Before the conceptualization of Tenet, the demand side, which usually consists of token issuers, are required to design various smart contracts for different AMM platforms to ensure proportional distribution of token rewards for liquidity providers. Some token issuers even chose to allocate rewards manually to avoid the complexity and potential risk of initializing smart contracts. With the increasing popularity of liquidity mining, the demand side faces higher levels of complexity, such as unfair token rewards allocation for early participants, impermanent losses, bonus hunting, etc. Therefore, the combination of liquidity tap and liquidity pool can be a market standard in the future as it can fully guarantee the effectiveness and efficiency of AMMs. Meanwhile, when liquidity providers face multifarious pools on different AMM platforms, they cannot accurately detect the effective way to use their funds in a timely manner. Tenet’s technology could help resolve such pain points by serving as a connector.