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Everyone’s funds are now unlocked. We can’t thank everyone enough for their patience in this. This article explains how to claim your entitlements.

What happened?

Since the old jars are now out of commission, we had to migrate the underlying value from the old jars to some brand new jars.

This means the underlying value of your old pTokens have also been migrated to these new pTokens (which you must claim). There will also be new farms for these new pTokens coming in the next 24 hours.

How to claim

For each pJar, there is a separate set of instructions.

Once you’ve taken the link to the appropriate Etherscan page (see below), you’ll need to click ‘Connect to Web3’ as a preliminary step and connect your wallet (making sure the connected wallet is the one that’s entitled to funds).

Following is a screenshot which outlines the common steps on Etherscan:

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pJar 0 — sCRV:

pJar 0.69a — UNIv2-ETH-DAI LP:

pJar 0.69b — UNIv2-ETH-USDC LP:

pJar 0.69c — UNIv2-ETH-USDT LP:

What does this do?

Claiming your entitlements will give you pTokens equal to the number of underlying tokens set out in the Solidity files here (which is the same as the json files we previously circulated). You can now see the value of your new pTokens at https://pickle.finance/jars.

You are free to withdraw your pTokens at any time to receive the ratio of underlying tokens. If you leave your pTokens in the PickleJars, they will continue to appreciate relative to the underlying tokens (i.e. normal PickleJar operations have resumed).

Your old pTokens are now valueless in favour of the new pTokens you just claimed. The old pJar PICKLE farms have been disabled, so you won’t need to unstake those old pTokens. Please look out for an announcement for the introduction of new farms where you can stake your new pTokens.

Frequently Asked Questions

My gas fee is super high when I try to claim

Please DO NOT CONFIRM if your gas fee is super high when claiming the new pTokens. This usually means something is wrong with the transaction. Here are the possible causes:

  1. Your connected address is not in the list of entitlements;
  2. You are on the wrong reimbursement contract, or;
  3. You have already claimed your entitlement
    (check https://pickle.finance/jars).

I keep getting “Cannot read property ‘methods’ of undefined”

This is an Etherscan issue, please try refreshing the page or restarting your browser.

What happens to the old Jars?

The old jars are now out of commission and have been replaced with the new jars (and their strategies) which are fully operational. The frontend has also been updated to point to the new jars. This means that the new pTokens you claim will be worth more over time.

What do I do with the old pTokens?

Since we’ve migrated the underlying value from the old pTokens to the new pTokens, they are effectively valueless at this point. That is why you need to go claim your new pTokens.

If you had previously staked these pTokens into the farms, those will also be useless. Since these are new pTokens, we will need new farms and those will come in 24 hours time.

What about my PICKLEs in the old farms?

There are no more rewards going to the old farms (except for ETH/PICKLE), but you can always harvest the PICKLEs that you previously farmed. You don’t have to do it before you claim your new pTokens, they are separate things.

Do I need to stake these new pTokens into another farm?

Yes, you will have to stake these new pTokens into the new farms in about 24 hours when they will be launched.

More Questions?

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Disclaimer

Contributors to Pickle have made reasonable efforts at ensuring the integrity of the protocol including tests. Pickle is completely valueless and has 0 financial value. Anyone who chooses to engage with these contracts, including the Pickle token contract and the staking contracts, are doing so at their own risk. You should perform your own due diligence.

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