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This repository contains the core smart contracts of the Sablier V2 Protocol. For higher-level logic, see the sablier-labs/v2-periphery repository.

In-depth documentation is available at docs.sablier.com.


Sablier V2 is a token distribution protocol used by DAOs and businesses for vesting, payroll, airdrops, and more. Our flagship model is the linear stream, which distributes assets on a continuous, by-the-second basis.

The way it works is that the sender of a payment stream first deposits a specific amount of ERC-20 tokens in a contract. Then, the contract progressively allocates the funds to the recipient, who can access them as they become available over time. The payment rate is influenced by various factors, including the start and end times, as well as the total amount of tokens deposited.



This is the recommended approach.

Install Sablier V2 Core using your favorite package manager, e.g., with Bun:

bun add @sablier/v2-core

Then, if you are using Foundry, you need to add these to your remappings.txt file:


Git Submodules

This installation method is not recommended, but it is available for those who prefer it.

First, install the submodule using Forge:

forge install --no-commit sablier-labs/v2-core

Second, install the project's dependencies:

forge install --no-commit OpenZeppelin/openzeppelin-contracts@v5.0.2 PaulRBerg/prb-math@v4.0.3

Finally, add these to your remappings.txt file:



This is just a glimpse of Sablier V2 Core. For more guides and examples, see the documentation.

import { ISablierV2LockupLinear } from "@sablier/v2-core/src/interfaces/ISablierV2LockupLinear.sol";

contract MyContract {
  ISablierV2LockupLinear sablier;

  function buildSomethingWithSablier() external {
    // ...


V2 Core uses a singleton-style architecture, where all streams are managed in the LockupLinear, LockupDynamic and LockupTranched contracts. That is, Sablier does not deploy a new contract for each stream. It bundles all streams into a single contract, which is more gas-efficient and easier to maintain.

For more information, see the Technical Overview in our docs, as well as these diagrams.

Branching Tree Technique

You may notice that some test files are accompanied by .tree files. This is called the Branching Tree Technique, and it is explained in depth here.


The list of all deployment addresses can be found here. For guidance on the deploy scripts, see the Deployments wiki.


The codebase has undergone rigorous audits by leading security experts from Cantina, as well as independent auditors. For a comprehensive list of all audits conducted, please click here.

For any security-related concerns, please refer to the SECURITY policy. This repository is subject to a bug bounty program per the terms outlined in the aforementioned policy.


Feel free to dive in! Open an issue, start a discussion or submit a PR. For any informal concerns or feedback, please join our Discord server.

For guidance on how to create PRs, see the CONTRIBUTING guide.


The primary license for Sablier V2 Core is the Business Source License 1.1 (BUSL-1.1), see LICENSE.md. However, there are exceptions:

  • All files in src/interfaces/ and src/types are licensed under GPL-3.0-or-later, see LICENSE-GPL.md.
  • Several files in src, script, and test are licensed under GPL-3.0-or-later, see LICENSE-GPL.md.
  • Many files in test/ remain unlicensed (as indicated in their SPDX headers).

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