Staking

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 service -> get rewarded in ETH

Validators

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

Requires from you:
-> continual connectivity to the internet

Become Ethereum 2.0 validator

Staking services

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

Use decentralized Rocket Pool or other centralized staking service

Learn more

Overview

Staking
Staking for Starters
Ethereum 2.0 Knowledge Baseby ConsenSys
Ethereum 2.0 Knowledge Baseby Beaconcha.in
Ethereum 2.0 Economics

Proof of Stake

Simply explained
Why Proof of Stake? – by Vitalik Buterin

Validators
General

The case for running your own validator
8 Things Validator Should Know Before Staking
FAQ

Guides

How to become a validator
Tutorials for Windows and Mac
Staking guides for Ubuntu
How to stake with DAppNode
Self-Staking Guide for DAppNode

Hardware

Staking capable hardware

Best practices

List of best practices
Security best practices
Slashing prevention tips

Staking services

Staking Pools  – economics
Evaluating Staking Services
LiquidStakeborrow USDC against staked ETH

Utilities

Beaconcha.inexplorer
Eth2Statsexplorer
BeaconScanexplorer
Staking Calculator

Media

r/ethstakeron Reddit
ethstakeron Discord
What’s New in Eth2  – newsletter
Eth2 quick updatesblog

Other

Why to be exited?  – about the launch of staking on Ethereum
Decentralizationhow eth2 staking is designed to promote decentralization
Philosophy of Blockchain Validationby Vitalik Buterin