fb Stakin / Crypto.org Validator


APR 12.42%
Fees 5.00 %
Public key(s)
Market Cap $1,741,526,887 Price$0.069
RewardsEvery block (around 6 seconds)
APR 12.42%
Lock-up period28 days
CompoundingManual, delegator needs to claim and restake
Slashing risk• Downtime slashing (liveness fault): 0.0001% of CRO slashed. It happens when the validator is down for approximately 1,000 blocks (about 1.5 hours). • Double sign slashing: 5% of CRO slashed. It happens if the validator tries to validate twice the same block (malicious behavior or poor set-up).
Learn about Crypto.org (CRO)
Crypto.org Chain is a public, open-source, and permissionless blockchain built by Crypto.com, one of the leading cryptocurrency exchanges. Crypto.org is built on Tendermint as a fully decentralized network with high speed and low fees. Because Crypto.com initially created it, it benefits from an already large community of users and developers and will be integrated into Crypto.com financial products. In addition, Crypto.org blockchain aims to further drive mass adoption of blockchain technology through use cases like Payments, DeFi and NFTs. The native asset of Crypto.org is CRO, which you can delegate to a validator of your choice on the network. The validators run nodes to validate transactions on the Crypto.org Chain network, and in return, block rewards are distributed in CRO. CRO also has use cases within the Crypto.com ecosystem as it can be used for rebates on the exchange and payment services. For more information about Crypto.org, have a look at our blog: https://blog.stakin.com/tag/crypto-org/
stakinWhy stake with us?
• The team took part in the Crossfire testnet and early developments to the network • Stakin is dedicated to the Cosmos ecosystem. In addition to Crypto.org and Cosmos, Stakin supports 10+ networks in the Cosmos ecosystem and works on multiple testnet that are built on Tendermint • By delegating to Stakin, you contribute to network decentralization by choosing a smaller validator • We offer dedicated support for all your staking, unstaking, and network-related questions
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