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

Staking means:
-> you deposit ETH -> become validator / use staking pool -> get rewarded in ETH


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

Requires from you:
-> continual connectivity to the internet

Join Medalla – Ethereum 2.0 Multi-Client Testnet

Staking pools

-> you deposit more than 0,01 ETH -> use services of external node operator -> get rewarded in ETH

Use Rocket Pool

Learn more

Proof of Stake (PoS)simply explained
Ethereum 2.0 Economics  – economics of staking – paying validators to secure the network
The case for running your own validatoryou help make ethereum more resilient
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
8 Things Every Eth2 Validator Should Know Before Staking
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
A Philosophy of Blockchain Validationby Vitalik Buterin
Ethereum 2.0 Knowledge Baseby ConsenSys


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