Staking and Proof-of-Stake

Ethereum 2.0 upgrade will bring Proof-of-Stake:
-> paying validators to secure the Ethereum 2.0 blockchain

Staking means:
-> you deposit 32 ETH -> run validator’s computer program -> get rewarded in ETH

Staking requires from you:
-> continual connectivity to the internet

Learn more

Proof of Stake (PoS)simply explained
Ethereum 2.0 Economics  – economics of staking – paying validators to secure the network
Validated: Staking on eth2  – overview of eth2 which will form the basis for a series on all aspects of eth2 relevant to validators
Exploring Ethereum 2 Validator Costs  – running a validator in Ethereum 2 incurs a number of costs, such as setup work, hardware and software depreciation, and on-going maintenance
Ethereum 2.0 staking capable hardware  – what are the most viable setups for ease of use?
A Validator’s Journey Through the Beacon Chaineasy to understand breakdown of a validator’s journey in eth2 phase 0
Eth 2.0 Stakingand more with Topaz and DAppnode for under $750
Staking Pools  – the economics of Ethereum staking pools
Staking  – why to be excited about the launch of staking on Ethereum
Decentralizationhow eth2 staking is designed to promote decentralization
Ethereum 2.0 Knowledge Base
Ethereum 2.0 Knowledge Baseby ConsenSys

Utilities

Staking Calculator