The Radix Dashboard fulfills a dual role. First and foremost, it acts as an all-encompassing guide/explorer to the Radix Network, making it easy for users to search for and access any ledger-related information. This simplifies tracking transactions, checking balances, and engaging in other ledger-related activities. Secondly, the Dashboard provides tools for staking, unstaking, and claiming XRD from validators.
To use the Radix Dashboard, you must connect using your Radix wallet via Radix Connect. If you have not completed the set-up for these, follow the instructions here.
To connect to the Dashboard, click the Connect button on the top right corner of the dashboard. A login will be sent to your Radix wallet, and you will be prompted to log in using a Persona.
Your Radix wallet will show an Account Permission prompt. Select the accounts you wish to use and click continue. You cannot stake from an account you have not granted permission for.
Account Lookup: To view an address, simply paste the Babylon account address into the search bar at the top of the dashboard. The address look-up will allow you to view a range of information about the assets held in that account, including NFTs, Pool Units, tokens, and recent transactions.
Staking: On the left-hand side of the Radix dashboard, click Network Staking. At the top of the dashboard, you will see your staked XRD, unstaking XRD, and Ready to Claim. The staking dashboard lets you see detailed information about node runners, including the APY, fees, uptime, and owner stake. You can also use the “Filter” tab to sort validators by each category. If you are actively staking to validators, you will see this listed at the top of the dashboard.
Reminder: Be wary of any unsolicited messages claiming to be from support. There is no customer support via direct messages. Anyone offering to help you resolve a problem via DM will be a scammer. Under no circumstances should you ever share your seed phrases with anyone. Your seed phrases are the keys to your crypto holdings, and keeping them private is paramount for security. Always remain cautious in crypto to safeguard your assets from scams.