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Withdraw Liquidity

Learn how to withdraw your liquidity to claim your accrued fees.

1) Go to the Gamma dApp

We'll continue in this guide from where we left off in our "Deposit Liquidity" guide. We'll be working with a small position in the WBTC-WETH pool. If you need help depositing or would like to over the steps, please start here:
Once you're up to speed. Head on over to the Gamma dApp and load up the liquidity dashboard.

2) Connect wallet

Your position will not appear unless you connect your wallet in which the LP tokens are held. Press the "Connect wallet" button to get started.
Once you have connected your wallet, your position should show up on the dashboard.
You're now ready to withdraw from the liquidity pool.

3) Dissolve your LP tokens

Click on the position in the dashboard to bring up the details, and select the "Withdraw" tab on the right. This will show you your LP token balance, and the ratio of tokens you hold. Note, that the ratio changed from your deposit of 92% and 8% to 83% and 17%. These number might influence your desicions to withdraw or not.
You may withdraw any value you feel is appropriate. In this example, we'll be withdrawing 100% of our funds. Click the "Max" button to withdraw the entire position, and then click withdraw.
Follow the prompts on your wallet. Withdrawing only has one large transaction. You do not need to perform any approvals or wrap any funds.
After the transaction is complete, your LP tokens should be completely exchanged for WBTC and WETH. Please keep in mind that your ETH will be withdrawn as Wrapped ETH. It's very common for liquidity providers to move into a new pool immediately, so unwrapping the ETH is only needed if you intend to trade it as ETH. If you want to unwrap your ETH quickly and cheaply use Uniswap, or any major exchange to do so.
You can switch over to the deposit tab to see your funds have returned.

5) Confirm UI information

Once we return to the dashboard, you can see that your LP tokens are now gone, and have been returned to your wallet.

6) Confirm on Etherscan

Let's double-check the transaction on etherscan. You can look directly at your wallet by doing to etherscan.io, but let's take a shortcut through metamask.
Click on the last transaction in Metamask, and bring up the details.
Click on "View on Block Explorer". You'll be taken to Etherscan.
You'll notice that there was more than one source of funds being returned to you. This is your position, the collected fees, and the uncompounded fees.
Congratulations, you made a withdrawal from a Gamma liquidity pool!
OK, now do another one!