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Core web: What is Core Stake?
Core web: What is Core Stake?
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Written by Amanda
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Core Stake brings the ability to validate, delegate, and perform Cross-Chain transfers directly in Core web. This allows users to help secure the Avalanche network and move AVAX between their X, P, and C Chain addresses with ease through a seamless user interface. For more information about Stake, please view the Core web FAQ.

NOTE: 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.

Staking dashboard

Users can find information on their active and historical delegations and validations on the staking dashboard. To navigate to this page, connect Core extension or a Ledger directly to Core web and navigate to


Users can validate with their previously set-up node. If one is not already set up, they will be prompted to do so. Please view this article for more information on how to validate in Core's Stake.

NOTE: Validating on a mainnet Avalanche node requires 2,000 AVAX. For more information about validating, please view the Validating FAQ.


Users can delegate AVAX to an already established node on the Avalanche Network. Please view this article to learn how to delegate AVAX in Core's Stake.

NOTE: Delegating on the Avalanche network requires a minimum of 25 AVAX. For more information about delegating, please view the Staking FAQ.

Cross-chain transfer

Users can move their AVAX between the X, P, and C-Chains directly through Core's Stake. To learn more about the functionality of each chain, please view this article. For more information on transferring the AVAX between the X, P, and C-Chains, please view this article.

For any additional questions, please view our other knowledge base articles or contact a support team member via the chat button. Examples are for illustrative purposes only.

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