Contract 0xb31f66aa3c1e785363f0875a1b74e27b85fd66c7 8

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0x4c06a004d19bb6e083b03318528a212eaa256ac283b667d108fbf44a247a5948Deposit77309162021-12-03 0:30:1440 secs ago0x2b9f9c5e3b0aa69bd24ee97b5130e0972af78c24 IN  Wrapped AVAX19.5 AVAX0.0006960525
0x8c89b1d1184d80762c8cc5a94f5605b83adf270b5e69dee901b74aec3a0abd69Withdraw77309132021-12-03 0:30:0549 secs ago0x38a3537ac00fecd7474be53a438bc0ef0b34b51c IN  Wrapped AVAX0 AVAX0.00088177525
0x6fc5438fded1b66e07a36136b11c18fbd0f70258d05a170f3cd5fc630d81787dWithdraw77309022021-12-03 0:29:461 min ago0xeb1282ccba0a0b5bc3c01c41bce0fa3f48d43c9e IN  Wrapped AVAX0 AVAX0.00088267525
0x3e2cc4c8745975d3e7040fd1e56b65eda18e64747b30c01dbb030250781f4c0cWithdraw77308742021-12-03 0:28:502 mins ago0xeb8e42b95c73c4988ecce08e733eb842ad6f690e IN  Wrapped AVAX0 AVAX0.00088177525
0x459e5a4e061af41fedfa34dfe331c288b7277c59269e98150d4023def23a6f47Approve77308722021-12-03 0:28:462 mins ago0xb8c907ae13d87d74c4492c9de59b240f21c5221b IN  Wrapped AVAX0 AVAX0.0013930530
0xd149ca1a2be1c0d1268e3d2a2842d345711a555472e6165ff8e399fc949ad897Withdraw77308692021-12-03 0:28:392 mins ago0x71179c2f2cde8af9d55ae0c9d56316168693fbca IN  Wrapped AVAX0 AVAX0.00088207525
0xcfcc20b1ce314ea44ed2c95f51dd6d32d9262a16cb5c0474aa0df3d4bf8ccff1Approve77308592021-12-03 0:28:192 mins ago0xa8ac0cabb75a3842fb8cbbe18359f71711cf95b7 IN  Wrapped AVAX0 AVAX0.00116087525
0x1e0c166fe194a629fe9db4dd989ffde4c55e3fb1743f436eed5faf1f34e08a96Withdraw77308512021-12-03 0:28:042 mins ago0x5fd2207b0f091e19154f54901fa67419c3764a9a IN  Wrapped AVAX0 AVAX0.00088267525
0xf3d5942912a1862f7a8674624ebf055fb0ff37cf6f70ea8f328f39a1beadd095Withdraw77308512021-12-03 0:28:042 mins ago0xef59225070f2a832c15be21d9996cdbbd6622aaf IN  Wrapped AVAX0 AVAX0.00088147525
0xb9f8a574031b3347e293cd7dec20eba8cc49bddc5b1a4a404a35a1ef54ff2f33Withdraw77308272021-12-03 0:27:063 mins ago0xa2b4b1e81e7a0243c0738f94a741b59aa1594a8e IN  Wrapped AVAX0 AVAX0.00088237525
0x17034f6094f49e36aa41615e66cd787ecd2c4c46246bc62eb46853b567e0c97fWithdraw77307742021-12-03 0:25:215 mins ago0x545c1a138a73f8c86b4e6a1eb0a336408cf1bc11 IN  Wrapped AVAX0 AVAX0.00088177525
0x4fe4f0dd7d7f0ae4d73fb4cbaa9e38751e57a7a60546bed16a9ac56553630cacWithdraw77307662021-12-03 0:25:055 mins ago0xb72ed8401892466ea8af528c1af1d0524bc5e105 IN  Wrapped AVAX0 AVAX0.00088237525
0xdc77754cd17a69824242cef30828af0985b519ba8b0890689d2dbf0c78274a6dWithdraw77307542021-12-03 0:24:386 mins ago0x003325d3054cd7668fb16f19ea11bae6d02a474c IN  Wrapped AVAX0 AVAX0.00088267525
0x6cb0c521579290062be407ca0bd566d79e3d16e72524c3d71cde96c16f4733e6Deposit77307512021-12-03 0:24:346 mins ago0x14496fc9e7350dae02023002b140ad8602e8ca85 IN  Wrapped AVAX1.3 AVAX0.0011235525
0xda9b3e5988846f4dcc4afc1c88c5ad49c522b268cb566d0ab3438eaba42ed6c2Deposit77307502021-12-03 0:24:316 mins ago0xdde4f3329ca4b016f879b09eb20b22fd06963936 IN  Wrapped AVAX0.003 AVAX0.0006960525
0x4f900c1cb3420e978a73fe34ceea621408c742150fc8e505fa8afc2c015b8b58Withdraw77307292021-12-03 0:23:507 mins ago0x7abfce9bf06c6caefdeb03b825c6f28cff55ae90 IN  Wrapped AVAX0 AVAX0.00088237525
0xd5233cf061633c39a101a6c37998e09d50c73a2d2b318c64b56193bfaf8caa0aApprove77307282021-12-03 0:23:487 mins ago0xdc82766e04c835875bf688131fc8175b9b42d3d4 IN  Wrapped AVAX0 AVAX0.00116087525
0xf91674dc190f7eb394fc03e5eda42390b3339c455dea9c1e84c68a17bd832922Deposit77307172021-12-03 0:23:237 mins ago0xdc82766e04c835875bf688131fc8175b9b42d3d4 IN  Wrapped AVAX4.3 AVAX0.0011235525
0x802f36dc1f9bcf62020495d32f00db277fa157bdcf77e8e112baf8ec46a3a238Approve77307162021-12-03 0:23:207 mins ago0x545c1a138a73f8c86b4e6a1eb0a336408cf1bc11 IN  Wrapped AVAX0 AVAX0.00116087525
0xf078b1952da7557545edf6a33db76de6add5e8fea122eab9208325fdf4adf13eWithdraw77307112021-12-03 0:23:117 mins ago0xa5c1e5df6bb1c3d3e757ed927ba17423022a21d5 IN  Wrapped AVAX0 AVAX0.00088147525
0x190b17e068a2cbc2e2e4d0273e9c9ca75da5f462ff70db5a33e0b9c6684e386eApprove77307082021-12-03 0:23:057 mins ago0x1942a4ade7ae6378fa5f22d4b1a982a7f3d3a0c5 IN  Wrapped AVAX0 AVAX0.00116087525
0x4b97a6f6387421ecaa8d5e1e1571246ca2aefb32f43479754ca0087246e8c30dApprove77306982021-12-03 0:22:458 mins ago0x5fd2207b0f091e19154f54901fa67419c3764a9a IN  Wrapped AVAX0 AVAX0.00116057525
0xd267da65374bfa49e32d185e4a4a1c180a2c5c2a5d0e97fe3bf8e2d188a16099Deposit77306932021-12-03 0:22:358 mins ago0x545c1a138a73f8c86b4e6a1eb0a336408cf1bc11 IN  Wrapped AVAX9 AVAX0.0011235525
0x891920261c08df942ac2f68fecdf77b619bb82b03580cac54ebb82181c7a1e13Withdraw77306902021-12-03 0:22:298 mins ago0x311597dca4a81dee1a629ccb8768171a52831ad6 IN  Wrapped AVAX0 AVAX0.00088267525
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0xf0847114fd6ce415744e77fe69dc0098f3c56912abf517d490b0a81cb6f2f24777309232021-12-03 0:30:2826 secs ago Wrapped AVAX Trader Joe: Router0.285675397346932937 AVAX
0x887c24d793ce0624b3a8e32f3f034b4e7664cca2faec120473137a6e99daf15277309232021-12-03 0:30:2826 secs ago Wonderland: Time Bond Depository Wrapped AVAX1 AVAX
0xf3d5012c7fdb9cd07e1532f90fdd78731ef6c17fea7ba4ba0018128352a3171077309232021-12-03 0:30:2826 secs ago Wrapped AVAX Trader Joe: Router13.41208 AVAX
0xab29ad83047811e7316551d1b61f14a3496ea6955f239a5398dc89b2cbb0a1dc77309212021-12-03 0:30:2430 secs ago Trader Joe: Router Wrapped AVAX0.17 AVAX
0xd167a10e0299d718401ff7fa75e5e4fd6da2f07f98784e0144a0358509e895b177309212021-12-03 0:30:2430 secs ago Trader Joe: Router Wrapped AVAX1.899084215904797918 AVAX
0xedd27e96929118f1e57acd4db4029e0c97e7ddbd7e3a01e1f988db8c2d56267477309212021-12-03 0:30:2430 secs ago Wrapped AVAX Trader Joe: Router0.044 AVAX
0xebd368f8311441c3614fee46bce70745be6ff4f41b7429159f8091d6599baf5377309202021-12-03 0:30:2232 secs ago Trader Joe: Router Wrapped AVAX1 AVAX
0xe4da5963db734dd95e331c14e15d01de8fd5d81c1939215c32aa1df7f78c4bbd77309202021-12-03 0:30:2232 secs ago Trader Joe: Router Wrapped AVAX0.009263947169444113 AVAX
0xaee2a65560d06e48643768fd130ea80a23f41ca9499b0340bc458a2d9b8cb2e777309202021-12-03 0:30:2232 secs ago Trader Joe: Router Wrapped AVAX0.27934375 AVAX
0x4ab6acb1df6e06f61753fe52bcd1eb06810e348857b3ef0cef547afd731d68a477309202021-12-03 0:30:2232 secs ago Trader Joe: Router Wrapped AVAX0.209100506146682831 AVAX
0x97046a7eedb47e9bf2afe35afc8dc363f0b3cdafcd73ab60db47c93bcde8729977309202021-12-03 0:30:2232 secs ago Wrapped AVAX Trader Joe: Router1.179828280717332787 AVAX
0x97046a7eedb47e9bf2afe35afc8dc363f0b3cdafcd73ab60db47c93bcde8729977309202021-12-03 0:30:2232 secs ago Trader Joe: Router Wrapped AVAX0.244264698371994358 AVAX
0x97046a7eedb47e9bf2afe35afc8dc363f0b3cdafcd73ab60db47c93bcde8729977309202021-12-03 0:30:2232 secs ago Wrapped AVAX Trader Joe: Router0.512955866581188153 AVAX
0xcec616cf5e7c64cc9a90583fc1b2abcc4588cccccad5c2a5b28cd4bb8e3ad17c77309202021-12-03 0:30:2232 secs ago Wrapped AVAX Trader Joe: Router1.467928280148940805 AVAX
0xe11c9ed6e91cfae9e337be1ce5e21d81030550d5ff892cb5586df648de3cc2dc77309192021-12-03 0:30:2034 secs ago Wrapped AVAX Pangolin: Router5.041686972655490833 AVAX
0x63293f3baeec081efbb716e805c2ff1758805a4a15482ae83badb2cb72bcce2177309192021-12-03 0:30:2034 secs ago Trader Joe: Router Wrapped AVAX1,740 AVAX
0xf118a610c00741ed73a8eaa15133a4facaf49bd82c9f3a0fa7f08a530b63877a77309192021-12-03 0:30:2034 secs ago Wrapped AVAX Trader Joe: Router3.454316496819369855 AVAX
0x2729edb00a17c7181ae3428cf1f2cba7b8d7a8f97d01d7f7dcaa4690cdbba23277309172021-12-03 0:30:1539 secs ago Trader Joe: Router Wrapped AVAX5 AVAX
0x942c8e1c25534d1e42cb3f2ecfc260187e2509d5a06c609296d70159313e911377309172021-12-03 0:30:1539 secs ago Wrapped AVAX Trader Joe: Router9.248585709456867704 AVAX
0x14134e013c0d52edf56e1f6692de3fe30688ceb0b193c602862f9c5b7c6c46a877309172021-12-03 0:30:1539 secs ago Wrapped AVAX 0x9b17baadf0f21f03e35249e0e59723f34994f8062.03255 AVAX
0x0b8580fc6afe305585d54540c52d9fdec2fbe46f213ae7de4dbd2f626707a10d77309172021-12-03 0:30:1539 secs ago Trader Joe: Router Wrapped AVAX10 AVAX
0x39a87eac96e48a3bd1be49325f37ec4a02b1aa7a706f6f9d4f4f72b595d6335e77309162021-12-03 0:30:1440 secs ago Trader Joe: Router Wrapped AVAX17.626793803072713526 AVAX
0x9c4645c7b500a178f4df2e9d4a0dfd4dcf5c960e31dcf2139f1a271147173b1077309152021-12-03 0:30:1242 secs ago Wrapped AVAX Trader Joe: Router8.761618595215576105 AVAX
0xee634abd2396a8514fdb386b58e534db76e015f494de27927f3edf7e2f9eb7a777309152021-12-03 0:30:1242 secs ago Trader Joe: Router Wrapped AVAX6.985544666005291106 AVAX
0x78850f43aa8521d69d0e138e30b024aefa3042f55a0b8ed87a4ae4336ac7ec1177309142021-12-03 0:30:0846 secs ago 0x957ca4a4aa7cdc866cf430bb140753f04e273bc0 Wrapped AVAX1.5 AVAX
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default evmVersion, GNU GPLv3 license
 *Submitted for verification at on 2021-10-26

// Copyright (C) 2015, 2016, 2017 Dapphub

// This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
// it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
// the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or
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// This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
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// Contract name, token name, and token symbol modified by Ava Labs 2020

pragma solidity >=0.4.22 <0.6;

contract WAVAX {
    string public name     = "Wrapped AVAX";
    string public symbol   = "WAVAX";
    uint8  public decimals = 18;

    event  Approval(address indexed src, address indexed guy, uint wad);
    event  Transfer(address indexed src, address indexed dst, uint wad);
    event  Deposit(address indexed dst, uint wad);
    event  Withdrawal(address indexed src, uint wad);

    mapping (address => uint)                       public  balanceOf;
    mapping (address => mapping (address => uint))  public  allowance;

    function() external payable {
    function deposit() public payable {
        balanceOf[msg.sender] += msg.value;
        emit Deposit(msg.sender, msg.value);
    function withdraw(uint wad) public {
        require(balanceOf[msg.sender] >= wad);
        balanceOf[msg.sender] -= wad;
        emit Withdrawal(msg.sender, wad);

    function totalSupply() public view returns (uint) {
        return address(this).balance;

    function approve(address guy, uint wad) public returns (bool) {
        allowance[msg.sender][guy] = wad;
        emit Approval(msg.sender, guy, wad);
        return true;

    function transfer(address dst, uint wad) public returns (bool) {
        return transferFrom(msg.sender, dst, wad);

    function transferFrom(address src, address dst, uint wad)
        returns (bool)
        require(balanceOf[src] >= wad);

        if (src != msg.sender && allowance[src][msg.sender] != uint(-1)) {
            require(allowance[src][msg.sender] >= wad);
            allowance[src][msg.sender] -= wad;

        balanceOf[src] -= wad;
        balanceOf[dst] += wad;

        emit Transfer(src, dst, wad);

        return true;

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