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How to stake ETH on imToken

Learn how to find a fitting Eth2 staking solution for your ETH right in your mobile wallet

Different ways to stake your ETH

The ways you can stake your ETH with differences in security and complexity. Let’s see how to evaluate security.

  1. Withdrawal keys allow you to withdraw ETH, once that’s enabled. Similar to Eth1 private keys, withdrawal keys give you ownership over the ETH (including gains or losses).

How to stake ETH in imToken

We try to integrate all Eth2 staking services that are available on mobile. So far you can choose between full custodial services, Node-as-a-Service custodians and staking pools.

Staking pools — The convenient way: Lido, Ankr Staker


To stake with Lido, click the ‘Lido’ icon, enter an ETH amount and ‘Stake’. That’s it. Simple.


To stake with Ankr (Stkr), click the Ankr DApp icon, then click ‘Launch App’ and ‘Start staking’.

So what’s the difference between Ankr and Lido?

Ankr users pay 15%, Lido users pay 10% of staking rewards. Be aware that those might change though.

Staking-as-a-service:, StakedUs

Sometimes also called ‘validator-as-a-service’ is similar to having a web server run on a hosting service such as AWS instead of your own server at home.


HashQuark, InfStones and Cream are listed in imToken and provide custodial services. You can contact them under the ‘Eth2 Staking’ section in your Ethereum wallet in imToken. There are really many more custodial services.

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