The following is a guide on how to add liquidity using the Pillar wallet. First make sure you have enough ETH and PLR in your Smart Wallet. You will need an equivalent value of ETH and PLR in order to participate in the liquidity pool.

Please be aware on how (SushiSwap) liquidity pools work by reading this blog post:

First open your desktop browser and go to the following:

The link above takes you directly to the Pool section of the SushiSwap Exchange.

Click on "Connect to a wallet" on the top right corner to open the following screen.

Click on Wallet Connect to see a QR code:

Now open your Pillar wallet and tap on Connect and then Connect again to open the QR code scanner and then proceed to scan the QR code on your desktop browser.

You will see a screen on your phone asking approval to connect, proceed with approving:

You will now see that your Pillar Wallet is connected to the Sushiswap Exchange and you will be able to see the balances of PLR and ETH that you have in your wallet.

Now you can proceed with typing in the amount of PLR that you would like to supply to the pool, this will automatically adjust how much ETH you will need to supply as well and show you the percentage of the share of the pool that you will contribute to:

Now click on Approve PLR and go back to your Pillar Wallet to approve the following screen. This allows the SushiSwap exchange to handle the PLR asset (and takes a very small fee).

You will see the following on SushiSwap Exchange:

Once this approval is finalized and then click on supply to see the following screen:

Go back to your Pillar wallet to approve the transaction:

The transaction is now being executed, you can follow it at the top left corner of the SushiSwap exchange:

Once the transaction is, you will see at the bottom of the page your position:

In your Pillar wallet, this position is represented as a token under SushiSwap ETH-PLR LP.

Congrats! You're now officially a liquidity provider. Now stake your SushiSwap Liquidity Tokens in to our dashboard to earn rewards!

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