Token Liquidity

and Pools Activity
Token Liquidity
We measure liquidity $ value for a token, not for a trading pair. When determining how liquid a token is, we don’t really care about how much of that token is in liquidity pools, we care about the value of other tokens that it can be swapped for.
To determine a liquidity value for a given token X, we look across supported liquidity pools and calculate the amounts of available tokens you can swap with token X. Then, to get the liquidity of token X, we multiply these available tokens by their corresponding USD prices and sum it all up.
The simple formula that works for all pool types that we are using is:
Liquidity of token X = TVL of all pools containing token X minus the total value of token A in those pools
Which can also be written as:
Liquidity of token X = total value of all other tokens in pools containing token x
This left section of the DexGuru interface shows available on-chain token liquidity and AMM’s pool activity. It shows when and how many tokens are deposited or removed from the liquidity pools for the given token.
To specify the token, pick it in the Market Selector area.

Liquidity Provider Categories

provides you with insight into what type of accounts are liquidity providers for the selected token
🐓 (Rooster) - During the last 30 days, this Liquidity Provider continuously has had $10k-$100k locked inside different liquidity pools across all supported chains.
🐅 (Tiger) - During the last 30 days, this Liquidity Provider continuously has had $100k-$500k locked inside different liquidity pools across all supported chains.
🐘 (Elephant) - During the last 30 days, this Liquidity Provider continuously has had $500k+ locked inside different liquidity pools across all supported chains.