Merkle Orchard


Liquidity Mining distributions are available to claim weekly through the MerkleOrchard contract. Liquidity Providers can claim tokens from this contract by submitting claims to the tokens. These claims are checked against a Merkle root of the accrued token balances which are stored in a Merkle tree. Claiming through the MerkleOrchard is much more gas-efficient than the previous generation of claiming contracts, especially when claiming multiple weeks of rewards, and when claiming multiple tokens.
A Merkle tree is a data structure that makes it easy to check data validity, in this case token balances. On each level of a balanced binary tree, elements are hashed together so it’s possible to verify that data exists in the tree by submitting hashes from leaf to root, a “Merkle Proof”.

Claiming Tokens

Creating Distributions


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