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Post Withdrawal Intent

The Staking Integration API endpoint described on this page allows you to create a withdrawal intent.

POST Create a New Withdrawal Intent
Authentication Using API Key as an X-API-Key
Solana API Usage Example

POST Create a New Withdrawal Intent{protocol}/{network}/withdrawal-intents

This endpoint is used to request withdrawal transactions that will be executed against available deactivated accounts. If you request more funds than are currently unlocked, the API will return an error indicating the maximum possible withdrawal.

You will receive at least one unsigned transaction (potentially multiple) that needs to be signed in order to complete the withdrawal.

Learn more: Solana API Usage Example

Note: You need to authorize your request via an API key provided when signing up for a staking account.

Path Parameters

You should specify a protocol and a network as path parameters, e.g.:

  • solana/mainnet

Supported Networks

Here is a full list of supported networks with their path parameters:

Protocol Network Path parameters
Solana Mainnet solana/mainnet
Solana Devnet solana/devnet

Example Query

To create a new withdrawal intent in the Solana Mainnet, use the following:

Request Body

In the request body you need to specify the following:

  • amount: The amount of SOL you want to withdraw
  • withdrawal address: The receiving address – i.e. where the withdrawn funds should go

Example Body

  "amount": "100",
  "withdrawal_address": "5xot9PVkphiX2adznghwrAuxGs2zeWisNSxMW6hU6Hkj"

Example Response

The following is a typical response from POST Create a New Withdrawal Intent:

  "solana": {
    "withdraws": [
        "unsigned_transaction": "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\n",
        "withdrawal_authority_public_key": "5xot9PVkphiX2adznghwrAuxGs2zeWisNSxMW6hU6Hkj",
        "stake_account_address": "5xot9PVkphiX2adznghwrAuxGs2zeWisNSxMW6hU6Hkj",
        "amount": "100"
    "total_withdraw_amount": "100"

Authentication Using API Key as an X-API-Key

When signing up for a staking account, you are provided with an API key.

To authenticate a Staking API request, pass your API key in the X-API-Key header:

curl -X POST \
'' \
-H 'Content-Type: application/json' \
-d '{"amount": "100", "withdrawal_address": "5xot9PVkphiX2adznghwrAuxGs2zeWisNSxMW6hU6Hkj"}'

Solana API Usage Example

In this section you will find a TypeScript example showing how to send a Solana transaction using the Solana Staking Integration API:

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