Orca pool positions are represented by an NFT, but any other NFTs purporting to be from Orca are almost certainly part of a scam. Orca will not send you an NFT that promises you free tokens or access to an airdrop. Orca will not ask you to connect your wallet to another website.
This can happen for two reasons:
- 1.Your wallet does not have a token account for the token you are trying to harvest. Solution: if this is the case, trading to obtain a small balance of the token, should allow you to harvest.
- 2.The rewards for the pool are depleted. Solution: raise the issue with a Community Manager on Orca's #🤖│support-ticket Discord channel, they will ensure the party who adds the rewards for your pool are informed.
This is usually happens when one of the reward tokens for the pool are depleted. Solution: raise the issue with a Community Manager via Orca's #🤖│support-ticket Discord channel, they will ensure the party who adds the rewards for your pool are informed.
Orca has detected that you are connecting from a country or region blocked from trading on Orca.
Orca extracts its token list from CoinGecko - if the token is not listed on CoinGecko you can request to have it added to Orca (see this guide). If the token is listed on Orca, but you still can't trade it may be that no liquidity exists, you can check by searching for the token in the liquidity browser.
This error is often the result of an inadequate SOL balance. It is recommended to maintain a balance of at least 0.05 SOL in your wallet.
If adequate liquidity doesn't exist for a pair in the current tick, trading is not possible.
Prices aren't set by Orca, or an oracle, each pool is its own market and the price is determined by trading activity. Prices will usually converge on wider market value through the action of trading, traders (and bots) specialising in arbitrage trading seek out imbalances between different markets and trade for profit.