Risk Management

Risk management is a crucial priority for Rollie's trading engine, and the platform incorporates various measures to help users mitigate risks and ensure secure trading. Here are some critical risk management features:

  1. Slippage Tolerance: Users can set their preferred slippage tolerance level to protect against unfavorable price differences. The transaction will be reverted if the price falls beyond the set threshold to prevent potential unexpected losses;

  2. Circuit Breakers: Rollie's trading engine utilizes circuit breakers to pause trading during periods of extreme volatility. This helps avoid liquidity imbalances and sudden price crashes, reducing the risk of significant losses;

  3. 3 Open Trades per Trading Pair per Wallet - limitation to be removed in the future (coming soon);

  4. 900% winning percentage cap per trade collateral - being risk management for liquidity providers;

  5. Risk Monitoring: Rollie's robust monitoring systems actively detect and prevent risks like flash loans, front-running, and market manipulation. The risk management team works to safeguard users and maintain a safe trading environment;

  6. User Awareness: Users can minimize risks by conducting thorough research, understanding market conditions, and setting appropriate trading parameters such as limits and stop-loss orders.

While Rollie implements risk management measures, users must use their discretion when trading and acknowledge the inherent risks. Conducting research, comprehending market conditions, and carefully assessing potential risks are necessary before making any transactions.

Rollie's trading engine is designed to provide users with a secure and efficient trading environment. By incorporating advanced risk management features and promoting fair and transparent trading practices, Rollie aims to ensure a reliable trading experience for its users.


Rollie offers decentralized financial opportunities that have the potential for high returns. However, it's essential to understand the risks of using Rollie.

Various risks are associated with using Rollie, such as market volatility, smart contract risk, regulatory changes, and contract failure or bugs. Market volatility means that the value of assets can change unexpectedly, while smart contract risk involves the possibility of smart contracts having bugs or vulnerabilities.

Regulatory changes worldwide can impact decentralized finance services' availability and legality, and contract failure or bugs may occur. Moreover, there are potential risks associated with staking, such as committing to withdrawal processing times for assets and losing them if the staking pool faces issues.

Rollie does not guarantee returns or profits; users are responsible for their investments. However, Rollie is working to provide a secure and transparent platform for users.

By understanding these risks and taking precautions, users can make informed decisions about investing in Rollie while minimizing the potential impact of the risks involved.

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