StaFi (short for Staking Finance) is the first DeFi protocol unlocking liquidity of staked assets. Users can stake PoS tokens through StaFi and receive an equal amount of rTokens (short for reward-Token) in return, which are available for trading, while still earning staking rewards. FIS is the native token on the StaFi chain. FIS is required to provide security to the network by staking, pay for transaction fees on the StaFi chain, and mint and redeem rTokens.

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Return on Stake (ROS) and Fee

ROS: ~22%
Fee: 5%

Stafi Delegate Addresses


Stafi FAQs

We recommend using the Stafi JS web app in combination with the polkadot{.js} extension for either Firefox or Chrome. You can then safely generate your keys with the extension and manage your delegations (nominations) through the web app.

We also recommend setting up separate stash and controller accounts so that your stash can be held in cold storage, but that you are still able to manage your delegations and participate in governance with your controller account. Given that Stafi's underlying technology is build with Substrate, you can consult the Polkadot Wiki to set up these accounts and then nominate a validator to earn rewards.

Note that to participate in staking you need to lock (bond) your coins and that it takes 14 days until your funds will be transferrable after unbonding. Contact us with any questions you may have. We’re happy to help!

Only download wallets from the original sources, and never from a random link on the Internet!
The controller account is a semi-online key that is in the direct control of a user and can be used to start or stop nominating for a validator or several validators. Controller keys should hold some FIS to pay for fees, but they should not be used to hold huge amounts or life savings. Since they will be exposed to the internet with relative frequency, they should be treated carefully and occasionally replaced with new ones.

The stash account is a key that will, in most cases, be a cold wallet, existing on a piece of paper in a safe or a hardware wallet. It should rarely, if ever, be exposed to the Internet. The stash key is intended to hold a large amount of funds. It should be thought of as a savings account at a bank, which ideally is only ever touched in urgent conditions.

Since the stash key is kept offline, it must be set to have its funds bonded to a particular controller, which will never be able to actually move or claim the funds in the stash key [source].
Rewards can be claimed after every era, which last 6 hours in Stafi. Payouts are not automatic, but can be initiated by anyone, irrespective of delegation status to a respective validator. If rewards are not claimed within 21 days, they expire and will be lost. Although payouts can be initiated by anyone, we regularly trigger payouts and ensure that rewards never expire for our delegators.

If you wish to initiate payouts yourself, you can do so via the staking payouts page on the Stafi JS online app, where you will see a list of validators that you have nominated in the past 84 eras. Each one has the option to trigger the payout for all unclaimed eras. Note that this will pay everyone who was nominating that validator during those eras, and anyone can call it.
There are many exchanges out there that fake trading volume, and thus, these cannot be trusted. Find below a list of exchanges whom we trust to buy FIS:
The link provided includes a referral, so if you use it to register on Huobi, we'll receive a commission.

Although we trust this exchange to behave fairly, we advise to never leave your crypto on any exchange long-term and instead use local cold storage.