Claiming your YUP on Polygon is a piece of cake.
1. Go to [app.yup.io/migration] and sign into your Yup account
2. Enter the Polygon address where you want to receive your tokens. (IMPORTANT:The address you use to claim your YUP will become your new YUP account. All future actions and rewards will be attributed to this address, so choose wisely)
3. Follow the prompts on the migration page to claim your YUP rewards. And just like that, you're a Polyupster! (A Yupagon? Still working on it…) The YUP will appear in your account within 6-8 hrs.Note: The majority of Ethereum wallets also serve as Polygon wallets, e.g. metamask, coinbase wallet, rainbow, Argent, etc. If you’re using Gnosis safe or a wallet not mentioned above, double-check that it is cross-compatible before claiming.
LPs, migrating is breezy for you too - there’s just a couple more steps you have to take to start farming, but nothing to fuss about.
Now that Yup is on Polygon you will need some $MATIC to withdraw, deposit, or provide liquidity from your Yup account. (Basically, unless you plan to hodl to ∞, you need MATIC.) $MATIC is the native token of the Polygon network: It is the currency you use to interact with Polygon. Just as you pay an $ETH gas fee to transact on Ethereum you must pay a $MATIC gas fee to transact on Polygon.
Some of you may already hold $MATIC, but if you’re new to the low-fee wonderland of Polygon, here are our recommended ways to get some $MATIC:
Binance, FTX, OKX or other centralized exchanges with native MATIC (Does not require Polygon bridge)
Many centralized exchange other than Coinbase allow you to purchase native MATIC tokens directly without the Polygon Bridge (sweeet). If you’re signed up on one of these exchanges simply…
Coinbase (requires Polygon bridge)
This option requires using the Polygon Bridge (a transfer between Polygon and Ethereum), so will cost you an extra Ethereum transaction fee. However, this is still probably the best option if Coinbase is your main crypto gateway.
5. Under token, search “MATIC”
6. Hit “transfer’, confirm your transactions and boom! You’ve got MATIC on Polygon :)