In the current DEX environment there is a trade off in terms of ease-of-use and the efficiency of the above components. AMMs with a constant function market maker curve, meaning any AMM that only has 1 price curve such as UniswapV2 and their forks make the largest trade off in this section. These AMMs provide liquidity from a price of 0 to ∞ meaning that they are extremely capital inefficient since the price of an asset is neither close to 0, nor close to ∞. Due to this capital inefficiency it affects all the other components. It results in low liquidity depth, because the funds for liquidity are distributed equally throughout the whole price range, this of course makes there be a high amount of slippage. A high amount of slippage means that there is a lot of volatility, as well as means there is low amount of volume as people don't like trading something with high slippage.