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Highest staking rewards for popular coins

Highest staking rewards for popular coins

Like the title says, you have a little list here with the highest staking rewards on exchanges. For those of you who are new and don’t know which exchange to choose, here are a few options to help you make up your mind, depending on what you plan to buy.

Be very careful when you’re choosing a stable coin that you’re going to put your money in the long term. Make sure it has a good backing by trusted people with no sketchy history

For example Tether (USDT) would be a very risky investment because of all the sketchy things from the past about their team + it’s not fully back and they lied multiple times.

Remember stable coins hold the same value as us dollars but not all of them are safe investments because they aren’t actual us dollars, so if something happens with people who manage it, it can lose value

Just do some research before you invest and you’ll know what the highest staking rewards are.

Crypto.com (3 months)

  • 12,5% – PolkaDot (10% without a crypto card)

  • 12% – Tether (10% without a crypto card)

  • 12% – USD Coin (10% without a crypto card)

  • 12% – Polygon (10% without a crypto card)

  • 12% – Dai (10% without a crypto card)

  • 6,5% – Bitcoin (4,5% without a crypto card)

  • 6,5% – Ethereum (4,5% without a crypto card)

(Min required: 0.005 BTC, 10 DOT, 250 USDT/USDC/Dai, 250 MATIC, 0.15 ETH)

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Kraken

  • 20% – KAVA (min 0.2 KAVA)

  • 12% – PolkaDot (min 0.2 DOT)

  • 12% – Kusama (min 0.2 KSM)

  • 7% – Cosmos (min 0.2 ATOM)

  • 6% – Solana (min 0.00001 SOL)

  • 5-7% – Ethereum (min 0.00001 ETH)

  • 4-6% – Cardano (min 0.000001 ADA)

Binance (Non US, 1 month)

  • 14.79% – Kusama

  • 13.56 – The Graph

  • 11.51% – PolkaDot

  • 10.26% – Binance Coin

  • 9.79% – Filecoin

  • 9.47% – Cosmos

  • 9.20% – Solana

Celsius

  • All stable coins – 11.21% (non US) / 8.88% (US).

  • 10.51% – Polygon

  • 8.86% – PolkaDot

  • 6.20% – Bitcoin (up to 1 BTC)

  • 5.35% – Ethereum (up to 100 ETH)

Just a precision: you don’t actually stake your coins on Celsius Network, especially BTC which cannot be staked (being a proof-of-work consensus mechanism). Also, when you stake your coins via an exchange, the exchange in question takes care of the staking (they control your private keys), so you can’t choose who you’re delegating your coins to. It’s always better to stake from your own wallet (whether hot or cold) and even better if you can use the official wallet of the project (some are really straightforward to use, like those of ADA, ALGO, and SOL).

KuCoin

  • 12.91% – PolkaDot

  • 12.16% – Zilliqa

  • 11.91% – Kusama

  • 9.91% – Cosmos

  • 6.91% – Terra

Nexo (If 10% of your portfolio is made of Nexo tokens/rewards paid in Nexo token)

  • 12% – stable coins

  • 8% – BTC and ETH

  • 6% – Stellar Lumens

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Maiar

  • 13 – 15% – Elrond (EGLD) – Min amount 1 EGLD.

HotBit

  • 13.17% – PolkaDot

  • 8.4% – Cosmos

  • 7.11% – Algorand

Voyager

  • Aave 3%

  • Basic Attention Token 1%

  • Bitcoin 5.75%

  • Bitcoin Cash 2%

  • Bitcoin Satoshi Vision 3%

  • Cardano 5.25%

  • Celo 3.00%

  • Chainlink 4.50%

  • Compound 4.00%

  • Cosmos 3.00%

  • Dash 3.00%

  • Decentraland 2.00%

  • Dogecoin 2.00%

  • EOS 2.00%

  • Ethereum 4.60%

  • Ethereum Classic 1.50%

  • Filecoin 2.00%

  • Kyber Network 1.00%

  • Litecoin 5.50%

  • OMG Network 1.00%

  • Orchid 1.50%

  • 0x 2.00%

  • Polkadot 12.00%

  • Polygon 5.25%

  • Stellar Lumens 1.00%

  • Tezos 2.00%

  • The Graph 2.00%

  • UMA 2.25%

  • Uniswap 2.00%

  • USDC 9.00%

  • Voyager Token 7.00%

  • Zcash 1.00%

Not trying to shill, but a few more points that set Voyager apart from many of its competitors:

– They are a publicly-traded company on the OTC. As such they are super focused on compliance/regulation.

– They have direct ties to more traditional asset markets and fintech companies via the members of their board.

– There have been some talks of ultimately allowing the purchase of traditional equities using crypto on their platform.

Due to these things, my bet is that regulators will continue to be dovish towards the Voyager platform as more governments enter the crypto space. This, to me, makes Voyager feel like a pretty safe space to longer-term hodl crypto for interest. Otherwise, I tend to opt for Defi yield farming projects and cold wallets.

Now that you know the highest staking rewards  I wish you happy staking!

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