Core Stake FAQ
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Written by Amanda
Updated over a week ago

Where can I find FAQs for the rest of Core web?

Please check the Core web FAQ.

What wallet extension can I use with Stake?

Core Stake is currently only available through Core extension or direct Ledger connection to Core web. If not already installed, Core extension can be installed on Google Chrome here.

What are the minimum requirements for Validating and Delegating through Stake?

To learn more about validating and delegating requirements, please view the Staking FAQ and Validating FAQ.

How can I get AVAX to use in Stake?

Users can buy or swap for AVAX in Core web, and if the funds need to be moved to the P-Chain, users can cross-chain transfer the funds from the C or X-Chain.

I tried cross-chaining some AVAX and they didn’t import on the destination chain. How can I find them?

If there are any pending UTXO transactions from a cross-chain transfer, there will be a notification for users at the top of the screen letting them know. Clicking on the “Import” button will trigger the wallet to import any pending imports for the X, P, and C-Chains.

What hardware wallets can I use with Core Stake?

Core Stake is currently only compatible with Ledger at this time.

Why can't I see all of my delegations on Core mobile's Stake?

If users have previously used the Avalanche wallet for staking, their P-Chain funds may be on a dynamic address. Core web will aggregate all previously used dynamic P-Chain addresses for users to be able to see all of their funds and previous delegations in one singular location.

If users are trying to stake on Core mobile and do not see their full P-Chain balance, nor the full delegation history they should proceed to Core web’s Stake to delegate from there.


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