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Cardano hodlers can delegate to ALL1 stake pool to help secure the network and earn rewards through passive income.
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We’ve decided to set the fees at a low rate. We prefer to stay low and help Cardano Community for the implementation of this ecosystem. Fee is not a percentage of your whole investment, but rather a small percentage of the rewards
All precautions have been taken to secure ALL1 and its private keys. The server is a bare metal system with all security best practices applied. Cold keys are stored offline , encrypted and never come into contact with an internet enabled device!
Nodes actively playing a large role on the Geographical decentralization of the Cardano network. With relay servers around the world we help make the network faster and easier to use for everyone!
The Status of the Pools and Nodes Displayed is in real time and unfiltered. Daily reports are published on twitter and facebook, with exact numbers for the current and next epoch.
While we are helping to spread Cardano mass adoption, we care about delegators protection and we wish to guarantee security to the maximum extent. The upcoming Voltaire voting system will give the delegators bigger control over the Cardano network.
ALL1 is backed by an experienced team of highly skilled engineers, with over 30 years of experience in cyber security and robust data architecture systems. Holders of ADA can delegate their minting obligations to ALL1, to collect your minting rewards for you at all times, so you can focus on the more important things in life. These regular rewards provide a passive income to all stakeholders staking with [ALL1].
The ultimate goal of All Cardano is to be the all-in-one solution for all the latest Cardano news and offer a wide array of services for developers prepared to build on Cardano.
Our clients – both corporate and private ones – will access all the services they need from a single platform. Blockchain technology gives us the chance to grow together and earn better returns.
The way staking works is you delegate staking from your wallet to the pool of your choice. The funds NEVER leave your wallet and you can spend or transfer them at any time. The only risk when it comes to staking is that you pick a pool that is not reliable and so you miss out on rewards.
You should never, ever send ADA to any staking pool.
To earn rewards, you only need to delegate all, or some of your stake to [ALL1] stake pool by using your Daedalus Wallet.
What is a Cardano staking pool?
A staking pool is a core node in Cardano’s peer-to-peer payment network. It generates blocks for Cardano’s blockchain on behalf of the stakeholders in the staking pool, thus earning regular rewards for the stakeholders.
How to stake Cardano?
1. DOWNLOAD AND INSTALL DAEDALUS WALLET
You can create multiple wallet addresses within Daedalus and delegate your ada to different stake pools.
We recommend using Daedalus wallet to stake. Be sure to download the lates version from cardano.org
2. GO TO THE DELEGATION CENTER IN DAEDALUS
On the left of your Daedalus Wallet, click the network icon. This takes you in the delegation center.
You’ll need to sync your wallet with the blockchain and have ada stored in the wallet before you start delegating.
3. SELECT THE WALLET CONTAINING THE ADA TO BE STAKED
In the delegation center, you will see a list of your wallets. Select the wallet which holds the ada you wish to stake.
Click the ‘Delegate’ button.
Select your wallet, and click continue.
4. SELECT ALL1 STAKE POOL
Here, you can start typing ‘ALL1’ pool to delegate.
Enter your spending password and pay a small fee in ada to delegate.
5. DELEGATE YOUR STAKE
You will receive a message congratulating you on delegating your stake. You have now successfully delegated your ada stake to ALL1 pool and you can start waiting for your staking rewards.
Changes to delegation preferences takes effect after 2 epochs.
Why do we need Cardano SL staking pools?
Stakeholders of Cardano’s ADA coin are randomly selected to generate blocks for Cardano’s blockchain. When a stakeholder is selected, they must be online and connected to the Cardano network in order to generate a valid block, and to earn minting rewards in return.
This is done to maintain the protocol in a decentralised fashion. However, the probability of a stakeholder being selected is proportional to the size of their stake. This means that the more ADA coins a stakeholder has, the more likely they are to be selected. As a reference, a stakeholder who owns 20,000.00 ADA is selected approximately once per year to generate a block, and earn a reward. Stakeholders can gather their ADA coins in staking pools, thus increasing the stake of the staking pool, and increasing their probability of being selected. When a stakeholder in a staking pool is selected, the staking pool will also complete the block creation obligations on behalf of the stakeholder. This results in frequent rewards for all stakeholders, even when they are offline. CryptOasis is one of these staking pools, operating at all times, so you will never miss any rewards.
What does All Cardano pool do?
ALL1 provides a high availability core nodes for stakeholders who cannot be online 24/7, and want to earn minting rewards proportional to their delegated stake. The ultimate goal of All Cardano is to be the all-in-one solution for all the latest Cardano news and offer a wide array of services for developers prepared to build on Cardano.
Do I need to join to a staking pool?
No. Joining a staking pool is not required, but it is highly recommended if you do not run a full node 24/7. Joining a staking pool also helps secure the Cardano blockchain, while earning you frequent rewards.
Should I join a staking pool?
If you cannot be connected to the Cardano network at all times, and wish to earn frequent minting rewards, then yes.
Should I join to the largest stake pools?
Joining the largest staking pools is not recommended. This could lead to unevenly distributed staking pools, where a few number of large pools dominate the block generation in the network, which can drastically affect Cardano network’s stability and security.
Do I need to send ADA to a pool to earn rewards?
No. You should never, ever send ADA to any staking pool.
To earn rewards, you only need to delegate all, or some of your stake to your selected staking pools by using your Daedalus Wallet.
We’re happy to answer any questions about stake pools.
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