Once you have logged into your Radix Desktop Wallet, you will be greeted by the below screen.
The Desktop Wallet can contain multiple addresses. The currently selected account is shown in the upper left of the wallet.
In this example, we have selected an account called “Satoshi Nakamoto”. Your account will be called something else, depending on what name you chose when setting up the account. The currently selected account has a green circle next to it.
The currently-selected account sets what balances are shown here, and the account to be used when creating transactions in the rest of the wallet. You can swap between accounts by clicking the account name and selecting the desired option.
At the top of the screen, you will see the balance of XRD tokens in your selected account. This total is broken down to represent the portion of your XRD that has been staked to validators.
The breakdown is as follows:
Total = The total amount of XRD in your account. This includes staked and unstaked XRD.
Available = This is the amount of XRD that you can freely transfer or stake.
Staked or Unstaking = This is the amount of XRD currently staked to a validator, or is in the process of being unstaked (ie. waiting the unstaking delay). These tokens are locked and cannot be transferred until unstaked.
The Radix Wallet is able to support tokens other than XRD. Once these tokens are available, they will be displayed under “Additional Balances”.
- How to create and view additional Accounts in the Wallet
- How to Install the Desktop Wallet
- How to Set Up Your Wallet
- How to Use the Radix Explorer