Why Stake With KingSuper ?
Because we know you’ve got questions !
Staking refers to the process of holding and locking up a certain amount of a cryptocurrency in a wallet to support operations such as transaction validation and network security in a proof-of-stake (PoS) blockchain network
You can check out our staking guide on how to stake. The process just involves a couple of clicks
The amount of tokens you earn through staking depends on several factors, including the specific rules of the blockchain network, the amount of cryptocurrency you're staking, the total amount of cryptocurrency staked on the network, and the length of time you're willing to lock up your funds. Some networks may also factor in other variables. You can always check the Expected Annual Reward Rate for an estimation.
Yes, but after you unstake them, they go through an unbonding period. After the unbonding period is over, they can be moved freely.
Yes, you still own your tokens when you stake them. However, they are locked up in the network during the staking period, which means you can't sell or transfer them until they are unstaked or until the lock-up period ends, according to the network's specific staking rules.
Yes, it's possible to lose staked tokens, particularly in a system known as 'slashing.' This occurs when a participant, acting maliciously or negligently, violates the network's rules. We have a track record of zero slashes, so your tokens are safe with us.