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Data Fetching & Pool Introspection

Whether it be to create a custom dashboard, or just finding out what current positions look like, fetching pool information might be the first and foremost task that most developers will want to use
Initialisation always works the same way -- pick a chain and a provider, and create the Fuse object
// Initialisation always works the same way --
// pick a chain and a provider, and create the Fuse object
const sdk = new MidasSdk(provider, chainId);

fetchFusePoolData

Arguments:
  • poolId: string
  • address?: string
Returns:
  • Promise<FusePoolData>
The poolId is the canonical pool index, retrievable via the UI. E.g. https://app.midascapital.xyz/56/pool/1 -> poolId = 1
The address is the address of a pool user, e.g. someone that has provided liquidity, or borrowed assets. If passed, the function will returned detailed information about the user's balances.
const fusePoolData = await sdk.fetchFusePoolData("1", "0x111...")
fusePoolData.assets.map((a) => console.log(a.underlyingSymbol));
>>> "jBRL", "2brl", "WBNB", "ETH", "BUSD"
This returns a Promise of FusePoolData. Check out the type definition for more information about the data contained in it.

fetchPools

Arguments:
  • filter: string | null
  • options: { from: string })
Returns:
  • Promise<FusePoolData[]>
Returns an array of fuse pools, given a specific filter. Filters can be:
"created-pools" | "verified-pools" | "unverified-pools"
Passing the { from: address } will return the detailed balances of the address provided

fetchPoolsManual

  • verification: boolean
  • options: { from: string }
Returns:
  • Promise<(FusePoolData | null)[] | undefined>
Slightly optimised data fetching function for expensive calculations that handles failures gracefully in case of using less efficient RPC endpoints