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How To Delegate To Us?


Simple and Easy

Important: Only download Daedalus or Yoroi directly from the official website.

  • 1

    Go to delegate center

    Download and create wallet. Navigate to delegation center after wallet synced with the blockchain.

  • 2

    Select stake pool

    Selected your wallet for staking. Choose ADAM stake pool from the list of validators

  • 3

    Delegate your stake

    Enter your spending password. Pay a small fee to delegate. Start waiting for staking reward after having received a congratulatory message.

Daedalus wallet
Daedalus Wallet
  • A desktop, full-node hierarchical deterministic (HD) wallet for ada cryptocurrency, bundled with full Cardano node.
  • Stores the entire history of Cardano blockchain and validates all blocks and transactions for fully trustless and autonomous operation.
  • Runs on Windows, Mac, and Linux operating systems
Yoroi wallet
Yoroi Wallet
  • A lite hierarchical deterministic (HD) wallet for ada cryptocurrency, running as a Chrome or Firefox extension.
  • Connects to a full Cardano node hosted by a third party (Emurgo).
  • Runs on Windows, Mac, and Linux, as well as iOS and Android.

Staking ADA is at zero-risk to you.

You can unstake or redelegate ADA at any time.

Staking rewards are paid in ADA into your wallet directly.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Cardano?

Cardano is the world's first peer-reviewed blockchain. The nonprofit foundation responsible for Cardano assembled a network of academics and scientists from various universities, including the University of Edinburgh and Tokyo Institute of Technology, to review its protocols before they are released. It is a third-generation cryptocurrency and smart contract platform that claims to improve upon the scaling problems of bitcoin, a first-generation coin, and ethereum, which belongs to the second- generation.

Ada Is The Native Token Of Cardano. It is named after Ada Lovelace: a 19th-century mathematician who is recognized as the first computer programmer, and is the daughter of the poet Lord Byron.

Ada is a digital currency. Any user, located anywhere in the world, can use ada as a secure exchange of value – without requiring a third party to mediate the exchange. Every transaction is permanently, securely, and transparently recorded on the Cardano blockchain. Every ada holder also holds a stake in the Cardano network. Ada stored in a wallet can be delegated to a stake pool to earn rewards – to participate in the successful running of the network – or pledged to a stake pool to increase the pool's likelihood of receiving rewards. In time, ada will also be usable for a variety of applications and services on the Cardano platform.

You can buy or sell ada for fiat or other cryptocurrencies using cryptocurrency exchanges. As an ada holder, it is important to keep your funds secure, and that means you need to keep your private keys private. It is highly recommended to avoid keeping your cryptocurrency in an exchange longer than necessary, and instead to use a cryptocurrency wallet. We recommend either a full-node wallet like Daedalus, or the browser-based Yoroi.

What is staking?

Staking is the process of participating in transaction validation on a proof-of-stake (PoS) blockchain. It is through stake delegation (delegating your ADA to a pool) that rewards can be earned. Staking ADA delegates your wallet address to a pool, there is thus no need to be continuously online to stake as the pool you are delegating to has this responsibility. There is a minimum ADA requirement of ~10 ADA to stake and there is no lockup period. You can move your ADA at any time.

Stake pools are run by stake pool operators. These are network participants with the skills to reliably ensure consistent uptime of a node, which is essential in ensuring the success of the Ouroboros protocol and the Cardano network as a whole.

No, there are no downsides to staking your ADA as long as you follow good security practices (Don't share your 24 word seed phrase + write these down on 2-3 pieces of paper and store them somewhere safe you will remember. These are a backup in case you need to restore your ADA wallet if your PC breaks/other incident). There is never a risk of losing your money through staking as you still have full control of those funds, not the stake pool / operator. Do not rush any transactions & take your time, consider sending a small test transaction amount if you are transferring to / from exchanges.

Staking has a 2ADA and some transaction costs as a deposit to the protocol. If you cancel the staking setting, the deposit fee of 2ADA will be refunded.

The delegation to the validator, Cardano's PoS, becomes active after two selected epochs. The flow from the actual delegation to the payment of compensation is as follows. Example: Epoch 100 (Delegation) → Epoch 101 (Take a snapshot of delegation status) → Epoch 102 (Delegation becomes active) → Epoch 103 (Calculate reward) → Epoch 104 → (Payment of reward) Note that all pool operators only generate blocks. The payment schedule is the same for all pools. All payments for your rewards are automatically processed by the protocol and the pool operator has no access to or involvement in the rewards.

No, if you are staking with Daedalus / Yoroi or other means you are delegating your wallet address (it is an interface). Closing your application will have no impact on rewards/ the staking process. The pool you are delegating to has the responsibility to stay online and process blocks for rewards that will be distributed to delegators.

No. You will get the rewards for the current epoch as the snapshot is taken at the beginning of each epoch.

What is wallet?

A wallet is a software program that creates, stores and manages access to the private and public key pairs that control funds on a blockchain. You can use different wallets but, as long as you’re using same private key, you would have access to the same funds on chain. Wallets in the Cardano ecosystem are Hierarchical Deterministic (HD) and based on the UTXO model - and for good reasons. Before diving into these terms, lets review the basics regarding keys.

What is Daedalus wallet?

Daedalus is a full-node desktop wallet developed by IOHK. Daedalus is unique in that it downloads a full copy of the Cardano blockchain and independently validates every transaction in its history. This provides maximum security and completely trustless operation, without centrally hosted third-party servers.

Yoroi is EMURGO's one-click-install, light wallet for Cardano. With Yoroi, it is not necessary to download a copy of the blockchain’s history. This makes it a simple, fast way to store and transact your ada (₳). Yoroi is the perfect day-to-day wallet for any Cardano user available as either a web-based extension or a downloadable app.

Please visit Daedalus to download and install the latest version of Daedalus wallet for the Cardano mainnet. Never download Daedalus from non-official, untrusted sources. Scammers may create fake copies of Daedalus and attempt to trick you into downloading the wallet from a different source. If you download Daedalus from an unofficial source, you put your ada at serious risk of being stolen. Please also remember, Daedalus does NOT have a mobile application.

Yoroi can be found and installed through the Chrome Store.

How to delegate in Deadalus wallet?

After creating the wallet click middle icon in the left menu to go to "Delegation center" and then click "Stake pools". Type ADAM in Search stake pools box, then select the ADAM box. Next click "Delegate to this pool". You should get a popup where you select the wallet. Click "Continue".