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Why choose us?

There are many stakepools, but not all of them provide the same professional service. See below why you should trust our stakepool.

ITN Proved

Our pool has been a member of the Cardano stakepool community since the very beginning. During the Incentivized testnet era, we minted 3.8k blocks and distributed 3.3M  in rewards.

Moderate Fees

We are setting our fees on a moderate level — 1.9 % + 340  fixed (min. fixed possible) — to cover our basic operational costs plus something extra to make it sustainable. However, the majority of the rewards are going to our delegators.

State-of-the-art Tools

We are using modern and well-proven tools that are considered the top class in the IT industry. Such tools include Kubernetes, Prometheus, and Grafana.

Great Connectivity

Our servers have a strategic position close to the big peering centre, providing great speed, latency, and stability of the Internet connection.

Helping Decentralization

Unlike most of the stakepools, we are running 100 % on bare metal servers. This helps to mitigate the single point of failure in cloud providers.

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We are ready to provide You the best service, running non-stop the whole year long.

How To Delegate?

All the instructions needed are provided on the Delegate Your Stake section on the official Cardano website.

Make sure you are delegating to our pools by verifying the pool ID:

  • NEO1: 789a856fb8fcfc7e7aeae5e32371a6eef447f667876adc6f74b1f52a
  • NEO (placeholder for the future): 320f46a8e7eea131e1fa9781d04dcd068e6816ae0d68f184d9aa5418

At the moment, there are two official wallets, which provide delegation capabilities. The first one is the Daedalus Wallet, which is developed by IOHK and runs as a full-node. The second one is a lightweight Yoroi Wallet developed by Emurgo. There are also other wallets, e.g. AdaLite.

Contact Us

If you have any questions, don't hesitate to contact us. Currently, we are providing support and updates on a Telegram group and Twitter.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • By the protocol design, there is a minimum fixed fee that the pool operators must set during the stakepool registration. It was specifically designed to prevent a "race-to-the-bottom" situation in which the pool operators would be forced to operate at a loss or quit the game. Also, without this minimum fee, the situation would encourage malicious actors to set up many stakepools with almost-zero fees, get huge delegations because of the pool's desirability and then they could control the network with the majority of the stake being at their possession.

  • That 2 ADA is the KeyDeposit required to register you stake address on the blockchain. You will get that 2 Ada back when you undelegate your wallet.