How Tortle Works

Tortle Ninja uses Tortle Combo Recipes. These recipes are sets of different nodes that create products and strategies.
Tortle Ninja has 3 main parts, the dashboard, the composer, and the analytics.

The Dashboard

Manage all your recipes here. On the left side of the dashboard you can see:
Active Recipes
This is where you can monitor all the recipes you have executed and see how they are going. You can also execute them partially or abort them.
Liquidated Recipes
View all the recipes you have successfully executed. You can interact with them again and watch their results, and clone them in case you want to reuse those strategies.
Your Recipes
This is where you can see all the strategies you have created and forked, and the ones you have not deployed yet as well as your drafts and incomplete recipes too.
Failed Recipes
This is where you can see your recipes that do not execute well.
Browse Recipes
See the recipes created by the community, view the details, and clone them.
Tortle Ninja Dashboard

The Composer

This is the core of Tortle Ninja. The composer works with the drag-and-drop nodes. (Nodes explanation on the next page)
Here, you can name, compose, record, validate, and launch it. You can also even set your recipe to private or public.

Tortle Ninja Analytics

Tortle Ninja has two analytical tools. In every recipe, you can see how much you have earned, its APR, the inputs, and the outputs. You can watch clearly how everything has gone in the bigger picture.
Additionally, you can see how every node is doing at any time which is extremely important because Tortle Ninja gives you some info that is impossible to know otherwise, as we decompose all the KPIs as shown below. On a farm, you can watch how much you deposited, what's the current value and how much you have earned.
With Tortle Ninja you won't need more excels to understand how DeFi really works!
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