Uniswap V3 Fee Calculator

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Pool Price

24h Swap Volume
Design Your Position
Position $ Value

Pool Price
Position Range

Estimate 24h Swap Volume

Simple Daily Fee Estimate:

all calculations shown at the bottom ↓

Plan for the Future

Days Held

New Pool Price
New Value $
Fees Earned $
HODL Value $
vs. HODL $

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This tool presents a simple point-in-time estimate of how much you could potentially earn in fees for providing liquidity in Uniswap V3. It assumes no changes to swap price, swap volumes or liquidity positions, which is not realistic!
Use this tool to get an idea of where you want to invest, and directionally what your fee income could be. We strive to provide accurate information about the present and the past but make no guarantees about the future.

Fee Calculation: Every Step
Note that univ3 uses a calculated liquidity number that is meaningless to interpret on its own, but tells your what portion of the total liquidity in a pool belongs to you. Also look at this spreadsheet to see every single formula.

Basic Fee Formula (L = liquidity): (L_you / L_others) * (24h_swap_volume * pool_fee_rate)

Calculation Details for This Position You Created Above:
Liquidity for This Position:
All Other Existing Liquidity (liquidity for all other positions crossing the current price tick):

24 Hour Swap Volume (across all ticks):
Pool Fee:
Fee Income:

Token Amounts Needed:
Future Numbers (aka Impermanent Loss ☹ )
A crucial issue when investing in any xy=k pool is impermanent loss, aka when you would earn more doing nothing than you did investing. The only way to overcome IL is to earn more in fees than you lose through IL.

Fees Earned (Days Held * Simple Fee Estimate

New Position Value (this calc is detailed in the linked on the left), unlike a simple xy=k pool, the calculation is more complicated and uses the calculated liquidity number

New Token1 Amount * New Token1 Price + New Token2 Amount * New Token2 Price + Fees Earned

HODL Value: original token1 amount * new token1 price + original token2 amount* new token2 price

vs. HODL: New Position Value - HODL Value