I'd love to see an auto-dill feature. Type in a number, and your pending pickles are auto-harvested and locked each week prior to snapshot up to a number you set. Even better, up to max boost for a farm/farms you select.
One click to harvest all PICKLE emissions
For anyone sitting in multiple pickle farms, it would be great to be able to harvest all pickles emissions from all of our farms in one sweep at the press of a button. Give this request some love if you’d like the pickle team to consider it. According to LKJ: it's just a harvest() function call on every farm that has pending $PICKLEs, which can be implemented for convenience. Additionally, there's an EIP where batching transactions will be cheaper - it’s possible this will be part of the London hard fork. Suggested deployment: v1. Convenience v2. Gas savings A degen can dream
$200 in transaction fees??
i staked around $150 in June and when i wanted to withdraw it I got charged $229 in transaction fees. Link is https://etherscan.io/tx/0x841c796000b115c917230e60abf996eb1550910d88db92da0cc0cbdc90c6a85e How could this be??
Add "Active Positions" slider
Since Jars&Farms have been combined, collapsing the table to see only active positions (e.g. Farms) is gone. The "Show My Jars" slider does not accomplish the same - I get a random list of them. Please re-introduce.
SLP USDT/ETH not displaying any rewards
Hi, added sLP to USDT/ETH just under 24 hours ago and don't any rewards under 'Earned' I can see my 'deposit value' and LP but that's it, grateful for some assistance, cheers
With the soon release of Arbitrum, and it being the first big rollup that will have broad support I think we should have a way on arbitrum to zap into and out of the ethereum main net jars from arbitrum. Implementation would mean users would not need to transact on the main net, but still participate in those farms while saving a substantial ammount of gas. The entry/exit would need to be grouped in the same way the earn() is called. This would allow for more gas savings as transactions are batched together. Fees are 100x cheaper there and would greatly lower the barrier to entry into our jars. There should also be opportunity on arbitrum to farm there. Laying the infrastructure to already support arbitrum will make it easier in the future to capture those jars quickly. Arbitrum supports solidity with only a few differences compared to ETH, and they mostly pertain to gas and time. See: https://developer.offchainlabs.com/docs/solidity_support