Keplr Wallet


This guide is for users who use Keplr wallet & want to migrate their 750 coin-type wallet address to 118 coin-type wallet address.

Is migration for my wallet address needed?

When was the wallet created?Default Coin-typeMigration Required?

After 7 October 2022


No πŸŽ‰

Before 7 October 2022



Don't remember


Both coin-type wallet addresses are supported by keplr. Hence both of the addresses can be used simultaneously.

Step 1: Check which coin-type you're using

Add your wallet again in keplr

Note: Name this wallet as "Wallet 2"

Select derivation path

You'll be given an option to select the coin-type

Note: If you didn't get the option to select your coin-type, that means that you are already on 118 coin-type & no migration is needed.

Step 2: Make sure you have both the coin-types (750 & 118) wallet addresses added in keplr.

In this documentation, we will be denoting Wallet 1 as the wallet with 750 coin-type wallet address and Wallet 2 as the wallet with 118 coin-type wallet address.

Hence in this process, we have to move tokens from Wallet 1 to Wallet 2.

Step 3: Login to pWALLET with keplr & copy the wallet address

  • Select Wallet 2 from the Keplr Extension

  • Sign in pWALLET using keplr (With Wallet 2)

  • Go to 'Receive' & copy your Wallet 2 address

Step 3: Sign into pWALLET with Wallet 1 & Migrate Tokens

Migrating Staked Tokens

A. Go to 'Staking' tab and select 'Delegated' from the menu.

Skip this step if you don't have any staked tokens

B. Check if the validator where you stake/delegate your tokens have enough capacity (i.e Validator Bond) to migrate your tokens (using Smartstake dashboard)

Eg: As I delegate ~23 XPRT to smart stake validator, i need to check if smart stake validator has enough capacity to help facilitate migrate for my tokens. As in my case the validator has the capacity, we can move forward with the migation process.

Note: If your validator doesn't have enough capacity, ask your validator to increase it or redelegate your staked/delegated tokens to a validator which has enough capacity for your tokens.

C. Click on 'Actions'

D. Click on 'Transfer Delegation'

E. Enter the amount and your Wallet 2 address which we copied

F. There will be 2 transactions, first to 'tokenise' your tokens & then to 'transfer' them to new address.

Note: If the transaction fails due to gas issue, increase the gas to 750000 and select 'Zero' Option. using the 'Advanced' button. Once you process this transaction, it can take upto 1-2 mins for the transaction to complete. To cross check, refresh the wallet and check for your balance.

G. Your tokens are now transferred to the 118 coin-type wallet address from 750 coin-type wallet address.

Repeat these steps again if you have staked with more than 1 validator.

Migrate all liquid tokens in the wallet

A. Claim all the pending rewards from your wallet

B. Go to 'Wallet' page and select 'Send'

C. Send all the tokens to your new coin-type wallet address.

Step 4: Sign into pWALLET with Wallet 2

A. Go to 'Staking' tab, select 'Tokenized Shares' & click on 'Redeem'

B. Click on 'Redeem Shares' & Redeem your tokens.

C. Migration done, your staked/delegated tokens will now be visible in the 'Delegated' Section like before.

Step 5: Sit back and Relax! πŸŽ‰

The migration from 750 coin-type to 118 coin-type has been completed successfully.


Is there any limit to transfer my tokens?

No, there is no limit.

URL for Persistence Wallet

This is the correct URL:

I have provided liquidity on Dexter. Will that be transferred too?

No, this process does not transfer your liquidity. You need to first remove the bonded tokens on dexter, migrate using the above steps & then provide the liquidity again.

⚠️Things to Remember
  1. No one from the persistence team will contact you to help you migrate your tokens.

  2. Never share your seed/keystore with anyone.

  3. Always make sure that you are using the correct and SSL enabled URL.

  4. The only way to contact persistence team is by messaging on the verified Persistence community chat on Telegram.

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