What is Staking in Crypto (Definition + Rewards + Risks)



You might be wondering “What is Staking” when it comes to learning about cryptocurrencies. In this video, we will go over what …


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  1. Yes! We understand that we neglected your RIGHT EAR in this video. As comments about that came rolling in, we attempted to come up with creative responses. We have run out of those, because we were hoping if you were going to comment about the audio issue, you would see we mentioned it in other comments. Instead, we are making this pinned comment **so that you understand our first 3 videos have the same issue**. We wrote, recorded, animated, and marketed 40 videos in 3 months about complex crypto topics, so please forgive this issue. Subscribe to watch new videos that don't have this issue! Thanks 🙂

  2. I’m confused. If I stake my coins in say Cardano, does it mean that I’m telling the network to use my computer to solve the block puzzle? So, basically I’d have to promise to keep my computer on a certain amount of hours per day? Is that it?

  3. Do any of the videos explain layer 1 vs layer 2 and go over what those mean? Really appreciate these videos bc it's so much easier to understand than any other videos out there.

  4. Crypto Insanity is what staking it. Centralizing Nodes pushing down all competition from Node fees and blocks. I do not just hate crypto I loathe satan s scheme of dividing the meat by a game of chance

  5. Not the answer I was looking for.
    Can just leave my coins to stake and collect as time goes on. Do I have to be a miner to stake. Is there a minimum number of coins ir time…?

  6. I love the grounded reality of this channel..I believe < that the inflation is already priced in crypto market since the end of last year. These manipulative rats are always 2 steps ahead of everybody because they are market makers. I hope I’m wrong and they won’t keep dumping it on retail investors as always. Those who hold the longest will profit the most, I trade and hold profits keep up the great work! and also Lincoln Mount has been doing a great job reviewing all chart, trade and techniques on BTC which has enhance the growth of my portfolio to 20 BTC lately.

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  8. I must admit that this is a great video but know Crypto-currency trading is very volatile one as such is too risky for bigginers without basic knowledge to make good fortune out of it, I suggest you invest with a reputable broker and enjoy your returns.

  9. I also want to stake some crypto but usually miss the best options while they run out too fast 🙁 Is there a solution for that? How can I follow when there are new staking options??

  10. Been watching a lot of staking and I just earned my very first NFT and it was the Genesis from Nunu Spirits, one out of 3000 3D NFTs released in the blockchain

  11. An ex-colleague convinced me into stock trading and investment as a means of making more income maybe because of the few commissions she earns bringing people. Sad i fell, My portfolio have been down ever since. Next time, i will first spend my money on myself before investing.

  12. Wtf I was using just my right ear headphone and unplugged it bout 3 times before I saw the top comment.

  13. Ultimately when you cut through the BS…. crypto has no way of providing goods or services (and thus revenue) so it's a zero sum game.

    Someone please tell me how I am wrong.

  14. Determining that decentralization of a coin comes about solely through mining is very misleading. All you have to do is look at Bitcoin from 2016-2017 to see how the users themselves – running nodes that cost $200 – staved off a block size increase that was heavily favored and campaigned for by exchanges and large-scale miners.

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