What is Liqudity Baking and does Temple support it?

Written by Martin J. Maddox
Updated 1 year ago

What is Liquidity Baking?

Liquidity Baking (LB) is an experimental feature introduced along with the launch of Granada protocol update. It is an XTZ/tzBTC liquidity pool sustained not by a DEX but by the Tezos protocol itself. It is designed to provide protocol-level liquidity for DeFi.

What do you mean when you say you support LB?

The Temple wallet supports swaps for the XTZ/tzBTC liquidity baking. You can access the LB pool in the Temple’s Swap section.

We currently do not have an interface solution to add liquidity to this pool.

How do I add liquidity to this pool?

You can partake in Liquidity Baking via the corresponding tabs in popular Tezos explorers.

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Further reading

To acquire deeper understanding of Liquidity Baking feature please follow these links.

An in-depth explanation of how Liquidity Baking works under the hood and how it will affect the Tezos DeFi ecosystem.

Technical information.

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