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Liquidity Pools

Symbiosis WebApp user guide: Adding/withdrawing liquidity to/from liquidity pools owned by Symbiosis via Symbiosis WebApp.
Symbiosis owns liquidity pools with {stablecoin <> sToken} pairs to implement cross-chain swaps. Any user who adds liquidity to a liquidity pool automatically becomes a liquidity provider and receives rewards for it.
Please refer to Sources of Rewarding | Symbiosis for instructions on the rewards.
Symbiosis WebApp supports two sets of blockchains: for Mainnet and Testnet:
You may consider using Symbiosis WebApp on Testnet first to get familiar with the application's functionality.

Liquidity Pools Overview

Liquidity pools are available under the Pools Tab in WebApp:
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On this page, you can find all liquidity pools owned by Symbiosis.
  • The first network in the pair shows the network where the liquidity pool is located.
  • Total Locked indicates the total value of tokens in a particular liquidity pool in the USD equivalent.
  • APR (SIS) is the current Annual Percentage Rate for a particular liquidity pool.
APRs are calculated and charged in SIS tokens. Rewards for providing liquidity are accrued once a week. Please refer to Cross-chain Farming for more information.
By pressing on the My liquidity button you will find the liquidity pools which contain your liquidity at the checking time:
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Adding Liquidity

  1. 1.
    Navigate to Symbiosis WebApp > the Pools tab.
  2. 2.
    Locate the liquidity pool you want to add liquidity and press on it. For an instance, BNB / Ethereum pool:
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The liquidity pool is located on BNB and contains the {BUSD < > sUSDC} pair.
Use the slider next to the Pro label to switch between liquidity adding modes. By default, the simplified mode is selected.
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  • The simplified mode. Please use this mode if you want to add liquidity fast without learning how it works. By default the simplified mode is selected, and there are two modes:
  • The Pro mode. This mode may help you to get additional bonuses. On the other hand, its use requires understanding and may take more time.
You can supply one type of tokens at the same time in the simplified mode, and one type of tokens or both types of tokens at the time in the Pro mode.

Simplified Mode

Requirements to operate:
  • Your wallet is installed and connected to Symbiosis WebApp,
  • You have enough native assets to pay for a transaction on the source blockchain.
To add liquidity to a liquidity pool in the simplified mode:
  1. 1.
    Navigate to Symbiosis WebApp > the Pools tab.
  2. 2.
    Locate the liquidity pool you want to add liquidity and press on it. For instance, BNB / Ethereum pool:
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  • Liquidity Provider Fee is the fee that charged for each swap performed on this liquidity pool. Part of this fee goes to the liquidity providers and another part goes to the owner of the liquidity pool (to Symbiosis).
  • Deposit Fee is the fee for depositing tokens to this liquidity pool (0%).
  • Withdraw Fee is the fee for withdrawing tokens from this liquidity pool (0%).
  • Virtual Price is the price for one LP token in this liquidity pool in the USD equivalent.
  • Total Liquidity is the total value of tokens locked in this liquidity pool in the USD equivalent.
If your active network is different from the network where the liquidity pool is located, you will see the Switch network to <network name> button.
To see the proportion of tokens in the liquidity pool, please expand Currency Reserves:
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Usually, adding assets that are less is a little more profitable.
If you do not have stable assets that you want to add to the liquidity pool you can easily obtain them by pressing on Get <Tokens>. You will get to the Swap page where you will be able to swap tokens you have to the needed assets. Just in case, there is a user guide to do swaps Swaps​
3. Enter an amount:
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4. If you see the Switch network to <Network name> button, please switch to the network, by pressing on the button and confirming the action in your connected wallet.
5. If you see the Approve <Token name> button, please approve the token use by pressing on the button and approve the transaction in your wallet. As soon as the transaction is executed, the Add liquidity button becomes available.
6. Check the details and hit the Add liquidity button.
7. Confirm the transaction in your wallet, wait a bit to get a confirmation.
Done ∎

Pro Mode

Requirements to operate:
  • Your wallet is installed and connected to Symbiosis WebApp,
  • You have enough native assets to pay for a transaction on the source blockchain.
To add liquidity to a liquidity pool in the Pro mode:
  1. 1.
    Navigate to Symbiosis WebApp > the Pools tab.
  2. 2.
    Locate the liquidity pool you want to add liquidity and press on it. For instance, Polygon / BNB pool. The liquidity pool is located on Polygon and contains the {USDC < > sBUSD} pair.
  3. 3.
    Switch the slider next to the Pro label to the active position:
    The Pro mode gives more options while adding liquidity. Only in this mode you can: - Get sTokens, - Supply one type of tokens or both types of tokens at the time.
  4. 4.
    Get tokens you would like to deposit:
    1. 1.
      if you press on Get token (Get BUSD in the example) you will be directed to the Swap page. Please refer to Swaps for instructions.
    2. 2.
      if you press on Get sToken (Get sUSDC in the example) you will be directed to the Bridge page. Please refer to Getting sToken (Bridging)for instructions.
  5. 5.
    Enter amounts of tokens you would like to add. For instance:
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  6. 6.
    If you see the Switch network to <Network name> button, please switch to the network, by pressing on the button and confirming the action in your connected wallet.
  7. 7.
    If you see the Approve <Token name> button, please approve the token use by pressing on the button and approve the transaction in your wallet. As soon as the transaction is executed, the Add liquidity button becomes available.
  8. 8.
    Check the details and hit the Add liquidity button.
  9. 9.
    Confirm the transaction in your wallet, wait a bit to get a confirmation.
Done ∎

Getting sToken (Bridging)

Symbiosis owns liquidity pools with {stablecoin <> sToken} pairs to implement cross-chain swaps.
If you would like to learn more about sTokens, please refer to Wrapped Tokens and sTokens | Symbiosis​
To get sTokens:
  1. 1.
    Navigate to Symbiosis WebApp > the Pools tab.
  2. 2.
    Press on a liquidity pool.
  3. 3.
    Switch the slider next to the Pro label to the active position. For instance:
  4. 4.
    Press on Get sToken (Get sBUSD in the example):
  5. 5.
    Then you will be redirected to the Bridge page:
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Bridging sTokens are used to shift tokens between blockchains. Thus, when you get sTokens you make cross-chain swaps possible; in other words, you bridge blockchains.
6. Type the number of tokens you would like to spend for sTokens. For instance:
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7. If you see the Switch network to <Network name> button, please switch to the network, by pressing on the button and confirming the action in your connected wallet.
8. If you see the Approve <Token name> button, please approve the token use by pressing on the button and approve the transaction in your wallet. As soon as the transaction is executed, the Mint button becomes available.
9. Check the details and hit the Mint button.
10. Confirm the transaction in your connected wallet, wait a bit to get a confirmation:
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Done ∎

Withdrawing Liquidity

Requirements to operate:
  • Your wallet is installed and connected to Symbiosis WebApp,
  • You have enough native assets to pay for a transaction on the source blockchain.
If you have added liquidity to any of liquidity pools owned by Symbiosis and would like to withdraw your tokens partly on in full, then
  1. 1.
    Navigate to Symbiosis WebApp > the Pools tab.
  2. 2.
    Press on My liquidity button or select the pool from the list:
  3. 3.
    If you do not see the Remove button, switch the active network:
  4. 4.
    Press on the Remove button:
  5. 5.
    Then you will have two views to withdraw your liquidity: - By entering values in percent:
    - By entering values in numbers:
    Both views serve the same purpose: to withdraw your liquidity from a liquidity pool. To switch between views, please use
    You can withdraw one type of tokens or both types of tokens at the same time.
  6. 6.
    Let's use the first view. Enter a percentage of the assets to withdraw and hit the Remove button:
  7. 7.
    Check the details and approve the withdrawing:
  8. 8.
    Confirm the transaction in your wallet, and wait a bit to get tokens:
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Done ∎