First check if your wallet is up to date and install the latest version if it isn’t. Check this guide for more information.
If you have no peers you will be unable to sync. Peers are other nodes on the NavCoin network. In your core wallet it will list your ‘active connections’ on the home screen at the bottom of the window. If this is not visible or you have 0 connections this may be a sign of a deeper issue, follow the steps below to troubleshoot.
Check you’re connected to the internet, this might seem obvious, but if you aren’t connected to the internet then your wallet will be unable to sync.
You can try to add peers to your wallet manually by adding them to your config file, see this guide for more information. If this fails to increase your connection count try the next step. For more in
Your computer or router firewall may be blocking incoming connections from peers.
NavCoin uses the port
44440 to talk to other nodes on the network. Ensure this is open on your firewalls.
You can also try bootstrapping the wallet, read this guide for more information.
If you have tried all these steps and are still having issues, look for help on the NavCoin Community Discord: https://discord.gg/y4Vu9jw