The Edgeware mainnet went live on February 17, 2020 at 1pm UTC.
To nominate your EDG to Staked, please use the following validator addresses:
hjwqedTG56Xfk8SF5E7N9UsoSjzKXBGHpscbWm6uEpPPGNR jxjp8pgFADzPbHFF71sSqEZ1jygviXhCK6tfyrnprtjLHDE iUU3ENzd9rg19MKK2T3rrgS77nVL1rEZNdv1pUeBHmz1Yz9 mB6GJCxuDB4WzRf6yBa83eUXn7SaMTg67i54cKrKZZ6f5KY
Nomination is non-custodial and validators cannot spend your EDG. Staked pays 90% of the block rewards to stakers, and offers the industry’s only 100% SLA on block production.
Edgeware features a validator bonding duration of 7 days, meaning funds will be transferable 7 days after unbonding.
Instructions for nominating EDG can be found below.
Slashing will happen if a validator misbehaves (e.g. goes offline, attacks the network, or runs modified software) in the network. …
It was an exciting ETH Denver! On Friday night, a user used a flash loan transaction to manipulate bZx’s contracts allowing the withdrawal of $350,000 more than they should have been entitled. bZx provided a post-mortem of the manipulation and indicated that funds were safe. …
We hope everyone is having a great start to 2020. This update covers our progress at Staked during January.
If you look at the rates published on the Compound and bZx websites, it would seem in the last few days RAY should have been allocating funds to bZx, and people have noticed. For example, yesterday bZx was offering a 9.24% APR on DAI while Compound* was offering an 8.45% APR.
RAY is working as advertised — finding the highest rate at all times. The issue: right now, Compound actually pays lenders a higher rate than what they publish.
Compound calculates a rate per block which assumes new blocks are created every 15 seconds. Recently, however, related to the Ethereum hard fork Muir Glacier**, Ethereum has been generating blocks closer to every 13 seconds. This means payments occur ~13.3% more frequently than the Compound protocol expects, and the resulting rate paid becomes ~14.2% higher than expected. For example, currently Compound displays an 8.45% APR while it’s truly closer to a 9.40% APR. Other platforms such as dYdX and bZx calculate a rate over time, so the block production rate doesn’t impact their interest rates. …
Staked loves the Ethereum ecosystem and wants to connect with others who do too. We’re building staking infrastructure for the ETH 2.0 transition and offer a set of smart contracts called RAY (Robo-Advisor for Yield) that automatically gets the highest yield across Compound, dYdX, Fulcrum, and the Dai Savings Rate.
Both technical and business members of the Staked team will be at ETHDenver all weekend. Learn more about Staked, ETH 2.0, RAY, or just grab some swag! We will have a sponsor table and will also host a workshop on ETH 2.0 …
Multi-Collateral Dai (Dai) went live on November 18th, 2019, introducing additional collateral types and the Dai Savings Rate to the MakerDAO protocol.
The purpose of this post is to inform owners of Sai RAYs about the Robo-Advisor for Yield’s support for Multi-Collateral Dai and Dai Savings Rate, as well as how to upgrade. This post is also relevant to anyone who holds Dai currently that wants to deposit into RAY.
Note: We refer to Multi-Collateral Dai as Dai and Single-Collateral Dai as Sai.
Staked has introduced support for Dai for the Compound, bZx, dYdX, and Dai Savings Rate opportunities.
Staked has built a bridge that lets users convert Sai RAYs to Dai RAYs. The bridge is intended to save users gas costs, time, and effort. Below are detailed instructions and screenshots outlining the conversion process. …
The Cardano incentivized testnet began with a balance snapshot taken at 7 AM EST (12:00 UTC) on November 29, 2019.
To delegate your ADA to Staked, please use the following validator address:
Delegation is non-custodial and delegates cannot spend your ADA. Staked pays 90% of the block rewards to delegates, and offers the industry’s only 100% SLA on block production.
Instructions for delegating ADA are included below.
Cardano is a groundbreaking proof-of-stake blockchain — home to the ADA cryptocurrency — with a strong focus on sustainability, scalability, and transparency. …
The v.systems mainnet launched on November 27, 2018.
To lease your VSYS to the Staked supernode, please use the following address:
Leasing is non-custodial and supernodes cannot spend your VSYS. Staked pays 90% of the block rewards to stakers, and offers the industry’s only 100% SLA on block production.
Instructions for leasing VSYS are included below.
v.systems is a next-generation blockchain database for decentralized applications. Introduced in November 2018, it has since been dedicated to deliver an advanced blockchain platform with high stability, scalability and efficient performance in an expanded environment.
Rewards are distributed upon participation in minting. Token holders are able to lease VSYS to any supernode candidate via the v.systems official wallet. There are no minimum requirements or lock-up period when leasing VSYS. …
We hope everyone is having an excellent start to the holiday season. This update covers our progress at Staked over the past month or so. We would also like to take a moment to thank every single one of our customers and partners for the continued support.
Happy Holidays, and here’s to an incredible 2020!
The Kava mainnet officially launched on November 15, 2019 at 9 AM EST (14:00 UTC).
To delegate your KAVA to Staked, please use the following validator addresses:
There is a 21 day unbonding process for staked KAVA during which delegator KAVA do not earn rewards and cannot be transferred, exchanged or spent. KAVA can however be slashed during the unbonding period.
Delegation is non-custodial and delegates cannot spend your KAVA. Staked pays 90% of the block rewards to delegates, and offers the industry’s only 100% SLA on block production.
Instructions for delegating KAVA are included on page three below.
Kava’s staking model uses “hard slashing”, which means that customer funds are at risk of being slashed in the event of a) double-signing blocks and b) extended validator downtime. Slashing risks are further detailed on You could lose a portion, or potentially all of your investment by participating in staking. …