Staking Blobber/Validator

To participate in allocation selection on the Züs network, you must stake a minimum of 20 ZCN, which enables you to potentially earn rewards. This document will guide you through the steps to stake ZCN on a blobber, including the initial mandatory stake on the validator.

Step 1: Choose Stake Amount

Navigate to the "Select Amount" section and enter the amount you wish to stake on the blobber. A minimum total of 20 ZCN is required, with 10 ZCN allocated to a blobber and 10 ZCN to the validator.

Note : When staking for the first time, users will be required to stake on both the blobber and the validator. Staking on the validator is a one-time requirement, with a mandatory minimum stake of 10 ZCN.

Click "Next" to proceed.

Step 2: Confirm Stake Details

Review your staking details, including the "Amount to Stake" and the "Fees" for the transaction. Here you have the option to adjust the transaction fees according to the processing speed you prefer: slow, medium, fast or a custom fee.

Note : A higher fee increases the likelihood of a quicker transaction

After reviewing the stake details and selecting your preferred transaction speed, click on "Confirm and Stake" to continue with the process.

Step 3: Payment Method

Choose to "Pay from existing balance" if you have sufficient ZCN, or select "Get" to acquire more ZCN.

After selecting your payment method, wait for the transaction to process. This may take a few seconds

Step 4: Transaction Confirmation

Once the stake is processed, a confirmation message will appear, confirming your submitted stake for the selected amount of ZCN. Optionally, click "View on Explorer" to verify the transaction on the blockchain.

Click "Back to Stake Page" to finish or to start another staking transaction.

By following these steps, you'll successfully stake ZCN on a blobber. If you have any questions or encounter any issues, please join our Discord for further assistance. Our team and the community members are available to help troubleshoot your concerns and provide guidance.

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