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Currently, the MerkleMine smart contract allows the caller to generate a single proof for a single recipient in the `generate()` transaction. This issue is about creating a new convenience smart contract called the `MultiMerkleMine` which allows a caller to submit many proofs for many accounts in a single transaction. This allows a MerkleMiner to more efficiently generate token on unclaimed accounts while saving on gas.
The MultiMerkleMine contract is purely a convenience wrapper around an existing MerkleMine contract deployed on the blockchain.
* It contains no state of its own, and purely provides convenience methods for invoking the `generate()` function on an existing MerkleMine contract.
* It receives as input an existing MerkleMine contract, an array of recipient addresses, and an array of MerkleProofs.
* It generates token by calling the `generate()` function on the MerkleMine contract once for each unclaimed input recipient address/proof pair.
* It transfers generated token to the caller.
## MultiMerkleMine Spec
`function MultiMerkleMine() public`
takes no arguments, as the contract stores no state
### Public functions
function multiGenerate(address _merkleMineContract, address _recipients, bytes _merkleProofs) external
* 1. Perform validations:
* - length of _recipients == length of _merkleProofs
* 2. The input _merkleMineContract address is the MerkleMine contract that this function will be interacting with. Record the MerkleMine token balance for this contract at the start of this function. During this function's execution, this contract's token balance will increase as it generates token, so we'll want to observe how much we generated later, so it can be transferred to the caller.
* 3. For each input _recipient and _merkleProof pair (by given index i):
* . - check if MerkleMine contract generated[_recipients[i] == false. If so, call MerkleMine.generate(_recipients[i], _merkleProofs[i])
* 4. At the completion of all the calls to generate, check the new balance of the MerkleMine token for this contract. This new balance minus the original balance is equal to the total newly generated token that the caller deserves. Transfer this balance to msg.sender.
Please write tests to cover the following cases:
* Transaction should throw if _recipients length is not equal to the _merkleProofs length.
* msg.sender's new token balance is correct after passing in a full set of valid recipients and proofs.
* msg.sender's new token balance is correct after passing in a set of recipients and proofs that contain some recipients where generated[recipient] returns true. (Essentially this function should be resilient to generate token for the valid recipients where possible without failing the entire transaction).
* If there is an existing token balance for this contract, the msg.sender can only receive what they generated, and not steal any existing token from the contract.
* transaction throws if called before the MerkleMine.callerAllocationStartBlock (should happen transparently via the MerkleMine contract).
## Additional implementation details
* Please use SafeMath library when performing arithmetic operations.
* Look at the existing tests for use of the `MerkleTree` library to easily generate the data for test accounts and accompanying root + proofs.
* Note that this txn will only work after the `MerkleMine.callerAllocationStartBlock`. It is debateable whether this validation should be included or not, since the MerkleMine contract will just throw anyway early on if this time period has not begun. But keep in mind during testing that the current block needs to exceed the callerAllocationStartBlock for the submited proofs to actually validate.
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