Impermanent Loss

Par CoinGecko | Mis à jour le Aug 12, 2021
Impermanent loss may occur when you provide liquidity to the AMMs. Impermanent loss is similar to measuring your opportunity cost of holding the token within the pools versus holding them in your wallet. Note: the loss is not realized until you remove your tokens from the liquidity pool. The higher the divergence between the value of holding your tokens in the pool and wallet, the higher is the impermanent loss.

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