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In this article you are going to learn how to migrate Kin to Solana wallet using Trustwallet.
KIN has migrated to the Solana blockchain on December 15, 2020, and has now become a SPL token.
You can find more details about it here: KIN Token Migration 478. As a result of the successful governance vote, SPL token support 172 has now been enabled.
The Trust Wallet team is happy to announce that you can start migrating your KIN wallet.
How to migrate Kin to Solana Wallet
Go to your wallet and open KIN. It will show up a red script about migration. Push the script and follow the steps listed below.
Meanwhile, you will need a small amount of Solana to finish the migration process.
Get your Recovery Phrase
You need to have a copy of your Recovery Phrase which will be used in performing the migration. Follow this guide: How to Backup a Multi-Coin Wallet 593
Create a Kin wallet
Go to the wallet Import screen and then select Kin. Use the Recovery Phrase, to create the Kin wallet.
This procedure is similar to when you are going to restore a wallet 380.
See Also: How to Migrate Kin To Solana Wallet
Export Kin Private Key
Next, go to the list of Wallets found under the Settings tab. Tap on the “i” symbol beside the Kin wallet and then tap on Export Private Key on the list of Backup Options.
Tap on the QR code to save the Private Key on your device memory.
You can also take a screenshot of the QR code which you can scan if you are restoring the wallet on another device.
Create a Solana Wallet
On the wallet Import screen, choose Solana. Tap on the Private Key tab and Paste it on the space provided. Put a name for the wallet and then tap on Import.
Add Kin SPL Token
Open the Solana wallet and then tap on the toggle on the upper right. Search for Kin and enable it.
Congratulations, you have successfully migrated your Kin wallet.
Sending KIN will require Solana (SOL) tokens on the same wallet in order to submit a transaction.