DOT Staking Rewards

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Stake your DOT in simple steps.

Here are the five simple steps to stake your DOT and earn rewards by securing the Polkadot Relay Chain.

Go to your Wallet
Nowadays, most Polkadot Wallets come with a staking interface. In this case, we recommend using Talisman.
Open Talisman
Go to the Staking section on the menu
Click on Stake DOT
Add the amount, choose the pool and click Stake
Polkadot now features staking pools to allow DOT holders to stake from as low as 1 DOT.
Sign the transaction

FAQs about Polkadot

Here are some of the questions asked the most about Celestia.

Polkadot is a multi-chain blockchain platform that enables various blockchains to transfer messages and value in a trust-free fashion; sharing unique features and pooling their security.

Staking DOT allows you to participate in the network governance, secure the network, and earn staking rewards. It’s a way to contribute to the network’s efficiency and decision-making processes.

Staking rewards on Polkadot are influenced by several factors including total network staking ratio, validator performance, and commission rates. Rewards are typically distributed proportionally based on the amount of DOT staked after subtracting validator commissions.

Yes, one risk associated with staking is “slashing.” If the validator you have chosen behaves maliciously or incompetently (like going offline), a portion of staked DOT can be slashed. This underscores the importance of choosing a reliable validator.

Unbonding DOT from a validator takes approximately 28 days. During this period, you will not earn rewards and your DOT will remain locked.

XCM, or Cross-Consensus Messaging, is a language developed by Polkadot for communication between different blockchains (parachains), and even with external chains. It enables a variety of interactions including asset transfers, smart contract calls, and data sharing across different blockchain systems. This protocol is key to enabling interoperability within the Polkadot network and beyond, fostering a scalable multi-chain architecture where different blockchains can work together seamlessly and securely.