Qtum (QTUM) Staking

Qtum (QTUM) Staking

QTUM (“quantum”) is a public open-sourced blockchain. Stake to Guarda own QTUM validator now!

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QTUM Validator Stats

Delegation Address: QZun3yDcB9vBetui2QvcekkmJPzonpjzV9


Status

Online

Uptime

100%

Balance

Total Balance (USD)

Annual Yield

6%

Min Delegation Amount

10 QTUM

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QTUM Price

How to Stake Qtum (QTUM)?

  • Step 1.

    Open your QTUM wallet on Guarda from the list on the left, click "Staking", then "Deposit for staking".

  • Step 2.

    Confirm the amount that you are about to stake.

  • Step 3.

    Finally, click "Next" and confirm the information to start earning your rewards.

FAQ

1. How do I stake QTUM?

Open your QTUM wallet on Guarda. Then click "staking" and Click "Deposit for staking." Select the amount how much would you like to stake. Finally, click "Next" and confirm the information to start earning your rewards.


2. How much QTUM do I need to stake?

You can start staking with only 10 QTUM but to increase the likelihood of receiving a reward for the created block, you will definitely need more coins.


3. Is it worth staking QTUM?

Even in cryptocurrency, there is no such thing as free money. However, the Qtum project provides a near-passive income opportunity from other idle cryptocurrency assets. It also gives token holders the opportunity to be a part of the next generation of cryptocurrency development. Users can expect annual returns of between 5% and 6%, according to QTUM. The more coins a user can provide to a Superstaker, the more likely that Superstaker will be chosen to earn rewards. So, usually staking is a good way to create passive income.


4. How does staking work on QTUM?

Staking is the process by which a user deposits a certain amount of cryptocurrency coins into a digital wallet, which is then used to validate transactions and secure the associated blockchain. Stakeholders are rewarded for storing cryptocurrency and contributing to the security of the blockchain.
Qtum uses a Delegated-Proof-of-Stake (DPoS) consensus mechanism to improve network efficiency. Because of DPoS, token holders who want to stake in the network do not need to validate transactions.


5. Can you lose money by staking QTUM?

Cryptocurrencies are speculative, complex, and volatile instruments. Performance is unpredictable, and past results are no guarantee of future results. But in general, staking is quite a safe way of passive income.


5. Is Staking QTUM safe?

Crypto assets are only secure when security measures are put in place.
Ensure that all important files, including seed phrases, are backed up. Never share private keys or a seed phrase, and always use an encrypted crypto wallet. It is best practice to keep a hard copy of your key identity validation data in a secure location.