Educating neighbors Uniswap accounting 101.

Balances are vectors, and K-value is the product. Fees are additive to the vector.

To figure out fees collected is to figure out the proportion of vectors using K2 vs K1.

#Uniswap $UNI #Ethereum $ETH 🔹️
Now onto the more political aspect of crypto: " $UNI is a wOrthl3ss ToK3N. "

Few understand.
All will horde.
The pure form is simple to explain, the working form factors in many moving parts, including repeated deposits and withdrawal constantly interrupting good accounting.

Nothing motivates accurate accounting more than real money on the line.

Regarding repeated deposits and withdrawals, each is treated as a separate event requiring separate equations.

Coding it should be trivial.

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