In return, the liquidity providers receive LP (liquidity pool) tokens that act as a receipt for their share of the pool. These LP tokens are burnt when reclaiming your tokens. You can also provide them to use in yield farming, where your fees are constantly reinvested in the pool to compound your interest.
BLOO AMM model rewards liquidity providers with a 0.18% fee shared proportionally based on the liquidity provided. The tokens' prices aren't determined via an order book but through a formula known as the Constant Product Market Maker.
Let's use the MATIC/BUSD liquidity pool as an example. We'll refer to MATIC as x and BUSD as y. With a Constant Product Market Maker formula, x and y are multiplied together to create a constant, k, that can’t change.
The liquidity pool will offer you a conversion rate, in our case, 300 BUSD (y) for 1 MATIC (x). When you supply the 300 BUSD to the pool and remove 1 MATIC, it will have a higher supply of BUSD and a smaller supply of MATIC. This action causes the price of MATIC to rise as k is constant. In other words, you are using your BUSD to buy MATIC. As more MATIC leaves the pool, its price in comparison to BUSD rises.
The liquidity provided to the exchange comes from Liquidity Providers ("LPs") who stake their tokens in "Pools". In exchange, they get $BLOO FLIP ($BLOO Liquidity Provider) tokens, which can also be staked to earn $BLOO tokens in the "farm".
When you make a token swap (trade) on the exchange you will pay a 0.25% trading fee, which is broken down as follows:
0.18% - Returned to Liquidity Pools in the form of a fee reward for liquidity providers.
0.02% - Sent to the BLOO Treasury.
0.05% - Sent towards $BLOO buyback and burn.