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What is Aptos?
Aptos is a layer-1 blockchain built using the Move programming language and it is the successor of the Diem network. It aims to accelerate the world’s move to Web3 by being a blockchain that has high throughput and low latency while being scalable, safe, and reliable.
Crypto.com DeFi Wallet is among the world’s first non-custodial wallet apps to support the Aptos Devnet and its upcoming mainnet.
Which Aptos networks does the Crypto.com DeFi Wallet support?
The DeFi Wallet supports all three Aptos networks: Devnet, Testnet, and Mainnet.
How do I find my Aptos wallet address?
You can locate your Aptos wallet address in the DeFi Wallet’s Receive screen by searching for the APT token. This address will be the same across all three Aptos networks.
How do I airdrop APT on Aptos Devnet and Testnet?
Here’s how you can airdrop APT to your Aptos Devnet and Testnet wallet address. Please note that this will not be available on Aptos Mainnet:
1. Navigate to the Manage Tokens menu in the DeFi Wallet’s homescreen
2. Enter APT in the search bar and toggle it on
3. Return to the DeFi Wallet’s homescreen and enter the APT token’s menu
4. Tap Airdrop
5. If your token airdrop is successful, you’ll receive the notification below. Each airdrop on the Aptos Devnet and Testnet consists of 1 APT:
How do I import non-native tokens on Aptos?
Here’s how you can import non-native tokens across the three Aptos networks:
1. Navigate to the Manage Tokens menu in the DeFi Wallet’s homescreen and tap Import
2. Select either the Aptos Devnet, Aptos Testnet, or Aptos Mainnet networks and enter the token contract address. If the address is valid, the other fields will be automatically populated. The token contract address should appear similar to the following example:
3. Tap Import Token when you’re ready
4. If the import succeeds, you will be redirected to the Manage Tokens menu and your recently-imported token token will be toggled on
Please Note: You need to have an APT balance to settle the network fee for importing non-native tokens on the Aptos Devnet, Testnet, and Mainnet networks.
Sending tokens on Aptos
The process of sending tokens on the Aptos blockchain is slightly different from other networks.
Sending APT takes five steps:
1. In the DeFi Wallet’s homescreen, tap Send
2. Select the APT token and the Aptos network. Then, copy and paste the wallet address that you’re sending APT to or scan its QR code.
3. If your recipient’s wallet has an APT account within it, you can tap Next to enter how much APT you’d like to send to them.
3a. Otherwise, this message will pop up and you can create an APT account for them while making the token transfer.
4. Enter the amount of APT that you’d like to send to your recipient
5. Review your APT transfer’s details before tapping Confirm to Send. Please ensure that you have enough APT to settle the network and account creation fees.
Sending non-native tokens takes four steps as well. However, do note the difference in step 3a:
1. In the DeFi Wallet’s homescreen, tap Send
2. Select the token you’re sending and the Aptos network. Then, copy and paste the wallet address that you’re sending the token to or scan its QR code. In this example, USDC is being transferred.
3. If your recipient’s wallet has the token’s account within it, you can tap Next to enter how much of it you’d like to send to them.
3a. Otherwise, this message will pop up. Your recipient then has to create an account for the token that you’re sending to them in their Aptos wallet before you can proceed with the transfer. They can do this by importing the token that you intend to send to them. Please refer to this section (How do I import non-native tokens on Aptos?) above for more details.
4. Enter how much of your chosen token that you’d like to send to your recipient
5. Review your token transfer’s details before tapping Confirm to Send. Please ensure that your balance is sufficient to settle Aptos’s network fee.
How do I view my transaction history on Aptos Devnet?
There are two ways to view your transaction history on Aptos Devnet.
In the Aptos Devnet token’s screen, tap View Explorer in the Transaction History section
This launches the Aptos Explorer via the DeFi Wallet’s own in-app browser. You can then search for transactions from your account address or even specific transaction hashes/versions and block heights/versions.
In the DeFi Wallet’s Settings screen, tap Transaction History under the Assets section
Thereafter, tap on the ellipsis icon at the top-right corner before selecting View Local Transaction
How do I interact with dApps on Aptos?
Accessing and interacting with dApps on the Aptos blockchain with the DeFi Wallet is quick and fuss-free. Here’s how you can get started:
1. Tap Browser in the DeFi Wallet app’s bottom navigation panel to launch the dApp Browser
2. Enter the URL of the dApp that you’d like to access
3. Launch the dApp and connect your Aptos wallet to it
4. Remember, the dApp Browser supports multiple tabs. There’s no need to quit your current dApp if you wish to launch another one.
Switching and adding RPC nodes on Aptos
You can add and switch RPC nodes on Aptos via the RPC Node page under Settings.
Creating multiple Aptos wallets
You can create multiple wallets on the Aptos blockchain. Each sub-wallet that you create will also have its own wallet address for Aptos Devnet. Check out this FAQ article for more details.