How to use $RLY
Now that you own $RLY, here’s some things you can do with your holdings.

From Your Ethereum Wallet

From Your Rally Sidechain Wallet

Best Practices

Here are some best practices to consider when using $RLY.
Add ETH to your Ethereum wallet where you hold $RLY
For some of the Ethereum wallet activities listed above, you will be required to pay a processing fee, called “gas,” to complete transactions. The cost of gas is fluid (no pun intended); that is, the cost to complete a transaction may depend on the size of the transaction, the speed of the transaction, and the current number of transactions on the entire Ethereum network, among other factors.
For example, to stake $RLY to a liquidity pool, you should acquire $20 USD in ETH to allot for multiple potential transactions.
How to Acquire ETH
You may be able to buy ETH through the Ethereum wallet where you hold/manage $RLY. Buying ETH from your wallet is typically found under an option named “Buy,” “Add Funds,” or “Trade.”
If you do not see such an option or if the option provided in your wallet does not work, you may need to use another wallet, exchange, or purchase option. For example, you may need to create an account on a platform like Coinbase, buy ETH, and then send that ETH to the wallet where you hold $RLY. (You cannot currently manage $RLY in a Coinbase.com wallet.)
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