The above example shows the main issue with chaotic and dispersed liquidity addition. To solve this problem, RadioShack needs to significantly reduce the diameter of the graph, and increase its liquidity-adjusted connectivity. This will be achieved by using a single large-degree node (the SHACK node) to create what we refer to as The Starfish Topology. In this topology, the tokens are linked with the RADIO token in a hub and spokes structure, which has a much lower liquidity-adjusted average distance and a smaller diameter. Furthermore, the Starfish Topology has the benefit of having way fewer edges compared to the previous graph, thus concentrating the liquidity and creating deeper pools that can offer lower price impact and slippage. Furthermore, the Starfish Topology attempts to balance the depth of the liquidity among its 'limbs' by moving liquidity incentives to the thinner but high traffic limbs.