Token Reservation

On any given day of the LT Epoch, users may choose to send ETH (or any ERC-20 token traded on Uniswap V2) to the contract and assign it to any of the LT Epoch days that have not yet concluded. We call this action a “token reservation”.

For example, during day 12, users may send and assign ETH to any of the days 12–50, but not to days 1–11, since those days have already concluded.

Each token reservation is assigned to a single day, but users may make as many such reservations as they wish, to as many different days as they wish.

The WISE contract front end will also include the ability for a user to spread a single reservation amount of ETH (or ERC-20) evenly across all remaining LT days. This “dollar cost averaging” feature saves gas for the user who wishes to reserve an equal part of each LT day.

Reservations can be made with ETH, but also with any ERC-20 token that's traded on Uniswap V2. This is done via direct integration with Uniswap, which swaps the ERC-20 for ETH as part of the reservation transaction. This is functionally the same as the users themselves swapping the ERC-20 for ETH on Uniswap, and then later sending the ETH to the WISE contract for a token reservation. The benefit of using the WISE reservation interface to do this is that it saves the user some gas fees and time.

Each single token reservation must be of a minimum ETH amount, to make spam attacks cost-prohibitive. The specific minimum amount will be finalized at a later date, closer to launch. This is because the price of ETH may change significantly between the time of this writing and the contract launch. The minimum will likely be in the neighborhood of $10 worth of ETH.

The contract will provide public interfaces for viewing the total amount of ETH currently assigned to each LT Epoch day across all users, as well as the total WISE available for each day (where that supply has been determined, in the case of random days). For days where the supply has not yet been finalized, the min/max range will also be retrievable from the contract.

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