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  1. I haven't tried restoring from backup, but an alternate method is to restore your original account using the Elrond web wallet (https://wallet.elrond.com/). If you set up a new Maiar account on your phone, you should be able to transfer EGLD from your old account directly. In general, you can access a Maiar account from your phone or from the Elrond web wallet. I find the web wallet easier to work with when transacting on the exchange, for example.
  2. When you add liquidity, you are selling your EGLD and the pair coin (MEX or USDC) to buy a share in the liquidity pool. You don't own the coins anymore, just the LP interest. You can withdraw liquidity from the pool to get back the coins from the pair, but the ratio of the coins you receive will be different than what you initially invested due to transaction volume in the pool (people swapping between the coins in the market). The ratio you receive back should be about 50% in the value of each coin in the pair at the current market value. So if EGLD outperforms MEX (as it has been) and you withdraw from the pool, you'll receive more MEX and less EGLD. If your MEX is unlocked, you can swap back to EGLD, but you may end up with more or less than you started with. That's the risk in this strategy. If you check the (I) button on the farm, you should see the estimate number of coins you would receive if you withdraw liquidity from the pool, and then withdraw the coins from the LP holdings. I think your total value in the pool should be approximately the value of a 50%/50% investment in each coin in the pair, rebalanced more-or-less continuously, plus whatever you earn on the yield. That at least is how I understand this works.
  3. One thing you can try is accessing your account using the Elrond web wallet. You should be able to recover your existing account to the Elrond wallet (it should generate a .json file for accessing). You may need to create a new wallet on your new phone, but if you have access to your old wallet, then you can transfer that over. I'm able to access my current wallet both from my phone and from the browser. https://wallet.elrond.com/dashboard
  4. You can use the Elrond Bridge: https://bridge.elrond.com/ to convert ERC-20 USDC to wrapped USDC on the Elrond chain. A couple of users have posted that the Bridge didn't complete the conversion, but I've used this Bridge successfully. Also, it's advised to send the USDC from your own wallet, and not from an Exchange.
  5. I believe you're the second person with this issue here. I was able to run the same operation (Metamask to Maiar) successfully. I think the other case was a bridge transaction directly from the exchange. The Bridge warns against this, but I'm not clear specifically why that's a problem (other than maybe timing). Either way, it appears something in the Bridge contract isn't executing and your next step should be to contact the Elrond team. The USDC should be sitting at an address linked to the contract, so should it be recoverable. Good Luck!
  6. Hi Iba, I avoid Twitter, so you're looking at someone else's post. Regarding the transfer, I do see the Bridge warns against a transfer from an Exchange rather than a wallet you control. Either way, I hope that you can get your funds released. Philemon
  7. I've been multiplying EGLDUSDC pool pricing by 10^9 (one billion) to adjust to a meaningful number for my own accounting. I've been selling small quantities of my EGLDUSDC position to buy EGLD to reinvest earned MEX, but I appear to be running into a rounding problem. The price is so low that the Withdraw function refuses to recognize the amount I want to withdraw. I have c. 40K in the EGLDUSDC pool and want to withdraw about 3K, but this is getting rejected due to rounding. Has anyone experienced this issue? I hope the Elrond team understands that a price in nano-units (10^-9) is a problem, particularly when the Exchange withdraw function doesn't seem to recognize this level of precision.
  8. I've been multiplying EGLDUSDC pool pricing by 10^9 (one billion) to adjust to a meaningful number for my own accounting. I've been selling small quantities of my EGLDUSDC position to buy EGLD to reinvest earned MEX, but I appear to be running into a rounding problem. The price is so low that the Withdraw function refuses to recognize the amount I want to withdraw. I have c. 40K in the EGLDUSDC pool and want to withdraw about 3K, but this is getting rejected due to rounding. Has anyone experienced this issue? I hope the Elrond team understands that a price in nano-units (10^-9) is a problem, particularly when the Exchange withdraw function doesn't seem to recognize this level of precision.
  9. As a further update, I transferred USDC using the Bridge from ETH on Metamask to ERD on Maiar using the Bridge. It went through successfully in about five minutes.
  10. Thanks. I see the bridge now. I suggest contacting the Elrond team directly and provide them with the transaction details. You can contract them from Maiar, and I believe they are very responsive. The good news is that I can see your USDC, and it's the only transaction at that address. I imagine this address is a unique pair for your ERD address. Apparently part of the bridge program didn't execute. You should be able to recover this, but I think you'll need the Elrond team's help. I'm looking to move some USDC myself, but I think I'll wait until your issue is resolved.
  11. I haven't found the WUSD bridge yet, and don't know if it's active. If I understand correctly, your USDC is at https://etherscan.io/token/0xa0b86991c6218b36c1d19d4a2e9eb0ce3606eb48?a=0x381d6a099794d1010bc5ec5997ebab66c6167a09 I don't know who controls this Ethereum chain wallet. As far as I can tell for now, the only way to get WUSD is to swap from EGLD on the Maiar Exchange.
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