Citadel.one Staking Guide: Juno
Juno is a public permissionless network for interoperable smart contracts. It is highly scalable, robust, fast, secure, and built for global adoption.
If you staked ATOM via Citadel.one platform, you might have already received some JUNO tokens as a reward. To get and start staking them follow the instructions below.
How to stake your Juno via Citadel.one?
Step 1. Open the https://www.keplr.app page and find Juno on the networks list. Press the “Stake” button and the pop-up “Chain Add Request” window will appear. Press “Approve”.
Step 2. Click on the “Stake tokens” button.
Step 3. In the pop-up window click on the “Choose the validator” field.
Step 4. Now you see the list of all network validator nodes that you can delegate your Juno to. Scroll down and you will see the Citadel.one node. Click on it.
Step 5. Enter the number of tokens you want to stake in the special field and click “Stake”.
Step 6. Follow the instructions in the pop-up window and click “Next”.
Congrats! Now you are staking your JUNO via Citadel.one node and securing the Juno Network on a non-custodial basis.
Pay attention: Juno has not/will not conduct any form of sale. No seed round, private sale, or public sale. Juno tokens can be acquired via Osmosis.zone and Sifchain DEX only.
Sifchain DEX: JUNO/ROWAN
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