Why haven’t my contracts / transactions shown up yet?
Go to the Checker, click on ‘WALLET OVERVIEW’ and look at your ‘Last Active’ column. If you have done the transactions after the last active date/time please wait for the next update so that the transactions & contracts are reflected.
If your transactions were completed before the last active date/time please check if they were from one of the tracked source chains. If you still think something is wrong please message us on Discord with your wallet address and transaction hashes.
Following questions apply only to LayerZero checker
Which source chains are tracked?
Due to limitations in the LayerZero Blockchain data, it is currently only possible to track transactions from these chains.**
- Binance Smart Chain
This means if you are doing lots of transactions from zkSync to other chains they probably will not show up in the dashboard.
Which destination chains are tracked?
Merkly is tracking all of the chains LayerZero supports.
The most up to date list can be found here.
I registered my address but it says "No data for <address>"
Please make sure you have used at least three different smart contracts and have more than $50 volume in stablecoins (USDT, USDC, DAI) or native coins (ETH, AVAX, MATIC, FTM)
Make sure you waited at least 12 hours since fulfilling the requirements and if you still get "No data for <address>", message us on Discord.
Am I considered sybil because I registered one or more addresses for the checker?
- Registering for a tool that tracks blockchain data does not make you a “sybil”. A sybil is defined as an attacker that uses a large(!!) amount of pseudonymous wallets to gain a disproportionately large influence.
- All the blockchain analytic tools that were used in previous airdrops did not look for data that was written to small DApp smart contracts. Rather they searched for large clusters of wallets (>10-20 Wallets) that were linked through specific transactions or wallets (e.g. reuse of personal CEX deposit addresses)
- Ask yourself: What are the odds a billion dollar company such as LayerZero would ever look into the data from a very small project such as Merkly? That would be hillarious.
- If these arguments are not enough for you, you can always register for the checker with a different wallet address, no need to register all at once.
What does the contract “Arbitrum: Merkly ONFT” mean?
This contract tracks the bridging of a Merkly ONFT from Arbitrum to any other chain through layerzero. The chain in the label (in this case Arbitrum) is the source chain from where the transaction should be initiated.
What does Omnichain mean?
Omnichain means the tracked smart contract address is the same for multiple chains and can be triggered from multiple chains (as source!). If you see Omnichain: Stargate Bridge OFT and no other network with Stargate Bridge OFT it means the contract can be triggered from any of the tracked source chains.
Why is my volume so low?
For our volume calculation we are tracking transactions that were done with stablecoins or with native coins (ETH on Ethereum, ETH on Arbitrum, ETH on Optimism, AVAX on Avalanche, BNB on Binance Smart Chain, Matic on Polygon).