How to Withdraw SLP Tokens From Mint Bot

How to Withdraw SLP Tokens From Mint Bot


With the increasing popularity of SLP tokens and Telegram faucets, a lot of people are earning free crypto through the Mint Bot on Telegram. Unfortunately, I have noticed that a few people are having trouble making withdraws, so I wanted to make this really short article showing you how to withdraw your SLP tokens from Mint Bot. 

Obviously, the first thing you will need to do to withdraw any tokens is to have tokens in the first place. You can get some free SLP tokens by going to any number of Telegram Faucets. Every so often, you can receive free crypto by simply typing "Claim" the faucet will then give you some tokens which are stored in your Mint Bot account. 

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However, you can not directly withdraw your tokens from the faucet. You need to withdraw by interacting with the Mint Bot itself. To do this simply navigate to Mint Bot on Telegram. Once you are on the Mint Bot chat, you can type "help" to see a list of available commands. Obviously, we want to make a withdraw, so we will follow the syntax of the withdraw command. The arguments for the withdraw command are withdraw, token id, amount, and address.

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Withdraw is simple enough, and we can find the token id by typing balance. When our balance is displayed, it will list our tokens by their id. All we have to do is simply copy and paste the id into the chat line. 

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You can choose whatever amount you wish to withdraw, and the last argument you must provide is an SLP address. For this demo, I am using the Badger wallet. Keep in mind that Badger has both an SLP address and a Bitcoin Cash address, so you will want to make sure that you select, copy, and paste the correct address. 

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The final command to Mint Bot will look something like this. 

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Withdraw is self-explanatory. It is the command we wish to perform. The first string of characters is the token id. The single 9 is the amount to withdraw, and the last string of characters is our SLP compatible address. That's it! In a few minutes, you should see the tokens arrive in your wallet. 

Notes:

There two quick notes I want to make. First, you do not need to deposit any BCH in your Mint Bot address to withdraw. Second, the Mint Bot transaction can sometimes fail. I tried to do the transaction and record this video a few days ago, but the funds never arrived in my account.  I didn't loose any funds, they just never left my Mint Bot. I'm not sure why this happened, but its important not to panic. When you initiate a transaction, the crypto will disappear from Mint Bot, and it will take a while to appear in your wallet, so you might be worried that the funds are lost somewhere, but they aren't. If the transaction fails, the funds will re-appear in your Mint Bot a few hours later and can be found by typing the balance command. Of course, this assumes that you entered the correct SLP address and that they transaction actually failed as opposed to being sent to the wrong address. 

 

 


The Part Time Economist
The Part Time Economist

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