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Staking minimums and maximums on Coinbase Prime

The various features of staking vary by individual asset protocols and by the validator type used to stake your assets. Review the definitions and table below to learn more about staking minimums and maximums on Coinbase Prime:

  • Active set minimum requirements: The protocol mandated minimum number of tokens for a validator to be in the active set, participate in consensus, and earn rewards.

  • Delegation minimum requirements: The protocol mandated minimum number of tokens required to delegate to a public shared validator.

  • Staking maximum: The maximum number of tokens that can be staked from a wallet.

Asset

Active set minimum requirements

Delegation minimum requirements

Staking maximum

Solana (SOL)

None

1 SOL

None

Tezos (XTZ)

8,700 XTZ

None

None

Polkadot (DOT)

1,845,000 DOT

124 DOT

None

Cosmos (ATOM)

39,000 ATOM

1 ATOM

None

Celo (CGLD)

1,700,000 CELO

None

17,000,000**

Ethereum (ETH)

32 ETH

Not applicable - see ETH guide for details

3200 per wallet

Requirements are dynamic. Visit https://www.stakingrewards.com* for the most current minimum requirement  

*Third-party website provided for information only. Coinbase has not verified and doesn't guarantee the accuracy of information provided on www.stakingrewards.com.

**Staking maximums are applicable per validator group. One group may reach their staking maximum while another doesn’t. An example of separate validator groups is Coinbase Cloud public validator and Coinbase Custody public validator.

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