Add a Token Faucet
Distribute a token to ticket holders over time
You might want to distribute a token to your user over time. This can be accomplished with a Token Faucet.
The Token Faucet drips a certain number of tokens per second. Those tokens are distributed to users based on their balance of measure tokens held.
For example: if the Token Faucet drips 100 tokens per second, and Alice holds 50% of the total supply of measure tokens, then she accrues 50 tokens per second.
In order to accomplish this the Token Faucet must be updated before every token transfer; whether it's a mint, transfer or burn. This is why the Token Faucet implements the Token Listener interface.
To summarize:
    The token faucet distributes a token to holders of a measure token.
    The token faucet drips tokens every second
    The token faucet implements the Token Listener interface that must be called in order to function correctly.

Adding a Token Faucet to a Prize Pool

You can create a Token Faucet using the TokenFaucetProxyFactory. See the Networks page to find a faucet on the network of your choice.

Step 1: Create the Token Faucet

If you can use Etherscan, navigate to the factory contract's "write" interface tab:
Create a new Token Faucet
The create function creates a new Token Faucet with the parameters:
The ERC20 token address that you wish to distribute
The ERC20 token address that determines each users' portion
The number of asset tokens to drip every second. Keep in mind the denomination is in the smallest unit (i.e. wei)

Step 2: Attach the Token Faucet to your Prize Pool

The Token Faucet is a Token Listener, so you'll need to attach it to your prize pool's prize strategy. The default Multiple Winners prize strategy allows you to set the token listener using the setTokenListener function.

Step 3: Deposit Tokens into the Token Faucet

Now you'll need to deposit tokens into the faucet. Navigate to the faucet in Etherscan and find the deposit function:
The Token Faucet deposit() Function
The deposit function will update the current dripped value (if any) and transfer more tokens from the caller into the contract.
Make sure to approve() of the token spend by the Token Faucet first!
All Done!
Last modified 7mo ago