How to Add Liquidity

Set up a Multi-Chain Wallet on Coin98

At the moment, users could connect to Baryon Network via Coin98.

Download Coin98 Extension

Coin98 Extension is now supported on Google Chrome. If you are a new user, you could install Extension directly on your computer:

Create a Multi-Chain Wallet

Since Baryon Network is a Multi-Chain-based project, you have to own a Multi-Chain Wallet to use the platform.

After you have downloaded Coin98, you can follow the instructions below to create a Multi-Chain wallet or import an existing wallet on other wallet applications into Coin98.

Appropriate gas fee for each network

Baryon uses gas fees in the form of tokens specific to each network, so you have to have the tokens corresponding to the network in order to make transactions on Baryon.

Everything is ready, let's go to Add liquidity!

Add Liquidity on Baryon Network

Step 1: After accessing Baryon Network and logging in the Coin98 Wallet, click the Connect Wallet icon to connect to Coin98 Wallet. Baryon Network will automatically detect and connect to your Coin98 Wallet.

Step 2: Click Liquidity in the left corner → Add Liquidity.

Step 3: Select the token pair you would like to Add liquidity. In this tutorial, the C98 - USDT pair will be used for example.

Step 4: Before you could add liquidity, you need to approve C98 and USDT. Please choose Approve C98 and Approve USDT, then click Confirm to complete one by one.

The system will ask users to pay a network fee to approve the tokens. Users need to prepare enough fees for this step.

Step 5: When you have already finished approving the token pair, click Supply.

Step 5: Carefully check the information, then click Confirm Create.

Wait a few minutes for the system to process. After processing successfully, the system will display a notification.

You can view all information about the transaction by clicking “View Transaction”

Step 6: The transaction is completed and you could see Your Liquidity.

Step 7: In order to check all of your added liquidity, click Pools as the image below:

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