Slippage refers to the potential alteration of a price during the confirmation of a transaction. In the context of MoolaNet and its automated market maker (AMM) model, slippage occurs due to the dynamic nature of the pool's relative prices. As users interact with the liquidity pool, the relative prices of the assets can shift, resulting in a different execution price than initially expected.

When using MoolaNet's AMM model, slippage is a consideration because the execution price of a swap may be impacted by the changing relative prices of the assets in the liquidity pool. However, by utilizing range orders, users can mitigate the potential slippage by setting specific price ranges and ensuring that their trades are executed within their desired boundaries.

It's important to note that while range orders can help reduce slippage, they do not entirely eliminate the possibility of price changes during transaction confirmation. Users should always carefully consider the market conditions and set appropriate price ranges to minimize the impact of slippage on their trades.

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