Alkemi Earn Contracts

Implementation of Alkemi Earn Contracts in Solidity.

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Get Started

For local development of alkemi-earn-contracts you can setup the development environment on your machine.

Local development

For local development it is recommended to use ganache to run a local development chain. Using the ganache simulator no full Ethereum node is required.

As a pre-requisite, you need:

  • Node.js

  • npm

Clone the project and install all dependencies:

git clone
cd alkemi-earn-contracts/

# install project dependencies
$ npm i

Compile the solidity contracts:

$ npm run compile

In a new terminal, launch an Ethereum RPC client, we use the default ganache-cli command to configure and run a local development ganache:

$ npm run ganache

Switch back to your other terminal and deploy the contracts:

$ npm run deploy


Run tests with:

$ npm run test

Code Linting

Linting is setup for JavaScript with ESLint & Solidity with Solhint and Prettier.

# lint solidity contracts
$ npm run prettier:contracts

# lint tests
$ npm run lint:tests

Code style is enforced through the CI test process, builds will fail if there're any linting errors.


Ethereum Mainnet

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Alkemi Earn Verified Implementation


Testnet Deployments

Kovan Testnet

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Rinkeby Testnet

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Alkemi Earn Verified Implementation


AlkemiEarnPublic Upgrade Proxy


AlkemiEarnPublic Implementation


Ropsten Testnet

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Alkemi Earn Verified




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