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Open a Multi-Collateral Vault with MakerDAO

2 min read

If you’d like to open a Vault using our MakerDAO Dapp, you will need a wallet you can access with our interface. If you do not have a wallet, click here to set one up.

Opening Your Vault

Step 1. Unlock your wallet on our site by selecting ‘Access My Wallet’, then choosing the method of access you prefer.

Image of MEW main page

Step 2. Head to our Dapps section to the left of your Wallet Overview page, then select ‘MakerDAO’.

Image of MakerDAO in Dapps page

Step 3. Select ‘Create a Vault’ to get started.

  • If you’ve set up a Collateralized Debt Position (CDP) in the past, you will need to follow the processes outlined under “Upgrade ‘old’ DAI to ‘new’ DAI” and “Migrate Single Collateral CDP to Multi Collateral Vault”.
Image of MakerDAO main page

Step 4. Set the amount of ETH you would like to offer as collateral. Remember to leave some wiggle room to account for the shifting markets. 200% and above is usually a safe bet.

  • Before you generate your vault, you’ll need to select ‘Create Proxy’.
  • Make sure to confirm the transactions on your device, if you’re using one.
Image of offering collateral to generate a vault Image of confirming the MakerDAO transaction

Step 5. The MakerDAO page will shift to show new details about your holdings.

Image of MakerDAO vault overview page

Earning Interest With DAI

Step 1. Head to the MakerDAO Dapp page and select ‘DAI Savings’.

Image of MakerDAO main page

Step 2. Choose ‘Set’ to set allowance for Maker to interact with your DAI.

  • You will need to ‘Deploy Proxy’ if it’s your first time. Select ‘Setup’ in the top area of this section.
Image of 'Set Allowance'

Step 3. Choose how much DAI you’d like to deposit. Interest rates are accrued annually.

Image of depositing DAI

Step 4. To withdraw, you can follow the same procedure, but select ‘Withdraw’.

Image of withdrawing DAI

Closing Your Vault

Step 1. When you’re ready, head back to the Dapps section and select ‘MakerDAO’.

Image of MakerDAO main page

Step 2. Click ‘Manage Your Vault’ to see your holdings.

Image of MakerDAO vault main page

Step 3. You will need to pay your DAI back in order to withdraw your ETH. Under ‘DAI Position’, select ‘Pay back >’.

  • You will have to ‘Approve’ the DAI amount in order to pay it back, which will count as a separate transaction.
  • Please wait for both transactions to post as ‘Success’ before continuing.
Image of DAI repayment Image of updated vault details

Step 4. Once approved and paid back, you can withdraw your ETH. Under ‘ETH Collateral’, select ‘Withdraw >’.

Image of withdrawing collateral Image of empty vault

Step 5. Your vault doesn’t actually close, but remains empty and ready should you ever need to use it again.

Here’s a video showing the process:

Open a Multi-Collateral Vault with MakerDAO

2 min read

If you’d like to open a Vault using our MakerDAO Dapp, you will need a wallet you can access with our interface. If you do not have a wallet, click here to set one up.

Opening Your Vault

Step 1. Unlock your wallet on our site by selecting ‘Access My Wallet’, then choosing the method of access you prefer.

Image of MEW main page

Step 2. Head to our Dapps section to the left of your Wallet Overview page, then select ‘MakerDAO’.

Image of MakerDAO in Dapps page

Step 3. Select ‘Create a Vault’ to get started.

  • If you’ve set up a Collateralized Debt Position (CDP) in the past, you will need to follow the processes outlined under “Upgrade ‘old’ DAI to ‘new’ DAI” and “Migrate Single Collateral CDP to Multi Collateral Vault”.
Image of MakerDAO main page

Step 4. Set the amount of ETH you would like to offer as collateral. Remember to leave some wiggle room to account for the shifting markets. 200% and above is usually a safe bet.

  • Before you generate your vault, you’ll need to select ‘Create Proxy’.
  • Make sure to confirm the transactions on your device, if you’re using one.
Image of offering collateral to generate a vault Image of confirming the MakerDAO transaction

Step 5. The MakerDAO page will shift to show new details about your holdings.

Image of MakerDAO vault overview page

Earning Interest With DAI

Step 1. Head to the MakerDAO Dapp page and select ‘DAI Savings’.

Image of MakerDAO main page

Step 2. Choose ‘Set’ to set allowance for Maker to interact with your DAI.

  • You will need to ‘Deploy Proxy’ if it’s your first time. Select ‘Setup’ in the top area of this section.
Image of 'Set Allowance'

Step 3. Choose how much DAI you’d like to deposit. Interest rates are accrued annually.

Image of depositing DAI

Step 4. To withdraw, you can follow the same procedure, but select ‘Withdraw’.

Image of withdrawing DAI

Closing Your Vault

Step 1. When you’re ready, head back to the Dapps section and select ‘MakerDAO’.

Image of MakerDAO main page

Step 2. Click ‘Manage Your Vault’ to see your holdings.

Image of MakerDAO vault main page

Step 3. You will need to pay your DAI back in order to withdraw your ETH. Under ‘DAI Position’, select ‘Pay back >’.

  • You will have to ‘Approve’ the DAI amount in order to pay it back, which will count as a separate transaction.
  • Please wait for both transactions to post as ‘Success’ before continuing.
Image of DAI repayment Image of updated vault details

Step 4. Once approved and paid back, you can withdraw your ETH. Under ‘ETH Collateral’, select ‘Withdraw >’.

Image of withdrawing collateral Image of empty vault

Step 5. Your vault doesn’t actually close, but remains empty and ready should you ever need to use it again.

Here’s a video showing the process:

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Dapps

Open a Multi-Collateral Vault with MakerDAO

2 min read

If you’d like to open a Vault using our MakerDAO Dapp, you will need a wallet you can access with our interface. If you do not have a wallet, click here to set one up.

Opening Your Vault

Step 1. Unlock your wallet on our site by selecting ‘Access My Wallet’, then choosing the method of access you prefer.

Image of MEW main page

Step 2. Head to our Dapps section to the left of your Wallet Overview page, then select ‘MakerDAO’.

Image of MakerDAO in Dapps page

Step 3. Select ‘Create a Vault’ to get started.

  • If you’ve set up a Collateralized Debt Position (CDP) in the past, you will need to follow the processes outlined under “Upgrade ‘old’ DAI to ‘new’ DAI” and “Migrate Single Collateral CDP to Multi Collateral Vault”.
Image of MakerDAO main page

Step 4. Set the amount of ETH you would like to offer as collateral. Remember to leave some wiggle room to account for the shifting markets. 200% and above is usually a safe bet.

  • Before you generate your vault, you’ll need to select ‘Create Proxy’.
  • Make sure to confirm the transactions on your device, if you’re using one.
Image of offering collateral to generate a vault Image of confirming the MakerDAO transaction

Step 5. The MakerDAO page will shift to show new details about your holdings.

Image of MakerDAO vault overview page

Earning Interest With DAI

Step 1. Head to the MakerDAO Dapp page and select ‘DAI Savings’.

Image of MakerDAO main page

Step 2. Choose ‘Set’ to set allowance for Maker to interact with your DAI.

  • You will need to ‘Deploy Proxy’ if it’s your first time. Select ‘Setup’ in the top area of this section.
Image of 'Set Allowance'

Step 3. Choose how much DAI you’d like to deposit. Interest rates are accrued annually.

Image of depositing DAI

Step 4. To withdraw, you can follow the same procedure, but select ‘Withdraw’.

Image of withdrawing DAI

Closing Your Vault

Step 1. When you’re ready, head back to the Dapps section and select ‘MakerDAO’.

Image of MakerDAO main page

Step 2. Click ‘Manage Your Vault’ to see your holdings.

Image of MakerDAO vault main page

Step 3. You will need to pay your DAI back in order to withdraw your ETH. Under ‘DAI Position’, select ‘Pay back >’.

  • You will have to ‘Approve’ the DAI amount in order to pay it back, which will count as a separate transaction.
  • Please wait for both transactions to post as ‘Success’ before continuing.
Image of DAI repayment Image of updated vault details

Step 4. Once approved and paid back, you can withdraw your ETH. Under ‘ETH Collateral’, select ‘Withdraw >’.

Image of withdrawing collateral Image of empty vault

Step 5. Your vault doesn’t actually close, but remains empty and ready should you ever need to use it again.

Here’s a video showing the process:

Open a Multi-Collateral Vault with MakerDAO

2 min read

If you’d like to open a Vault using our MakerDAO Dapp, you will need a wallet you can access with our interface. If you do not have a wallet, click here to set one up.

Opening Your Vault

Step 1. Unlock your wallet on our site by selecting ‘Access My Wallet’, then choosing the method of access you prefer.

Image of MEW main page

Step 2. Head to our Dapps section to the left of your Wallet Overview page, then select ‘MakerDAO’.

Image of MakerDAO in Dapps page

Step 3. Select ‘Create a Vault’ to get started.

  • If you’ve set up a Collateralized Debt Position (CDP) in the past, you will need to follow the processes outlined under “Upgrade ‘old’ DAI to ‘new’ DAI” and “Migrate Single Collateral CDP to Multi Collateral Vault”.
Image of MakerDAO main page

Step 4. Set the amount of ETH you would like to offer as collateral. Remember to leave some wiggle room to account for the shifting markets. 200% and above is usually a safe bet.

  • Before you generate your vault, you’ll need to select ‘Create Proxy’.
  • Make sure to confirm the transactions on your device, if you’re using one.
Image of offering collateral to generate a vault Image of confirming the MakerDAO transaction

Step 5. The MakerDAO page will shift to show new details about your holdings.

Image of MakerDAO vault overview page

Earning Interest With DAI

Step 1. Head to the MakerDAO Dapp page and select ‘DAI Savings’.

Image of MakerDAO main page

Step 2. Choose ‘Set’ to set allowance for Maker to interact with your DAI.

  • You will need to ‘Deploy Proxy’ if it’s your first time. Select ‘Setup’ in the top area of this section.
Image of 'Set Allowance'

Step 3. Choose how much DAI you’d like to deposit. Interest rates are accrued annually.

Image of depositing DAI

Step 4. To withdraw, you can follow the same procedure, but select ‘Withdraw’.

Image of withdrawing DAI

Closing Your Vault

Step 1. When you’re ready, head back to the Dapps section and select ‘MakerDAO’.

Image of MakerDAO main page

Step 2. Click ‘Manage Your Vault’ to see your holdings.

Image of MakerDAO vault main page

Step 3. You will need to pay your DAI back in order to withdraw your ETH. Under ‘DAI Position’, select ‘Pay back >’.

  • You will have to ‘Approve’ the DAI amount in order to pay it back, which will count as a separate transaction.
  • Please wait for both transactions to post as ‘Success’ before continuing.
Image of DAI repayment Image of updated vault details

Step 4. Once approved and paid back, you can withdraw your ETH. Under ‘ETH Collateral’, select ‘Withdraw >’.

Image of withdrawing collateral Image of empty vault

Step 5. Your vault doesn’t actually close, but remains empty and ready should you ever need to use it again.

Here’s a video showing the process:

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