The assets available on the platform must have a pool on Uniswap V3, as mentioned before. However, to improve user experience, we restrict the tokens available in the beta version to increase liquidity on individual assets. As the platform grows, we will increase the number of markets. Furthermore, we plan to open up the listing process to the public, so that anyone can suggest assets to be added to the platform.
A user can easily check which pool a given market is based on in the UI. We label every token with one of three categories that inform about the level of stability and security of the underlying pool on Uniswap.
These categories are:
- Verified - the pool has many liquidity providers. Its market cap is above $250M. Our researchers have reviewed it and gave it a positive review.
- Medium-verified - the pool has multiple liquidity providers. Its market cap is below $250M. Our researchers have reviewed it and gave it a positive review.
- Not-verified - Few liquidity providers, however the token is popular in the media and has a large community. Our researchers have reviewed it and gave it a positive review.
Tokens on Uniswap can usually be traded on multiple pools. Logium allows betting on a single pool for every token. We usually choose the pool with the highest liquidity, because the higher the liquidity, the more costly price manipulation becomes. However, sometimes liquidity shifts between pools and a pool that is listed on Logium is no longer the most liquid. In such situations we change the listed pool to the more liquid one. If you issued any awaiting bets on a pool that then became delisted, they will stop being displayed to other users in the UI. If someone took one of your bets and then we delisted a pool, it will be exercised as it normally would.