Arbitrage Contracts

ARB's to provide balance and profit

The arbitrage contracts, or ARBs are aimed at leveraging differences between the various pools in the DMM and leverage the arbitrage opportunity. The ARB contracts effectively rebalance the DMM by balancing the various pools between each other. The profits derived from these swaps are added to the Operating Fund.

Slippage and transaction fees apply as for normal users, but the transaction fees can be excluded from the cost and profit threshold to trigger the contract with a competitive edge. All ARBs are flash swaps that provide instant risk-free profit for the protocol and rebalance the pools, if not, the ARB won't be executed.

USDC ARB CONTRACT 1

USDC – DUCA – DCM – USDC

USDC ARB CONTRACT 2

USDC – DCM – DUCA – USDC

DUCA ARB CONTRACT 1

DUCA – USDC – DCM – DUCA

DUCA ARB CONTRACT 2

DUCA – DCM – USDC – DUCA

DCM ARB CONTRACT 1

DCM – DUCA – USDC – DCM

DCM ARB CONTRACT 2

DCM – USDC – DUCA – DCM

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