I know a little bit about the Uniswap, providing liquidity, bonding curves...
But I'm still struggling to perform the actual math - what is the actual formula?
Real-life example (easier to operate on real numbers)
- Uniswap pool: https://uniswap.info/pair/0x2680a95fc9de215f1034f073185cc1f2a28b4107
- Bonding curve contract: https://etherscan.io/address/0x2680a95fc9de215f1034f073185cc1f2a28b4107
- 300 ETH
- 300k GET
Say I'm a whale and I add
60 ETH and
60k GET to the bonding curve.
The bonding curve now:
- 360 ETH
- 360k GET
I have 20% of the liquidity pool.
What will happen in cases 1 and 2?
Someone sends 10 ETH into the bonding curve?
Someone sends 10k GET into the bonding curve?
My understanding is that I will still own 20% of the liquidity pool but what about the actual numbers of ETH and GET?