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What is Staking?

What is Staking?

Stacking involves holding funds in a cryptocurrency wallet to support the security and operations of a blockchain network.
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Refer & Earn

Refer & Earn

Earn crypto rewards by referring other stakers.You gain a share of the staking rewards for the whole staking lifetime.
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Staking Rewards

Staking Rewards

Cake4u is a platform that empowers you to be in control of your finances by creating cashflow and harnessing the potentials of Decentralized Finance.
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Staking at Cake4U

Staking cryptocurrency made easy. We run the nodes, so you don’t have to.

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At a very basic level, “staking” means locking your crypto assets in a proof-of-stake blockchain for a certain period of time. These locked assets are used to achieve consensus, which is required to secure the network and ensure the validity of every new transaction to be written to the blockchain. Those who stake their coins in a PoS blockchain are usually called “validators.” For locking their assets and providing services to the blockchain, validators are rewarded with new coins from the network.

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Is Staking the same as Mining or Cloud Mining?

No, it is something completely different and has nothing to do with each other.

Mining, or Cloud Mining, is part of the Proof of Work (PoW) consensus algorithm, whereas, as explained at [What is staking] is part of the Proof of Stake (PoS) consensus algorithm.

Be vary, many Cloud Mining services are unfortunately very scammy.

What is a Node?

A node is a computer with a certain setup that runs the cryptocurrency’s needed software and validates transactions. A miner or staker always operates a so-called full node (complete copy of the blockchain). This way the correctness of transactions are guaranteed. If a miner or staker shows a different set of data, it would immediately stick out as wrong.

What is a Masternode?

All Proof of Stake consensus algorithms are using masternodes. A masternode not only stores all the data of the blockchain, but also has a minimum number of coins that is locked up. With this, a masternode helps with certain tasks/functions on the blockchain, for example verifying transactions, or helping with consensus, providing privacy features or others. For some cryptocurrencies, these have a higher weight in the vote on updates. For providing these functions in a Proof of Stake consensus algorithm, masternodes receive rewards from the respective cryptocurrency.

Can I run a masternode myself? Why should I use Cake4U?

You certainly can if you fulfill the criterias which involves technical knowledge and financial commitment – two of the aspect that only few people are able or want to meet. An important aspect of a masternode is the minimum amount a node must meet. For a Dash Masternode, for example, 1000 coins are necessary.

If a masternode does not meet the minimum requirement, it no longer qualifies as a master node and loses its privileges. This minimum amount always involves a certain amount of coins in the network. Depending on the price of the coin, this amount can be very high to cover as individual. In addition to that, you have to have the needed technical equipment and knowledge. 

The more diversified you want to set up your Masternode portfolio, the higher the capital requirements of the individual. The higher the own capital requirement, the higher the risk share in the crypto market. A masternode pool thus offers maximum diversification (distribution) of the risk.

What is the difference between Coin and Staking Shares?

Coin is depositable and withdrawable, but do not provide any staking returns.
Coin is convertible to Staking Shares at 1:1 rate.

Staking shares is not directly depositable nor withdrawable, but provide staking returns.
Staking shares can be sold for Coin.

How are the returns shown on the website calculated?

The returns that are shown on Cake4U is net of all fees. It is the return that you are expected to get by staking at Cake4U. However, due to the uncertain nature of blockchain, the returns provided are indicative. We have an automated microservice that calculate the returns every couple of minutes to give you the most up-to-date numbers.

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