Core Stake brings the ability to validate, delegate, and perform Cross-Chain transfers directly in Core web. This tutorial is available to assist users who wish to transfer Avax from the Avalanche Wallet UI to Core web UI.
Make sure the private key and recovery phrase for the account in the Avalanche Wallet are stored safely. The recovery phrase will be needed to log into Core. If users connected to the Avalanche wallet with a Ledger, they will need their Ledger close by to connect to Core.
Login to Core extension with the recovery phrase or Ledger.
NOTE: Ledger users can now connect directly to Core web. Please view this tutorial for more information.
BE AWARE! If you are transitioning from Avalanche Wallet to Core Extension with Ledger, you must select BIP44 as your derivation path during onboarding to Core Extension. If you do not, you may not be able to see all of your historical assets. More details and instructions can be found here if needed.
Navigate to Core web. Core web has become the hub for all tools previously found in the Avalanche Wallet.
Click “Connect Wallet” to connect the Core extension.
After logging into Core web, the user will be able to see their portfolio screen. Users will be able to toggle between C, X, and P-chains and other supported networks. By clicking on each network, users can see what assets, collectibles, and activity they have on each chain.
Users are also able to see their DeFi allocations in their portfolio.
Users will be able to send AVAX from the X or C-chain through the command center in Core web. The command center can be found on the right side of the Portfolio, or through the “Tools” section of the sidebar on the left-hand side of the screen.
For more information on how to send assets in Core web, please check out this article.
At this time, features of the Studio tab are not available in Core web. Users can view their C-chain collectibles in the Portfolio under the “Collectibles” tab.
Users can view the activity from each chain in the Portfolio under the “Activity” tab. Users have the option to view all network activity or filter by a specific network.
Core web allows users to export their wallet’s transaction history for all Avalanche Primary network chains and Subnets. To do so, navigate to the Tools tab and select “Transaction Export”.
For more information on how to use the Transaction Export tool, please check out this article.
Users are able to view their wallet’s recovery phrase (if not connected with a hardware wallet) in the Core extension. Please follow this tutorial on how to view the recovery phrase.
If any Cross-Chain transactions are pending or incomplete, there will be a button available in Stake’s Cross-Chain Transfer tab. Clicking on the “Import” button will trigger the wallet to import any pending imports for the X, P, and C-Chains.
Sign Message and Check Message Source
Users are able to sign, verify, and broadcast transactions on EVM chains in Core web. Users can find Signing tools in the sidebar under Tools. For more information on how to use the Signing Tools, 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.