Everstake - Your trusted staking provider
We actively participate in blockchain's governance and support two Everscale nodes
Everstake team joined the Everscale network as one of the initial members at its launch, on May 7th 2020.
By supporting the Everscale ecosystem, we can create a better environment for the network growth and common benefit. Everstake is one of the initial network members, and we strive to get involved in Everscale ecosystem improvement at all levels. We participate in the voting process for every main governance proposal and support the blockchain when it comes to important updates and developments.
We maintain the decentralization and stability of the blockchain by running the latest version of the node on our highly secure enterprise-level hardware.
We see community as one of the most important components of every successful blockchain project. To support the Everscale community's health and growth, we frequently get involved in forum and chat interaction, aiming to provide up-to-date information and spark active discussions.
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Everscale is a new and unique blockchain design that proposes a scalable decentralized world computer, paired with a distributed operating system.
Everscale is based on a platform called Ever OS, capable of processing millions of transactions per second, with Turing-complete smart contracts and decentralized user interfaces.
Everscale presents some new and unique properties, such as dynamic multithreading, soft majority consensus and distributed programming, which enable it to be scalable, fast and secure at the same time. It is governed by a decentralized community founded upon meritocratic principles via Soft Majority Voting protocol.
Everscale has powerful developer tools, such as compilers for Solidity and C++, sdk and api, client libraries ported to more than 20 languages and platforms, a range of decentralized browsers and wallets empowering many applications in DeFi, NFT, tokenization and governance domains.
EVER is the main token of the Everscale Blockchain. Evers are used as fees for all on-chain transactions and for voting on all blockchain decisions via the EverDAO platform. Token’s ticker is $EVER and the symbol is Ē.
There’s also a test token Rubie. It has no value and is available for free for all developers to test their projects in the testnet before deploying them on the main network. You can get them here.
Validators can increase their stake by asking for delegation. Delegation is the opportunity for all token holders to stake in partnership with a Validator, leasing a small portion of their validating node. Delegators can lock their funds into a staking pool, and receive rewards at the end of every round, minus the fees paid to the Validator.
The process of staking in Everscale is performed via DePools — a special type of smart-contracts made for delegating tokens.
DePools collect tokens from multiple users and send them to the Elector smart-contract, which then rewards the DePool if the node, to which the DePool is connected, performed block validation successfully.
While choosing where to stake Ē, look for DePools with less fees, larger assurance and no skipped rounds and free capacity. You can check these parameters and pick a suitable DePool via the Everscale DePooler page.
Minimum staking amount also varies in different DePools. Usually it's in a 10-101Ē range
Staking is available in almost every wallet that supports Everscale. In most of them, however, a DePool is picked automatically.