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FAQ

  • Who are validators?

    In PoS (Proof-of-Stake) networks, there are validators - network nodes that confirm blocks and receive rewards (tokens) for this

  • What is staking?

    Staking is the process of reserving a certain number of tokens at the validator's address. This does not mean that the validator has access to them, so it is completely safe

  • How to stake?

    You can stake your tokens through your node on the network or if you don't have one through a wallet (for example, Keplr)

  • What is validator profit?

    The validator earns staking rewards in the amount of the comission set by the validator itself. If you delegated to a validator with a commission rate of 50%, it means that half of the rewards will be received by you, and the other half will be received by the validator


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