Forum - A Quick Guide

How to use our Vault Page Builder Forum

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Jakob Sievers CEO & Founder

August 30, 2023


  • You have deployed an Enzyme vault on Polygon.

  • Your vault is denominated in USDC, DAI or USDT.

  • You have the user whitelist in place for KYC compliance.

    => The user whitelist can be found under settings, labeled as “Limited wallets permitted to deposit.”

Just follow the instructions:

  • Click “Start Now”.
  • Choose “Polygon” and select “Try the Alpha”.
  • Connect your wallet.
  • Enter your email address, then confirm it.
  • Agree to our Terms of Service and click “Start building the vault page”.

Within minutes, you’ll receive two emails:

The first is from our CMS provider, Sanity. Create a Sanity account and accept the invitation. After this, you’re set to access your CMS. The access link will be in the second email.

The second email contains two links: one to your initial vault page and another to your Content Management System.

A third email follows once KYC is set up

For accepting deposits, a third step is crucial. After creating your vault page, we’ll initiate the KYC-Service configuration. Once ready, you’ll receive an invitation from Blockpass, allowing you to identify your depositors. Simply accept the invitation, and you’ll be all set.

Get Started!

Check out Forum (Alpha) — for Enzyme Vaults on Polygon!

Accepting Deposits:

When a depositor wishes to deposit:

  • They’ll need to authenticate via Blockpass.

  • Upon their registration on Blockpass, you’ll be notified by email regarding the deposit request.

  • Verify the provided documents and approve the depositor. Their request ID will be their wallet address.

  • Whitelist this ID on your vault. After this, the depositor can proceed with their deposit. Need more insight into how the builder operates?

    Feel free to schedule a call with our team for a comprehensive walkthrough of the software’s capabilities. We’re here to help.

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Warm regards, Jakob

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