Uniswap V3 — a protocol for creating liquidity and trading ERC-20 tokens on Ethereum. It eliminates trusted intermediaries and unnecessary forms of rent seeking, enabling fast and efficient trading. Where it compromises, decentralization, censorship resistance and safety are the priorities. Uniswap is open source software, licensed under the GPL.
Platform description of Uniswap V3
Uniswap has announced a V3 version of their decentralized exchange where they will use NFT to tokenize liquidity positions. The team will protect their innovations with a two-year source business license to prevent forks and so-called liquidity vampire attacks.
Similar to the transition from v1 to v2, Uniswap Labs plans to provide a migration portal to help liquidity providers (“LPs”) to move their liquidity from v2 to v3.
|1||Liquidity Providers (LPs) on Uniswap are primarily market makers on the stock exchange as they provide liquidity and help traders to enter and exit their positions.|
|2||With the integration of NFTs, liquidity providers are becoming more flexible. For example, they can only provide liquidity when the token is trading within a certain price range.|
|3||It should also be noted that Uniswap will restrict commercial and production use of its source code for up to two years under the Business Source License 1.1.|
Uniswap Labs is building a new user interface for v3 that will have most of the interactions you are already familiar with. The developers are also adding new threads to host v3 features. For example, adding liquidity requires a range slider now. Anyone can create an interface for v3, so the community is expected to add several different interfaces to provide access to v3.
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The smart contract has not been audited.