If you want to undelegate tokens from a validator, you can do so at any time. Note that undelegation costs approximately 0.5 CSPR.
Accessing the Undelegation Feature
You can access the undelegation functionality in three ways.
Option 1: Click Wallet from the top navigation menu and then click Undelegate Stake.
Option 2: Click Validators from the top navigation menu. Using the validators table, find the validator you wish to undelegate from, and click the Undelegate Stake button.
Option 3: Open your account details and select the Delegations tab. Click the Undelegate button next to the validator from whom you wish to undelegate.
Stepping through the Undelegation Process
The following instructions will take you through the undelegation process, starting with the "Undelegation details" screen.
Step 1 - Undelegation details
- Specify the validator from whom you want to undelegate your tokens if you have reached this screen using the Wallet drop-down menu. The search box will automatically show you the validators with whom you have staked. Otherwise, verify the pre-populated key in the Validator field.
- Enter the amount of Casper tokens you want to undelegate.
- Click Next.
Step 2 - Confirm the undelegation
- Review the undelegation details.
- If everything looks correct, click Confirm and undelegate stake. If you wish to make changes, return to the previous screen.
Step 3 - Sign the undelegation
- Click Sign with Casper Wallet to sign the undelegation.
- Once the Casper Wallet opens, check the deploy hash. Ensure the deploy hash in the "Signature Request" window matches the deploy hash in the "Sign undelegation" window before continuing.
- Click Sign in the Signature Request window to finalize the undelegation. The stake undelegation initiates as soon as the corresponding deploy is signed. Here is the expected output:
It may take 1-2 minutes for the undelegation details to become available. Click "Deploy Details" for more information.
Note that your undelegated tokens will appear in your account automatically after a 7-era delay of approximately 14 hours.