How to Withdraw from Gray Fund

The Gray Digital Team encourages all Participating Members to review the official White Paper and all legal documentation prior to interacting with any Gray Digital Products and Services.

1. Connect your wallet

  • Connect your wallet to the dApp on the website

  • Withdrawals require the connection of a verified wallet address. Once your wallet is connected, you will scroll down to "Withdraw" on the dApp

2. Click Withdrawal

  • Withdrawal requests will be requested and processed within the decentralized application (dApp)

  • The designated withdrawal period is from 12:00am EST on the 24th of each month to 12:00am EST of the 26th of each month (48 Hours)

  • A 15% withdrawal fee is applied to all processed withdrawals.

  • More information related to withdrawals can be found in the Withdrawals section of the whitepaper

3. Processing Withdrawal

  • Withdrawals are processed and settled on the last day of each calendar month

  • There are no limits to withdrawals, but larger withdrawals (over $50,000.00) could experience slightly longer settlement times due to investment and market dynamics

  • Upon a withdrawal, the reward balance is converted into a single, common cryptocurrency stablecoin and distributed to Participating Members. Currently, rewards are available to be claimed in USDT and USDC on nine (9) networks: Ethereum (ETH), Binance Chain (BNB), Polygon(MATIC), Avalanche (AVAX), Optimism (OP), Arbitrum (ARB), Base, Solana (SOL) and Tron (TRX).

4. Confirm your Withdrawal

  • A ledger showing transaction history is located at the bottom of the Gray Fund dApp

  • Here, you can view and download your transaction history and track your claimed rewards and deposited funds

  • You can confirm a recent deposit or withdrawal transaction approval

  • You can also cancel a pending withdrawal in this section by clicking the red X under “Status”

Note: If you encounter a problem at any time during this process, open a support-ticket in the discord. Please provide detailed information about your issue and be prepared to share screen shots if necessary.

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