Secure & Safe
Your XTZ is always safe and secure. You will keep your XTZ on your own wallet which means it is totally risk-free for you to delegate on our service.
10% Dynamic Fee
We charge a 10% dynamic baking fee, which means you, as a delegate will receive 90% of all rewards attributed to your stake.
You are able to get an overview on you delegated XTZ. You can add you KT address to our dashboard, and then get a complete overview on your rewards.
Payout each cycle
We will make automatic payouts after each cycle. You rewards will be paid, 5 cycles after the cycle you got the rewards from.
Frequently Asked Questions
To delegate your XTZ to Staked, please use the following address: tz1TgvirXEwVJPg1cCrxT9zFubdzw7Ng6Ke9
Go to your wallet and move your XTZ to a KT address and then use the address above to delegate them to Tezosmoon.
Be aware that we do not pay out delegates to stakes below 1000 XTZ.
Yes, Tezosmoon cannot spend your XTZ, and your stake is never at risk. When you delegate to us, you do not transfer your XTZ to our wallet. That means we are only staking the XTZ on behalf of you.
You can see all latest updates below, from the official Tezos medium page.
A Tutorial Introduction to Michelson & Tezos, Part II: Hello Tezos
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2018.12.17 / 11min read. Read More
A Tutorial Introduction to Michelson & Tezos, Part I: Hello Michelson
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2018.12.17 / 9min read. Read More
A few directions to improve Tezos
In which I outline, for different categories, what seems to me as reasonable, immediate, directions for improving Tezos. The emphasis is…
2018.10.20 / 7min read. Read More
Towards Futarchy in Tezos
Futarchy, in a nutshell, is the governance technique of evaluating policies ex post while relying on a prediction market to determine the…
2018.08.19 / 12min read. Read More
The Forgotten Contracts
"Smart contracts aren't legal contracts," they say. They're right. But that's missing the point.
2018.06.05 / 8min read. Read More
Blockchains are not startups
On Blockchain Governance, Part 1: Blockchains should aspire to be decentralized institutions, not startup-governed networks.
2018.06.01 / 15min read. Read More