Since Behodler pools are created through Scarcity (SCX) (and not ETH), and SCX is an index of the value of all tokens on the DEX, and SCX is minted on a token bonding curve, there is no linear progression of tokens & ETH up and down a price curve. This means that impermanent loss is significantly reduced (not completely eliminated however — this would be impossible).
What we describe technically is that the impact of impermanent loss diminishes drastically and rapidly as more tokens are added. When an exchange happens on a pair on multi-token pools, both underlying tokens change in composition. With Behodler, a swap does change the relative composition of 2 tokens but the remaining tokens are unaffected. The relative immediate impact of a swap is therefore more substantially muted in Behodler.
To provide liquidity on Behodler, one simply swaps the desired token to SCX.
Note: the UI button will change from "Swap" to "Add Liquidity"
To remove liquidity from Behodler, one simply swaps an amount of SCX to the desired output token.
Note: the UI button will change from "Swap" to "Withdraw Liquidity"