The AMM will also support single-sided liquidity exposure for liquidity providers (LPs). Current popular AMM models, such as Uniswap and Sushiswap, require LPs to deposit both assets in a liquidity pool. For example, in a ETH-USDC liquidity pool, the liquidity provider would be required to deposit ETH and USDC in a 50/50 ratio. This increases the barrier to entry for liquidity providers and also the capital requirements. Single-sided liquidity provisioning will enable LPs to deposit only one of the assets in the liquidity pool (i.e., either ETH or USDC). As a result, the barriers of entry to be a LP will be greatly reduced, and should contribute to an overall increase in capital efficiency.