You can stake the following assets on Coinbase Prime: Tezos (XTZ), Polkadot (DOT), Cosmos (ATOM), Solana (SOL), Celo (CGLD), Ethereum (ETH). Expand each section below to learn how to stake assets and how to view staked assets and rewards. Note: While you can stakes additional assets outside of Coinbase Prime using Coinbase Cloud services, this article is only applicable to the assets listed above when staking on Coinbase Prime.
To stake assets:
From the portfolio tab, search for the asset.
Click the asset to open the asset page.
Under Vault Balance, click the … ellipses icon next to the wallet you’d like to use.
You must have a vault wallet (cold wallet) set up and deposit funds prior to staking.
After reviewing the information in the pop-up window, click Continue.
You may be required to sign a staking addendum.
Choose a recommended validator or enter a validator address.
Enter the amount of tokens you’d like to stake.
Some assets require a minimum or maximum value set by the network. Additionally, some allow you to stake partial amounts of a wallet, while others require you to use the entire amount in a wallet.
Click Initiate Staking.
You must meet consensus approvals before you request to stake is initiated.
After your assets are staked:
The banner at the top of the staking page reflects the total amount of staked assets..
Under Wallets, you’ll see a STAKED flag next to the wallets that are staked
The balance next to each wallet is a sum of the information below. Hover over the black information dot next to the balance to view:
Withdrawable funds that have been deposited into the wallet but haven't been restaked, they aren’t earning rewards
Stake funds that have been staked
Pending reward amounts that are attributed to staked amounts that haven't been distributed to the wallet
Unbonding funds that are in the process of being unbonded, they aren’t earning rewards and they’re not withdrawable
For ETH, you may see a lock icon next to the balance because your assets are locked in your staking wallet by the network
Under the individual wallets for ATOM and ETH, you’ll see the pending rewards that will be added to your wallet once they’re available.
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