 1.Known Liquidity - Ownership addresses the ApeSwap has manually verified and curated (or a 3rd party has submitted a PR)
- 2.Suspected Liquidity - Ownership addresses that ApeSwap found through automated mechanics (such as searching block explorers and confirming the address is a multisig or locking contract) by checking the bytecode of the contract.
- Rented Liquidity: Liquidity that is crowdsourced through yield farming or liquidity mining
- Unlocked Supply: Tokens that are unlocked on-chain
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