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Betting on Ethereum


Staking on Ethereum is a process that allows users to earn rewards for validating transactions on the Ethereum network. It is a form of proof-of-stake consensus mechanism, which is an alternative to the traditional proof-of-work consensus mechanism used by Bitcoin.

In proof-of-stake, users stake their Ether (ETH) tokens to validate transactions on the Ethereum network. This means that users must lock up their Ether tokens in a smart contract, and in return, they receive rewards for validating transactions. The rewards are paid out in the form of newly minted Ether tokens.

The amount of rewards that users receive depends on the amount of Ether they stake. The more Ether they stake, the more rewards they will receive. This incentivizes users to stake more Ether, as it increases their chances of receiving rewards.

Staking on Ethereum is a great way for users to earn passive income. It is also a great way for users to support the Ethereum network and help it grow. By staking their Ether tokens, users are helping to secure the network and ensure that it remains secure and reliable.

Staking on Ethereum is becoming increasingly popular, as more users are looking for ways to earn passive income. It is also becoming more accessible, as there are now a number of platforms that allow users to easily stake their Ether tokens.

Overall, staking on Ethereum is a great way for users to earn passive income and support the Ethereum network. It is becoming increasingly popular, and more accessible, as there are now a number of platforms that allow users to easily stake their Ether tokens.

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  2. It’s a personal decision, do you want to control your own coins or do you want to take some risk for some profit? If I was you, which I’m not, I’d hodl all my ETH on a hardware wallet and not think about selling it till the year 2030.

  3. Regardless of safety, coinbase apy is 3.6% and rocketpool or Lido is 6%+, Binance is 3-5% varying day to day.

    The increased risk using defi is balanced out by higher reward. Your belief in exchange safety is subjective and personal, as is how comfortable you are with security and taxes interacting with defi.

  4. I personally use rocketpool, you still have self custody if you just hold rETH. You are now staking ETH.

    Depending how much ETH you have, you can run a minpool with 16ETH. They are also releasing LEB8’s soon, running a validator with 8ETH of your own and 24ETH from rETH holders.

    Their website has some great resources and their discord is super helpful! Any specific questions I am happy to try to help with! Good on you for looking for alternative opinions. Be safe & enjoy!

  5. I am in the same boat like you, I don’t trust those pools like Lido. I don’t trust staking through exchanges.
    So my ETH stays in Ledger for now

  6. I am also trying to decide what to do. I have some ETH staked on a CEX which is the only staking I have on a CEX. Trying to decide if I am ready to make the plunge to rocketpool or Lido

  7. some wallets have the built in stuff too, or u can literally just swap (since it’s taxed either way, but super dumb to do in my opinion) like ETH to rETH or ETH to stETH. I’ve used lido also, no issues

  8. And remember to stake a good amount, less than 1k would probably get your rewards eaten by fees, especially in a bull run. You have at least 4 transactions

  9. Rocketpool and stakewise, all you need 🙂 stakewise will soon introduce v3 which will fully decentralise the staking, similar to rocketpool as far as I understand.

  10. I planned on staking half on CB and half on RocketPool after the upgrade. That way I can balance out the pros and cons of each. Coinbase, for being a CEX, is a reliable NYSE listed company very active in the ecosystem and community while Rpool seems to be the popular DeFi choice (I plan to look more into it but I like what I’ve read so far).

  11. I’ve recently started staking with Rockpool using my exodus wallet. I’ve been waiting for the upgrade as I didn’t have enough Eth for a full node.
    All I had to do was trade my Eth for Reth and it was as simple as that.

    But I haven’t put all my eggs into one basket as you never know what the future brings! (Hopefully very bright)

  12. Just keep it on your hardware wallet and don’t complicate your life. It’s just not worth it, so don’t be greedy. It’s no accident that ledger disclaims responsibility when betting through it. It’s always best to have access at any time and be able to sell instantly if necessary.

  13. I believe it is in the long term roadmap to make the staking minimum much lower, but I could be mistaken. I think Vitalik talked about this on his most recent appearance on Bankless. If true, you could just stack until this is implemented. Of course, this could also be years and years down the road.

  14. The cost of running a validator node on Tezos (which has been running proof of stake since 2018) is 6,000 XTZ or $6,900. You’re right to be paranoid about giving up custod of your coins.

    If it were me I’d be fractionally depositing ETH to an exchange, trading to Tezos and withdrawing XTZ to ledger.

  15. I don’t know. Liquid staking does introduce an additional layer of smart contract risk. After all the recent smart contract exploits across defi it’s made me a bit risk adverse, especially after losing all of my moons in the Sushiswap exploit.


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