Hi. Definitely one of the best deals. Now is one of the best times to do it. Low gas fees and the cost of eth will be a good reason. If you answer questions about the volume of funds transferred, then I would increase them to 1 million, since after the formation of this pool, the main exchanges will go through ETH and not DAI. As for the price of eth to which it is advisable to do this, I would suggest a limit of no more than $ 1,500 in equal parts daily for 2-3 weeks. Then we will get a good average exchange price, whatever happens in the market.
I think this would be a good idea to do so that when eth starts to rise again it will also help HOPR to rise as well. I’m not `100 % sure on how the AMM formula works however something to consider is that we need to apply these strategies based on the crypto cycles that we have observed so far.
The 4 year cycle has a top and a bottom. If we are supplying liquidity then the hopr-eth pool should be added when we are at/close to the bottom of the cycle, and when we are at/close to the top, we should make sure to remove 50-75% of liquidity to realized the gains in the bull market. The removed liquidity should be converted into the HOPR-stable coin liquidity pool. when we hit bottom range again, we should remove the stable coin pools liquidity (50-75%) and re-add to the eth-hopr pool.
We can use dollar cost averaging method to add/remove liquidity. We could also have midpoints where we could do this exercise,
In summary, what I’m trying to convey here is that, there is a risk and a reward for adding eth-hopr pool and we should be proactively identify the ideal time frames when to add and when to remove so that we can capitalize the market movements more effectively and help HOPR liquidity grow even in a bear market. This approach minimizes the risk in price fluctuations, in fact, HOPR will benefit from it
Is this the right amount- ETH-HOPR can be largest pool out of all, if above approach is adopted.
For anyone in the same boat, I think it’s worth it for the sake of the discussion to understand how these pools work, so I encourage people to read up about this. There are many good resources online, not least the official documentation. This proposal is about Uniswap V3 (although not explicitly mentioned). Uniswap V2 is a bit easier to understand if you want a more gentle introduction to a simpler concept, before reading about V3. Most other DEXes work in very similar ways.
In any case, the way these pools work is that when you have a heavy HOPR/ETH pool, it tends to link the price movements of both tokens together. For example if ETH raises in value, HOPR raises in value as well, provided nobody is trading in the pool. If 1 ETH is worth 10,000 HOPR, then this defines a ratio of 1:10,000 between the two tokens. If there is no trading in the pool, this ratio will stay the same no matter what ETH is currently priced at. Only if people trade in the pool will this ratio ever change. This means that the only way that ETH can raise in value, but HOPR remains the same, is when people are actively selling HOPR while ETH goes up. The ratio between the two tokens in a pool has a kind of inertia that ties them together. The bigger the pool, the stronger the link and the harder it is to change that ratio.
In the other side, pairing HOPR with a stable coin will cause it to have that inertia with a stable value. Thus if nobody is trading in a HOPR/DAI pool, HOPR’s value in that pool will remain constant.
Obviously, many other external factors will influence a token’s price, it is not solely defined by one heavy pool.
HOPR being paired up with ETH is what makes this proposal quite a bit different compared to the other three.
So far in this bear market, this effect has served hopr well (as previously noted), and should continue to do so while the market continues to tank. All the more so because of the massive size of the hopr/dai LP.
If we do this proposal, it would make the most sense to do as MeowMeow23 has suggested. Timing the market is notoriously difficult, and $ cost averaging will help, aditionally it would be helpful to identify a number of factors that would indicate being close to the bottom. Miner capitulation will be a strong indicator, and the current energy crisis will likely bring this forward (from where it might have been without a proxy war between NATO & Russia).
Chico Crypto did some analysis a while back based on the average % lost from ATH and average time frames from start of bear cycle and the halvening and came up with $14k BTC as close to the bottom. Personally I think this is a good target for switching some funds from hopr/dai to hopr/eth.
I believe that this is a much stronger and productive proposal than the other Uniswap proposal (DRAFT PROPOSAL 3: HOPR - xDAI pair on Uniswap (Gnosis Chain)). With $5.07b TVL, Uniswap is the default DEX for many in the DeFi community and having additional pools there will encourage usage, especially with those seeking arbitrage opportunities. As this project grows, it generally makes sense to make obtaining $HOPR as effortless as possible.
I believe Ethereum is going to hold its spot as the top smart contract blockchain. The growth of L2s such as Arbitrum and Optimism, and the potential of zkSync only reinforce my view. That said, the 7 day volume for DAI/HOPR right now is $363.11k. The ETH/HOPR pair’s 7 day volume is $832.15. While the TVL in the ETH/HOPR pool is minuscule, I don’t necessarily think the focus on DAI/HOPR liquidity is an issue.
Furthermore, HOPR’s development and short term utility is focused on Gnosis Chain right now. The volume of the DAI/HOPR pair on Uniswap doesn’t seem to justify an additional pool. The rate are the same right now when swapping ETH and DAI to HOPR.
Rather than move the full $500,000 from HOPR/DAI to HOPR/ETH, if we are to provide ETH/HOPR liquidity, I propose only $250,000 be moved at this time. This will allow us to access what effect, if any, this has on trading on Ethereum.
I do not support this proposal in its current form.
If this happens I am not in anymore. I don’t want to help with supporting the Ethereum blockchain. The fee are not normal, not all people can participate, only the persons with big bugs can pay for those enormous fees. If this changes (ETH 2.0??) I will revise my opinion.
One thing I learned more than once in the past – normally it is not a good thing if tech teams start to take actions in the context of anticipating the future market with a $ focus → remember Substratum shorting the bottom ;-)
I support the proposal to move liquidity to HOPR-ETH pool on Uniswap. The decision is not easy, but we should move forward. The Ethereum network deserves special attention, this offer can become an incentive for the growth of the attractiveness of our token in trade.
I suggest making HOPR-ETH pool on Uniswap as large as possible.
As for the bear-market, do not forget that any financial markets have cycles of growth and decline — this is a normal phenomenon.
Let’s take an example of the S&P index drops in the first half of the year - Top10
In all cases, there was a panic mood of sellers, but the downward cycle eventually changed to bullish. We just need patience and time.
Now there is a difficult situation in the world, but sooner or later everything will return to normal, as it has been repeatedly in history.
Thus, as a project, we need to move forward, especially during the downturn in the financial markets. This step demonstrates our strength and confidence in the future of the project.
I believe this strategy strays away from HOPRs fundamental values.
This strategy seems to be more concerned with profit rather than long term survival of the token.
Until HOPR has been fully implemented into the web3 ecosystem such risks should be avoided.
As mentioned above HOPR was one of the few survivors of the initial nose dive and I feel this happened because there is a genuine team that loves their project, steering the wheel.
Whenever HOPR has made a decision in the past, the team can usually speak for hours about the thought process behind why they did what they did. If we were to move funds based on the thought that the market can only go up from here, we would be making a decision unlike any other HOPR has made.
We consider the very high price/volatility of ETH gas costs to be a disadvantage, and we are skeptical about offering only a simple uniswap pair.
However, the market is large, including NFT, and we believe that starting with a clear service offering would help expand the HOPR ecosystem.
In any case, we think it is necessary to first establish the significance of using HOPR, such as service offerings at the L2 layer, with a view to the future.