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FAQ & Contacts

  • What is Proof of Stake (PoS)?

    Proof of Stake (PoS) is a consensus mechanism used in blockchain networks to validate and confirm transactions. Unlike Proof of Work (PoW), which requires miners to solve complex mathematical problems to add new blocks, PoS relies on validators who hold and lock a certain amount of cryptocurrency (called a "stake") to propose and validate new blocks. This process is known as staking.

  • What is a staking provider?

    A staking provider is a service that allows users to participate in the staking process without needing to run and maintain their own nodes. Staking providers simplify the staking process, manage the technical aspects of running a node, and pool user stakes to increase the chances of being chosen to validate transactions and earn rewards.

  • How to stake?

    You can stake your tokens through a wallet or staking Web-UI (depends on the project). For more information, use the "Stake with us" section on our website

  • Can I withdraw my delegated tokens at any time?

    Most PoS networks have an unbonding period during which your tokens will be locked after you initiate a withdrawal request. The duration of the unbonding period varies depending on the network. Once the unbonding period is over, you can withdraw your tokens freely. Please refer to the documentation of the specific PoS network for more information on the unbonding period.

  • Do I maintain control over my tokens when I delegate them to your staking service?

    When you delegate your tokens to our staking service, you still maintain control over them. We do not have access to your private keys, and you can initiate the unbonding process at any time.


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