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Staking validator addresses and partial staking amounts on Coinbase Prime

The various features of staking vary by individual asset protocols and by the validator type used to stake your assets. This includes the ability to stake assets to multiple validator addresses and staking partial amounts of a wallet balance. Review the definitions and table below to learn more about validator addresses and partial amounts on Coinbase Prime:

Multiple validator addresses: The ability for you to stake assets from your staking wallet to multiple validator addresses. This is applicable to specific assets. Note: The ability to to stake from your staking wallet to a single validator address is applicable to all assets.

Partial amounts allowed: The ability for you to stake a partial balance from your staking wallet to a validator. This means you can also unstake a partial balance from a validator to your staking wallet. Partial amounts allowed is applicable to specific assets. Note: You can stake your entire wallet balance from your staking wallet to a validator as well. This means you also unstake your entire balance from a validator to a staking wallet. Entire amounts allowed is applicable to all assets.

Asset

Multiple validator addresses

Partial amounts allowed

Solana (SOL)

No

No

Tezos (XTZ)

No

No

Polkadot (DOT)

Yes

Yes

Cosmos (ATOM)

No

No

Celo (CGLD)

No

No

Ethereum (ETH)

Not applicable. Each increment of 32 ETH is staked to a different validator but you can’t choose your validator

Yes, only in increments of 32 ETH

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