Balancer Teams Up With Gauntlet To Deliver Dynamic-Fee Liquidity Pools

To improve the flexibility and competitiveness of its liquidity pools, Balancer has introduced a new core component for its V2 protocol in collaboration with Gauntlet to maximize participating liquidity providers’ returns.
Incorporation Of Simulation Platform To Make Real-Time Protocol Optimization Possible
Surging decentralized finance (DeFi) and decentralized exchange (DEX) participation have seen competition in the accompanying protocol space expand in-kind as liquidity pools seek to attract as much capital as possible. With the switching costs between pools still relatively low, some pool providers are exploring new ways to entice and retain staking capital.
To make liquidity pooling more flexible and rewarding for participants staking their coins, Balancer’s programmable liquidity protocol is adding a new optimization feature in partnership with Gauntlet, a testing and simulation platform that is adding the ability to adjust protocols in real-time. 
This integration of Gauntlet’s platform is designed to help Balancer V2 protocol users improve returns by adding a dynamic-fee capability for automated market maker (AMM) pools. Through continuous adaptation, Gauntlet intends to use its model to address risk, heighten overall capital efficiency, and manage rewards for liquidity providers (LPs), adding an extra layer of trust and safety to Balancer’s protocol. Liquidity providers who participate in these next-generation pools will pay no additional fees for the service.
Gauntlet COO John Morrow highlights,
“Balancer’s vision for their V2 pools is perfectly suited for our simulation platform. Dynamic fees allow Balancer to leverage our off-chain automation to improve on-chain LP returns. We’re looking …
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