Hidden Hand is the premier marketplace for vote incentives in the DeFi space. It facilitates transactions between protocols and token holders who are looking to earn rewards for their voting power.
What is a bribe in the context of Hidden Hand?
A bribe is essentially a reward offered by a protocol to token holders in return for their voting power. This incentivizes participation and helps protocols make important decisions on token emissions.
It's important to note that Hidden Hand primarily focuses on where token emissions should be directed, not on general governance votes.
Which networks does Hidden Hand support?
Hidden Hand supports Ethereum mainnet, Optimism, Arbitrum, and Polygon zkEVM.
Once a protocol's voting epoch concludes, rewards, also known as bribes, are typically distributed within a day. This delay is due to a built-in security feature—a three-hour time lock on the rewards distributor. If you've opted to use the Yield Harvester, there's an additional three-hour time lock, totaling to at least six hours before you receive your rewards.
Can I use a contract wallet on Hidden Hand?
Yes! However, it's important that you set reward forwarding in order to prevent any issues. Please refer to Reward Forwarding for a tutorial.