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Integrating Into Your App

We specified our query in the previous section, so we are now ready to write and test our smart contract that will use the results of that query to decide whether a user is eligible for an airdrop. To do this, we will write an Axiom smart contract client.


In our AutonomousAirdrop contract, we inherit AxiomV2Client and proceed to override the _validateAxiomV2Call and _axiomV2Callback functions in order for us to do our validation on the callback.

pragma solidity 0.8.19;

import { IERC20 } from "@openzeppelin-contracts/token/ERC20/IERC20.sol";
import { Ownable } from "@openzeppelin-contracts/access/Ownable.sol";

import { AxiomV2Client } from "@axiom-crypto/v2-periphery/client/AxiomV2Client.sol";

contract AutonomousAirdrop is AxiomV2Client, Ownable {
event ClaimAirdrop(address indexed user, uint256 indexed queryId, uint256 numTokens, bytes32[] axiomResults);
event ClaimAirdropError(address indexed user, string error);
event AxiomCallbackQuerySchemaUpdated(bytes32 axiomCallbackQuerySchema);
event AirdropTokenAddressUpdated(address token);

bytes32 public constant SWAP_EVENT_SCHEMA = 0xc42079f94a6350d7e6235f29174924f928cc2ac818eb64fed8004e115fbcca67;
address public constant UNIV3_POOL_UNI_WETH = 0x224Cc4e5b50036108C1d862442365054600c260C;
uint32 public constant MIN_BLOCK_NUMBER = 4000000;

uint64 public callbackSourceChainId;
bytes32 public axiomCallbackQuerySchema;
mapping(address => bool) public querySubmitted;
mapping(address => bool) public hasClaimed;

IERC20 public token;

constructor(address _axiomV2QueryAddress, uint64 _callbackSourceChainId, bytes32 _axiomCallbackQuerySchema)
callbackSourceChainId = _callbackSourceChainId;
axiomCallbackQuerySchema = _axiomCallbackQuerySchema;

function updateCallbackQuerySchema(bytes32 _axiomCallbackQuerySchema) public onlyOwner {
axiomCallbackQuerySchema = _axiomCallbackQuerySchema;
emit AxiomCallbackQuerySchemaUpdated(_axiomCallbackQuerySchema);

function updateAirdropToken(address _token) public onlyOwner {
token = IERC20(_token);
emit AirdropTokenAddressUpdated(_token);

function _axiomV2Callback(
uint64, /* sourceChainId */
address callerAddr,
bytes32, /* querySchema */
uint256 queryId,
bytes32[] calldata axiomResults,
bytes calldata /* extraData */
) internal virtual override {
require(!hasClaimed[callerAddr], "Autonomous Airdrop: User has already claimed this airdrop");

// Parse results
address userEventAddress = address(uint160(uint256(axiomResults[0])));
uint32 blockNumber = uint32(uint256(axiomResults[1]));
address uniV3PoolUniWethAddr = address(uint160(uint256(axiomResults[2])));

// Validate the results
require(userEventAddress == callerAddr, "Autonomous Airdrop: Invalid user address for event");
blockNumber >= MIN_BLOCK_NUMBER,
"Autonomous Airdrop: Block number for transaction receipt must be 4000000 or greater"
uniV3PoolUniWethAddr == UNIV3_POOL_UNI_WETH,
"Autonomous Airdrop: Address that emitted `Swap` event is not the UniV3 UNI-WETH pool address"

// Transfer tokens to user
hasClaimed[callerAddr] = true;
uint256 numTokens = 100 * 10 ** 18;
token.transfer(callerAddr, numTokens);

emit ClaimAirdrop(callerAddr, queryId, numTokens, axiomResults);

function _validateAxiomV2Call(
AxiomCallbackType, /* callbackType */
uint64 sourceChainId,
address, /* caller */
bytes32 querySchema,
uint256, /* queryId */
bytes calldata /* extraData */
) internal virtual override {
require(sourceChainId == callbackSourceChainId, "AutonomousAirdrop: sourceChainId mismatch");
require(querySchema == axiomCallbackQuerySchema, "AutonomousAirdrop: querySchema mismatch");


In our present contract AutonomousAirdrop, we override _validateAxiomV2Call so that the sourceChainId, which identifies the chain that the data in our query comes from, is equal to an immutable SOURCE_CHAIN_ID. Moreover, since AxiomV2Query processes queries from many different clients, we ensure that the AutonomousAirdrop only accepts queries we wrote by enforcing that the querySchema equals a QUERY_SCHEMA we set upon construction. This QUERY_SCHEMA is given to us when we compiled our circuit.


This is where we actually do something with the axiomResults from the fulfilled query. The results are given in a generic format as bytes32[], so we must parse them to regain context. This requires sync-ing between the circuit code in app/axiom/swapEvent.circuit.ts and our smart contract code. In our circuit code we specified that the results added to the callback were [swapTo, inputs.blockNumber, receiptAddr], so we now parse them accordingly in _axiomV2Callback.

Note that we took special care in parsing axiomResults[2] to address due to the way zero padding works in Solidity for uint160 vs bytes20.

After parsing the axiomResults, we validate them before transferring the airdrop tokens to the user. Lastly we emit the ClaimAirdrop event.