Right now, DEX orders have block heights that define when they expire. If an order goes unfilled, the previously escrowed value becomes available again. I’m interested in a similar feature for distributions.
This feature would allow asset owners to schedule future distributions by committing to a block height. But, unlike orders, once scheduled distributions could not be canceled.
I think this could be used in interesting ways:
Since new issuance of the asset getting the distribution, after the initial scheduling, but before actual distribution, could make scheduled distributions underfunded and therefore invalid, it probably make sense to restrict this to LOCKED assets.