Stakin / Kilt Validator

Kilt

APR 8.00%
mainnet
Fees 0.00%
Public key(s)
4tE1N7osNZW92BbvXJUGC2btwWDV5zkGton4B8bBScyMAp73
Market Cap$297,665,385Price$7.17
RewardsEvery 2 mins approximately (each sealed block by delegated collator)
APR8.00%
Lock-up periodAround 7 days
CompoundingClaiming and compounding is automatic
Slashing riskSlashing is not implemented yet
Learn about Kilt (KILT)
KILT Protocol is an open-source Limited Delegated Proof-of-Stake blockchain protocol for issuing claim-based verifiable, revocable, and anonymous credentials in Web 3.0. The network allows its end-users to claim arbitrary attributes, get them attested by trusted entities, and store the claims as self-sovereign credentials. Because trusted entities can issue credentials in exchange for money, KILT aims to foster new business models for anyone who owns or wants to acquire trust. Furthermore, the KILT Protocol includes a simple JavaScript SDK through which valuable applications can be built without any blockchain development skills. KILT is built on Substrate and connects to the Kusama blockchain network as a parachain. By connecting to the main Relay Chain, KILT services can be accessed on multiple blockchains in the Kusama ecosystem. Other decentralized applications and application-specific blockchains can thus use decentralized identity certificates. Limited DPoS (LDPoS) is a form of consensus that limits the number of delegators and collators to which delegators can delegate. From a delegator’s perspective, collators are pretty much like validators. By delegating KILT tokens to collators, delegators can earn a staking reward in newly minted tokens.
stakinWhy stake with us?
• Stakin was selected as one of the first mainnet Kilt collators to start validating in September 2021 • Validator on 5+ Substrate based blockchains including Polkadot and Kusama • We offer dedicated support for all your staking, unstaking, and network-related questions
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