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Stakin is committed to advancing and sharing expertise within the Proof-of-Stake ecosystem.


What is Staking?

Staking is the process of taking part in a Proof-of-Stake (PoS) network consensus by locking up cryptocurrencies. It contributes to network operations and security, and participants earn inflationary staking rewards as a return.

How to stake?

  1. One

    Send tokens to a wallet

  2. Two

    Connect & delegate to Stakin

  3. Three

    Claim rewards or restake




By locking your cryptocurrencies into staking, you are rewarded by the protocol. Each Proof-of-Stake protocol has a different inflation rate through which you will earn interests on your holdings.


Keep Possession

Staking is non-custodial, meaning that you keep possession of your own cryptocurrencies. You get to choose how you store these and are responsible for the security of your assets.



When you stake your tokens, you contribute to the security and decentralization of the network. The higher the percentage of tokens staked in the network, the harder it is to attack it.

Why stake with Stakin?


Reliable Infrastructure

We distribute our servers across various geographical locations and partner with premier bare metal and cloud providers. With sentry nodes, HSMs, backup nodes and 24/7 live monitoring, we’re able to run a secure and stable service with 99.9%+ uptime.


Skin In the Game

As a dedicated staking provider, we're fully aligned with the interests of our delegators. We invest, hold and stake tokens of the protocols we support, which makes us fully engaged in the success of each network for which we operate infrastructure.


Active Contributor

We actively participate in decentralized governance discussions and DAO voting. We offer free educational resources and public technical services. Staking with us supports our positive contributions to the ecosystem.

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