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Delegating step by step
Solana is an open source project implementing a new, high-performance, permissionless blockchain. The Solana Foundation is based in Geneva, Switzerland and maintains the open source project. More - https://docs.solana.com/introduction
In order to stake tokens on Solana, you first will need to transfer some SOL into a wallet that supports staking, then follow the steps or instructions provided by the wallet to create a stake account and delegate your stake. Different wallets will vary slightly in their process for this but the general description is below.
Staking operations are supported by the following wallet solutions:
- SolFlare.com in conjunction with a keystore file or a Ledger Nano S. Check out our guide to using SolFlare for details.
- Solana command line tools can perform all stake operations in conjunction with a CLI-generated keypair file wallet, a paper wallet, or with a connected Ledger Nano S. Staking commands using the Solana Command Line Tools.
A stake account is a different type of account from a wallet address that is used to simply send and receive SOL tokens to other addresses. If you have received SOL in a wallet address you control, you can use some of these tokens to create and fund a new stake account, which will have a different address than the wallet you used to create it. Depending on which wallet you are using the steps to create a stake account may vary slightly. Not all wallets support stake accounts, see Supported Wallets.
After a stake account is created, you will likely want to delegate the SOL to a validator node.Everstake
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