Markets Explorer Navigational Chart

When first opening the Liquidity Terminal you will find yourself on the Markets Explorer page which is divided into five principal sectors, each containing navigational aids, information, and tools, to lubricate your journey.

The first step before you can use Liquidity Terminal is to connect your wallet (see image 1).

Once you have connected your wallet to Orca the Markets Explorer display will change (see image 2). There are six key sectors, numbered in the image below. Let's continue on downward as we voyage through the Liquidity Terminal.

1. Side Navigation Bar

The side navigation bar will remain visible as you move between pages in the Liquidity Terminal.

There are four components (image 3)

  1. Hamburger button (☰): toggles the Side Navigation Bar compact form, leaving more room for other features.

  2. Page menu: move between the pages of the Liquidity Terminal (Markets, Portfolio, Create Pool, Rewards) as well as select More to discover… well… more about Orca!

  3. My Crypto: shows the assets in your wallet.

  4. Wallet menu: selecting the fish (🐠) or ellipsis (…) will open a sub-menu allowing you to copy address, change wallet, update profile picture, or disconnect wallet.

2. Top Navigation Bar

The top navigation bar has four components (image 4)

  1. Pool Navigator: open a menu tree for navigating between pools.

  2. Flip Pair Price Order: the price order can be switched using the double arrow ().

  3. Pool Information: displays volume and TVL data, and details of rewards, selecting the link symbol will open a table of current rewards available on Orca.

  4. Selecting Portfolio will navigate to the Portfolio page of Liquidity Terminal.

3. Charts

Here you find Liquidity Terminal's charts, powered by TradingView, packed with tools and features. The pool selected in the pool navigator will automatically load into the chart. Tools and settings are located in three sectors surrounding the chart, with additional tools on the chart itself, in the forth central sector (see image 5).

  1. Chart top bar: features from left to right:

    1. Interval Selector: choose the time interval one candlestick or bar represents.

    2. Pattern selector: switch between charting patterns, including candlestick, bar, line, and Keikin Ashi.

    3. Indicator selector: adds indicators to the chart (will load in a third pane to the base of the central chart)

    4. Fullscreen toggle: switch the chart to full screen mode.

    5. Snapshot menu button: opens a menu with a range of snapshot options.

  2. Technical Analysis Tool Selector: scrolling bar, tools are grouped in expanding sub-menus.

  3. Chart bottom bar: features from left to right:

    1. Time interval selectors: a range of preset chart/candle interval pairs

    2. Go To: navigate to a specific date

    3. Timezone selector: manually switch time-zones.

    4. Chart scale toggles

  4. Chart: the chart can be interacted with directly. The chart itself is divided into panes.

    1. The x-axis can be adjusted by clicking and dragging at the bottom of the chart.

    2. The y-axis can be adjusted, for each individual pane, by clicking and dragging at the right. L and A buttons at the bottom-right of each pane can be used to switch to Logarithmic and Automatic scales respectively.

    3. At the top left of the price chart pane, is a Selected Price Range button this allows you to select the price range, this can be altered on the chart directly when creating a position (see How to Provide Liquidity).

4. Liquidity and token information

The liquidity and token information tab has two sectors.

  1. Liquidity Depth Chart: displays the liquidity depth overlayed with min and max boundaries and current price, these boundaries sliders can be adjusted to define the min and max boundaries for position creation (see How to Provide Liquidity).

  2. Token Information Pane: here you can find a wealth of information for the token pair selected, including links to relevant socials and aggregators for the token.

5. Positions

The positions sector is divided into three sectors (see image 6).

  1. Position Functions: here you can find some valuable functions for managing your positions, from left to right.

    1. Notifications: this button allows you to sign into and manage notifications, powered by notifi ().

    2. Harvest All: this button allows you to harvest all available yield for your positions in the currently displayed pool (see how to harvest yield).

    3. Create Position: this button allows you to create a position in the currently displayed pool (see how to add liquidity).

  2. Field Bar: here you can sort your positions by variables, you can change the displayed fields using the FIELDS button on the right.

  3. Your Positions: here you will find any positions you have in the displayed pool. On the right you will find two buttons:

    1. Bell toggle: this allows you to mute and unmute notifications for the position ().

    2. Vertical Ellipsis () button: gives access to a menu with four options:

      1. Harvest Pending Yield (see How to harvest yield): harvests pending yield from just the selected position.

      2. Add liquidity (see How to add liquidity): add additional liquidity to the position.

      3. Remove liquidity (see How to remove liquidity): remove liquidity from the position.

      4. Close Position: this will close the position, burn the pool position NFT, and harvest any remaining yield.

The footer menu provides a host of useful links to locations, tools, resources, documents, as well as Orca's social and media accounts (see image 7).

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