Add or migrate liquidity to Unipilot.
Unipilot manages your position on Uniswap v3, keeping it concentrated around the current price at all times.
Sit back and relax knowing that you are always earning high returns.
20% of all fees earned on the platform go to the Treasury. This revenue is then used to reward Stakers and to generate additional revenue via protocol-owned liquidity. Learn more about $PILOT tokenomics here.
$PILOT stakers receive 40% of Treasury revenue, paid out in $ETH each block. This gives the $PILOT token true utility and enables our community to benefit from the success of Unipilot. Learn more about staking here.
Some of the revenue earned by the Treasury is used to add protocol-owned liquidity to Unipilot. This liquidity position generates further revenue for the protocol, creating a powerful flywheel effect.
Unipilot is universal and decentralized: anyone can deploy a liquidity vault for any token pair on Uniswap v3, and $PILOT token holders govern the protocol. Visit our snapshot page.
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When Uniswap announced that Uniswap V3 would enable liquidity providers to concentrate their liquidity into tighter price ranges to earn more fees, we realized there was a need for a service that could optimize and automate the process to remove the complexities of liquidity management.
When you provide liquidity on Uniswap V3, you must select the upper and lower bounds in which your liquidity will be active. Select a concentrated range and you can earn far higher fees. However, when the price moves out of this range, so does your liquidity and you stop earning any fees. Select a wide range and your returns will be limited. Unipilot intelligently optimizes your liquidity, keeping it in a concentrated range at all times so that you are always earning maximum returns.
Unipilot aims to be the one-stop solution for optimized liquidity across AMMs (Automated Market Makers). Uniswap V3 was the first AMM to offer the ‘concentrated liquidity’ feature, though Unipilot will add support for more AMMs once they enable this functionality. At time of writing, Sushi has launched its Trident concentrated liquidity feature on Polygon. Unipilot will add support for Trident once it expands to more networks.
Liquidity providers on Uniswap v3 need to predict the optimal price range for their capital. This can be a daunting task even for experienced DeFi users.
A concentrated position will lead to far higher returns, though it is likely to quickly fall out of range and stop earning any fees. Conversely, a wider position means it is less likely to fall out of range but earned fees will be far lower.
In either case, you must monitor your position and pay for three transactions when it falls out of range: one to remove the liquidity, another to swap assets and a third to re-add the liquidity in a new range.
Unipilot optimizes your Uniswap v3 liquidity, keeping it concentrated around the current trading price at all times to maximize returns from liquidity provider fees.
This optimization also leads to greater capital efficiency, enabling lower-slippage trading.
In addition to this, Active vaults (identifiable by the Pilot logo) are kept in range by the protocol, so you do not need to monitor your position or regularly pay for multiple transactions to keep earning high returns.
Unipilot takes a 20% cut of fees earned on the protocol. This revenue is sent to the Treasury, where it is used for the following purposes: 1) staking rewards, 2) protocol-owned liquidity and 3) covering protocol expenses. Learn more in our Tokenomics article.