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StaFi (FIS)

What is StaFi (FIS)?

StaFi is an Ethereum token that powers StaFi, a cross-chain protocol for trading staked assets as derivatives (also called “liquid staking”). Users can stake proof of stake assets via StaFi to receive “rTokens” (for example, staking 1 XTZ on StaFi might generate 1 rXTZ), which can be freely traded and redeemed for a corresponding amount of the locked and staked asset. FIS is used for staking and minting rTokens, and for paying transaction fees on the network.

What products support FIS?

 Send/ReceiveTrading
Coinbase            ✔      ✔
Pro           ✔      ✔
Wallet           ✔     ✖️

What regions support FIS?

 USNYCANEUUKDESGJP
Coinbase   ✔ ✖️  ✔ ✔ ✔✖️ ✖️✖️
Pro   ✔ ✖️  ✔ ✔ ✔✖️ ✖️✖️
Wallet ✖️ ✖️  ✖️ ✖️ ✖️✖️ ✖️✖️

Crypto to fiat trading pairs

  US  UK  EU 
USD   ✔ ✖️✖️
GBP  ✖️  ✖️
✖️
EUR  ✖️  ✖️ ✖️

Crypto to crypto trading pairs 

See the full list of countries that Coinbase supports for crypto-to-crypto trading.

  USDCBTC
ETHUSDT
FIS    ✖️  ✖️
 ✖️   ✔

How many confirmations are needed for FIS?

FIS requires 14 network confirmations. Learn about transaction confirmations.

Which blockchain network hosts FIS?

FIS is hosted on Ethereum.

What are the minimum and maximum withdrawal amounts?

Coinbase has implemented safeguards to ensure a healthy and efficient network both on-chain and through our platform.

These safeguards include both minimum and maximum amounts for each cryptocurrency we allow customers to send through the blockchain. These amounts vary by asset and are subject to change.

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