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Pooled Staking at Btcpop

staking pool post image of laptop with staking wallets and "Just hold POS coins at btcpop and watch them grow" and btcpop logo

If you hold Proof of Stake coins at Btcpop’s staking pool, you will receive the staking rewards for those coins minus a small administration fee for Btcpop hosting the staking pool. It is really that simple.

If you have been around the cryptocurrency industry long enough, you will probably have heard of proof-of-stake mining. The process of mining a proof of stake coin is often referred to as Staking.

staking pool post image of proof of work vs proof of stake

Most cryptocurrency including the first and largest one Bitcoin, use proof-of-work mining to secure the blockchain. This has proven to be very secure and effective, but has some drawbacks like expensive energy usage and the need for specialized mining computers. Proof of stake is an alternative method.

“Proof of Stake is a type of algorithm by which a cryptocurrencyblockchain network aims to achieve distributed consensus. Unlike Proof-of-Work (PoW) based cryptocurrencies (such as bitcoin), where the algorithm rewards participants who solve complicated cryptographical puzzles in order to validate transactions and create new blocks (i.e. mining), in PoS-based cryptocurrencies the creator of the next block is chosen in a deterministic (pseudo-random) way, and the chance that an account is chosen depends on its wealth (i.e. the stake).”- Wikipedia

While the topic is very interesting and can be delved into in detail, Btcpop makes it very simple.

All you need to do is deposit or buy POS Coins and they will be added to Btcpop’s Staking Pool

For example if you hold BitBean in your Btcpop account, you will receive staking rewards in regular intervals from the Btcpop staking pool. Btcpop does all the work and all you have to do is hold the POS coin in your wallet. Accurate up to date statistics are kept for you, so you don’t even need to do that.

If you don’t have any proof of stake coins and want to try it out first head over to Btcpop’s POS Altcoin faucet and claim some free POS coins.

Staking rewards happen at different times for different currencies and wallets. Sometimes staking is very often, and sometimes not for weeks. You can see them on happen live on your dashboard feed like below. Btcpop takes out a 2% fee for facilitating and distributing staking rewards. However, for most coins the compounding effect will more than make up for 2% fee and in many cases you will earn more with Btcpop’s pooled staking.

btcpop's staking pool post image of btcpop staking payouts

In your altcoin statement (below), you can see I just received a staking reward for the 137182 BITB I had in my account. The final reward for was about 6.87 BITB.  Going forward your rewards will compound the longer you leave them in there. For example, I started with 130,000 BITB in this wallet and now it is 137,182.

Like everything at Btcpop, accurate statistics are kept to track your investment performance. You can track your individual performance or see Btcpops total performance for all POS coins on your alt-statement page. When logged in you can view overall staking statistics here:  or if your not logged in here:

Here are some Apr Estimates: more accurate stats in links above

As of 5/9/17

APR Estimations done by Btcpop user Valareos 2 week average on forum thread 4/13/17

Coin (ticker)Estimtated APR Coin (ticker)Estimtated APR
Sproutscoin (SPRTS)690.62%Blocknet (BLOCK)7.84%
LetItRide (LIR)224.25%Nav Coin (NAV)7.58%
Tekcoin (TEK)125.33%LiteDoge (LDOGE)6.47%
AquariusCoin (ARCO)114.09%Blackcoin (BLK)6.38%
1337 (1337)95.44%Boostcoin (BOST)4.96%
HyperStake (HYP)70.71%ReddCoin (RDD)4.79%
HoboNickels (HBN)61.65%eMark (DEM)4.64%
BitBean (BITB)58.27%Cloakcoin (CLOAK)3.86%
Clams (CLAM)33.83%Shadowcoin (SDC)3.81%
Radium (RADS)25.10%SecretCoin (SCRT)2.92%
CoExistCoin (COXST)24.82%PotCoin (POT)2.58%
Bitcoinplus (XBC)20.80%BitBay (BAY)1.75%
Rimbit (RBT)18.10%Ambercoin (AMBER)1.41%
Diamond (DMD)13.33%Gridcoin (GRC)1.23%
Okcash (OK)9.62%Mintcoin (MINT)0.79%
EverGreenCoin (EGC)9.37%Audiocoin (ADC)0.26%
BiosCrypto (BIOS)8.06%Zeitcoin (ZEIT)0.01%
Blocknet (BLOCK)7.84%

The most notable POS implementation will likely be on the Ethereum blockchain as there is already a mining cut off in the Ethereum code to assist in forcing the switch to POS. You can bet that when this happens, Btcpop will stake your coins for you and you can become an Ethereum miner!

New coins take awhile to stake, and some coins such as Dash require a master node, so staking will only happen once Btcpop launches its shared master node feature.

Here is a link to a video to help visualize Proof of Stake.

Btcpop Staking Pool post link to Btcpop YouTube Channel.

13 thoughts on “Staking Cryptocurrency in BTCPOP Staking pool

  1. Hey Guys. I found this guide for top SPRTS staking. I think you should check it out.

  2. Hi, i m seeking to understand better about the fees. Hope somebody can help me please 🙂
    “Btcpop takes out a 2% fee for facilitating and distributing staking rewards. However, for most coins the compounding effect will more than make up for 2% fee and in many cases you will earn more with Btcpop’s pooled staking”
    Where is the 2% deducted from?
    A) the distributed rewards on that day, eg: rewards = 10, then i pay a fee of 0.2
    B) the total of my holdings + the distributed rewards on that day, eg: total = 100 + 10, then i pay a fee of 2.2
    C) the total of my holdings *before* receiving the distributed rewards on that day, eg: total = 100, then i pay a fee of 2
    D) ?


    1. It is per day. So if you receive 10 coins via staking rewards. Btcpop will take a 2% fee. so 9.98 coins will be distributed and .02 held by Btcpop to be paid out via Btcpop Faucet. Your balance remains your balance

  3. This “BTCPOP All Time Staking Stats” should help narrow it down (Coins actually staking or have staked in POP):

  4. Hi! Thanks for the article!
    I think the google docs link “Here is a list of all the coins currently staking at Btcpop:” needs to be updated. It points to some old instance of all altcoins on Pop and not the current staking coins. For example, ZRC coin on that list doesn not stake on Pop. I believe the correct current staking list on pop is:

    1. I’ll try to get it updated. Thanks for the link, it’s just that, that link can only be viewed by users. but yeah that’s fine.

  5. isn’t PPC & XPM a staking coin? I know EMC, DASH and GAME are staking coins, right? any APR on those?

    1. I know certain Coins like DASH require a certain amount of coins before they can be staked. It is likely that these coins don’t yet have sufficient enough deposits….or they just need to be updated on list

      1. ok, fair enough, could you kindly update the list though to include coins that are PoS by default but may not be staking in BTCpop because of deposits not available – this information is for other newbie’s in the crypto currency world. There are so many coins to look at, I wouldn’t mind if my Zeit isn’t profitable, but at least it will earn something. Something to this effect will your information be helpful to others.

        I invest heavily though on BITB & BLK. What I earn from the stakes, I send out, buy HBN, and sell in BTCpop at my desired price. So it will also earn a few coins before someone buys it. 🙂

        Your information here though is very helpful. I’m just suggesting to add a little more when you have the time

  6. One day the sprts coin price will increase. If you buy some, it may be today. ?????

    1. I don’t know what happened to sprts, I was exchanging this heavily around the same time last year. then it disappeared from having a sprts/btc pair. you can only exchange this now for LTC. so btcpop’s exchange on sprts/btc won’t ever prosper. it’s expensive to buy 1 sprt for 1 satoshi.

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