Obviously, the protocol can accumulate value in TiTi Protocol's market-making process. It can be defined as Protocol Added Value. The reason for this design is that any adjustment of market circulation will impact the circulating TiUSD. Although TiUSDs inflation and deflation always reflect the real supply-demand relationship in the market and the PAV ensures that inflation and deflation will not affect the inherent value of TiUSD in circulation, any sell and buy will cause TiUSD's price to deviate from the anchor price temporarily. To a certain extreme extent, it will cause unnecessary panic among TiUSD users. Therefore, we ensure that users who buy or sell TiUSD will compensate the holders of TiUSD in circulation through the slippage setting. Furthermore, slippage ensures that the protocol can resist giant whales because when the depth remains the same, the greater the transaction volume, the greater the transaction slippage. On the other hand, the emergence of a significant slippage is a good thing for other TiUSD holders. Because the PAV is enlarging, the transaction depth provided by the TiTi Protocol will be further deepened and subsequent users will have less transaction slippage if they choose to hold and wait.