A Cardano Stake Pool Operator

 

FAQs

How do I stake with Anejo Stake Pool?


Open your wallet (Daedalus or Yoroi), go to the Delegation Center, search us out under the name ANEJO and click “delegate”.




Are there any risks to staking my ADA?


No. Your ADA never leaves your wallet. You are only delegating your ADA to our pool so your funds stay safely in your wallet.

Under no circumstances should you ever send your ADA to anyone when staking. Your funds should always stay safely in your wallet.




Does staking lock up my ADA?


No. Your ADA is never locked up and you can spend, or send your ADA whenever you’d like.




When do I get my ADA rewards?


Rewards will be automatically paid to your wallet by the Cardano protocol after every Epoch (5 days period). Please note that if this is your first time staking it will take approximately 15-20 days




How can I contact you?


You can reach us via Twitter at and Telegram at Anejo Pool




What are your fees?


Our fee is 1%. We use it to maintain our servers and staking infrastructure.




What is Cardano Staking?


Staking Cardano is a great way to earn passive ADA income. You can view it as earning interest on your ADA crypto holdings. By staking your ADA to a stake pool, you actively support the Cardano network by allocating resources to it and contribute to the stability of the network. In return for your support & delegation, you earn ADA tokens as a reward.




Who Are We?


We are a Texas based stake pool managed by experienced IT professionals. We offer enterprise level performance, stability, and security for secure staking. Our aim to provide our delagators with a seemless staking experience that produces consistent ADA rewards. We are passionate about Cardano and enjoy sipping a good Anejo with friends.





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