Juno Staking Guide
Juno is an open-source platform for interoperable smart contracts that automatically executes, controls, or documents a procedure of relevant events and actions according to the terms of such contract or agreement to be valid & usable across multiple sovereign networks.
Juno originates & evolves from a community-driven initiative, prompted by dozens of developers, validators & delegators in the Cosmos ecosystem. The shared vision is to preserve the neutrality, performance & reliability of the Cosmos Hub and offload smart contract deployment to a dedicated sister Hub.
In this article, we will show you how to stake $JUNO via the Citadel.one platform.
How to stake JUNO via Citadel.one?
In the Citadel.one app open the page of the JUNO address you need. Click “Start Staking”.
If you want to select another node for staking, click “Change”. In the “Amount” field, write down the number of JUNO tokens you want to delegate and click “Stake”.
Double-check the amount and commission fee. Enter your password in the text box and press the “Confirm” button.
When everything went fine you should see a “Success” screen. Here you can see your wallet address, the chosen node, the amount you staked, go to explorer to track your transaction, and add a comment to it. Press “Ok” and wait a bit, while the transaction is going through.
That’s it! Now you will begin receiving rewards based on how much JUNO you staked.
To learn more about the Juno project visit their official website.
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