Connect your wallet at the top right. Many users prefer Metamask for BSC operations. View our guide on how to connect Metamask to Binance Smart Chain if you haven't already.
For BEP20 operations, you first need to approve the BEP20 you're pooling.
Click "Add Liquidity" and then choose the BEP20 tokens you want to add liquidity for with the dropdown menus. Enter the amount you want to add. In this example, we're adding liquidity for the BNB-BTC pool.
Remember: these Automated Market Maker (AMM) pools require a 50-50 split of the tokens you're supplying. For example, if you're supplying $100 worth of BTC to the BTC-BNB pool, then you need to match it with $100 worth of BNB for a total pool position of $200.
Once your transaction is confirmed (typically less than 30 seconds - 1 minute for this kind of operation), you'll see the page update with a confirmation of your addition to the pool and at the bottom of the page, you'll see the "LP Tokens In Your Wallet".
These LP tokens represent your tokenized share of the liquidity pool that you entered. When you're ready to withdraw from the pool, you'll remove liquidity and swap these tokens back into the pooled assets (in our example above, BTC and BNB).
Now that you've added liquidity to a pool, you can stake your LP tokens for liquidity rewards on Cub Finance vaults.