Community Plugins


The xKIM allocation mechanism is made so that any protocol and/or user are able to provide their very own plugin implementation.

All additional xKIM allocations will have to be handled through the xKIM token contract itself, and more generally, community plugins will have to comply with some technical requirements to make them fit with KIM's technical stack.

  • KIM can't be held responsible for any authorization given by users to a third-party Plugin.

  • A malicious or badly made plugin contract could make your xKIM stuck forever, so remember to be extra careful before approving a contract asking for an xKIM allocation.

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