Staking SAND on UniSwap

Information on staking your $SAND tokens on UniSwap.

Traders who provide liquidity to the $SAND/ETH pair on UniSwap will be eligible to share a monthly allocation $SAND. Rewards are distributed pro-rata relative to a traders’ percentage of total liquidity over the course of a one month period.

Where can I stake my $SAND into the liquidity mining pool?

You can stake $SAND into UniSwap's $SAND liquidity mining pool via the official staking page. Click here to go to the official staking page.

Will I be rewarded for staking my $SAND into this liquidity pool?

Yes. You will earn a share of the $SAND from the pool. Your total earnings depend on how much you have staked. Staking a low amount of $SAND will mean you will only get back a low return.

Your rewards will also be multiplied depending on how many LANDs you have in the same wallet that you are staking from.

As of phase 4 of the staking program (starting April 26th 2021), you can now also earn unique NFTs.

How do you earn NFTs from staking?

To earn monthly NFTs for staking, you will simply need to have staked $SAND/ETH during that month. If you remove your stake at any time in the month then you will become ineligible for the NFT reward.

The NFT will be claimable in the next month, from the NFT claiming page. For example, if you staked in January, your NFT reward will become available to claim in February.

Are there any LAND multipliers? What are they?

Yes. The more LAND you own, the greater your yield will be.

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How do I stake into this liquidity pool?

How do I stake into the pool?

Please see this article here, which contains a written guide:

Alternatively, this video, made by one of The Sandbox's Ambassadors, is also very helpful:

How do I unstake from the pool?

  1. Click the "Claim & Unstake" button on the bottom of the staking page.

  2. Choose to "Approve UNI-V2" when asked.

Alternatively, this video made by one of our Ambassadors should help:

Links to useful information and guides

Need more help with staking? See this page: