How to import a wallet from Phantom
Importing your wallet allows you to use multiple different types of Web3 wallets and their services, keeping your assets together. There is no need to make a transaction from one wallet to another, as the same assets, information and history remain. The only difference is the platform used.
Kraken Wallet allows you to import one Secret Recovery Phrase (SRP) into the Kraken Wallet app. There's no limit on how many wallets you can import, so long as they are associated with the same SRP.
How to import from Phantom
To import your Phantom wallet to Kraken Wallet you will need your Secret Recovery Phrase (SRP).
To obtain your SRP from Phantom:
  1. 1
    Open your Phantom mobile app and tap the Settings icon in the top left corner.
    Note: If using the Phantom browser extension, you can access Settings by opening the browser extension, tapping the 3 stacked horizontal lines in the top left, then tapping the Settings icon in the bottom left.
  2. 2
    Tap on the account name, e.g. "Account 01".
  3. 3
    Tap on Show Secret Recovery Phrase.
  4. 4
    Review the warnings and tick the check box next to "I will not share my secret phrase with anyone, including Phantom.
  5. 5
    Tap Continue and your secret recovery phrase will be revealed.
  6. 6
    Write down your secret recovery phrase exactly as it's presented. Alternatively, you can tap Copy to clipboard to paste your SRP in Kraken Wallet.
Once you have obtained your SRP from Phantom:
  1. 1
    Open the Kraken Wallet app.
  2. 2
    On the Welcome page, select Import.

  3. 3
    Enter the SRP exactly as it was was copied from your Phantom wallet. You may type or paste the SRP.
  4. 4
    Once the correct SRP is entered this will confirm the wallet has successfully been imported to the Kraken Wallet app.
    wallet is ready
IMPORTANT: Importing your wallet does not delete or remove the original wallet.
Always ensure that you are using official and secure methods when importing or recovering wallets to avoid potential security risks. Always be cautious about sharing or storing your Secret Recovery Phrase, as it grant access to your digital assets.