SpartanDev: 08/02/21–14/02/21

Dev Update: APY In Action| Sneak Peak at User LP Position Page | Deep Dive into Benefits of AMM Volatility | Social Growth


The APY values for pools are now displayed alongside pools as well as their confidence values which are listed next to the calculated APY to highlight any oddities (large slip fees, or small depth pools) — don’t forget that past performance is not indicative of future returns.

A sneak peak into the Spartan Pools Position Page where LP contributors can monitor their positions in pools. In a summarised position or expanded for a breakdown of their interactions. They can also check closed positions.

This week has seen some rather large price-movements and volatility within the AMM, this weeks knowledge article explores how the protocol takes advantage of these imbalances through arbitrage, slip & fees and how this attracts increasing TVL to the pools.

APY Displayed in The Pools DApp

Confidence Ratings

Each APY has a confidence factor listed next to its calculated APY%. The intent is to highlight to community members that APYs may have been abnormally effected by transactions with large slips, small depth and not be appropriate to use when considering future projections.

As the pools depth continues to grow, abnormal slip amounts will reduce and APY will normalise and the confidence factor will go up. More data, better results.

Don’t forget that past performance does not guarantee future returns — you are responsible for your own analysis of pools and their on chain analytics etc.

Sneak Peak Into User LP Positions PageV1

For those community members with a keen eye and a passion for watching GitHub — maybe you have noticed over the last few weeks the LP Positions page as a key part of the Spartanalytics suite.

LP providers will be able to see their inputs and current values reflected in live pricing.

When checking your position they will arrive rolled up like this. By clicking on +More Details LP Providers will be able to see their interactions with the pool broken down into more details. I.e able to see the difference between additions and Bonds etc.

Rolled up information Summary
Detailed View

SpartanProtocol Articles

A run through of the impacts of the recent price movements seen over the last week and how that volatility effects the mechanics of SpartanProtocol. A discussion on how it can bring value to the platform due to imbalances, arbitrage opportunities and the fees and slip that are collected into the pools from the transactions that result.

Spartan Socials — Twitter

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Weekly Summary
Twitter summary for rolling 28 days

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SpartanSocials — Medium

Rolling 30 Day Summary

SpartanSocials — Telegram

GitHub Activity




Current Contributor’s Focus


  • DAO v2
  • Utils v2
  • Router v3
  • Pool v2
  • SynthRouter v1
  • Synth v1
  • Bond v4

Spartan DApp

  • Spartanalytics v1
  • DAppV2


  • DAO page
  • Synths page
  • Lending page
  • FAQ page

Other Focuses

  • Video & text guides
  • Get TrustWallet and BinanceWallet price feed in place

Community Contribution

Spartan Protocol is at its core a community-driven and led project. In this vein, the more contributors the better. There is a great opportunity for community members to contribute by making LP reward analysis tools, etc.

Recently, community members have been graciously funnelling in to contribute to explainer articles, ideas and even $SPARTA donations to support the growth of the platform.

GitHub list of bounties available

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Engage with the community and contributors

Where to find out about all the latest updates or suggest improvements — get involved.