Uniswap V3 Staking
This section talks about how Uniswap V3 liquidity providers can participate in providing liquidity for MAHA rewards
In Uniswap V3, liquidity providers (LPs) can concentrate their capital within custom price ranges, providing greater amounts of liquidity at desired prices. In doing so, LPs construct individualized price curves that reflect their preferences.
LP positions will be represented by non-fungible tokens (NFTs) which can be staked for
MAHAvia the governance portal.
LP stakers will receive
MAHArewards for the time when the current price of the liquidity pair is within range of their liquidity position.
An example of ARTH/MAHA Uniswap LP position where the min and max price can be specified by the user.
Uniswap V3 minimizes impermanent loss by allowing liquidity providers to choose the range for which they'd like to provide liquidity for. To understand more about this mechanism, read https://uniswap.org/blog/uniswap-v3
Yes. The staking contract takes into account the seconds at which your pool was driving the most liquidity. So if the price moves out of range, then your liquidity position will stop earning rewards.
Yes. You should ideally aim to provide not just the most liquidity but also make sure your position is within the range of the current price to earn the most amount of rewards.