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Through the UI
After connecting your Ethereum wallet to the dApp you'll first see the dashboard page with an overview of your Curve assets, deposits (if the pool uses veBoost) and your gauge vote weights.

Buying a Boost

Reminder not every Curve pool uses veBoost, so if you don't see your deposit and boost level it's because it can't be used with Warden. List of all current Gauges using veBoost​

Simple Buy

Starting with your deposit in the Dashboard tab, click "Calculate Boost" to start simulating the amount of veBoost you might want.

The Calculator

The calculator allows you to simulate the amount of veCRV you'd need for a given boost multiple.
Once you've determined the desired amount of veCRV hit "Buy Boost" to access the Simple Buy tab. From here you need to specify the highest price/veCRV you're willing to pay and the duration of the boost. Once you've reviewed the order you can make the transaction.
Simple Buy is the most convenient solution for buyers because it aggregates boosts from multiple sellers, bundling the buy versus making multiple deals.
After buying a boost you need to update your checkpoint in Curve to have the new boost applied to your position. Go back to the dashboard to update.

Market Buy

If you'd prefer to browse individual offers you can do so on the Market. Head to the Market tab in Boosts to access all the sellers on Warden. Once you've selected an offer you can begin to configure your buy.
1. Estimate impact on your Pool multiplier
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2. Select how much of the seller's balance you want to buy.
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3. Select the duration of the boost.
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After buying a boost you need to update your checkpoint in Curve to have the new boost applied to your position. Go back to the dashboard to update.
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Head back over to the main dashboard page to see your new boost.
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Buying a Boost
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