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Staking your EOS allows you to passively earn rewards for helping to secure the network.

Through Scatter wallet, and by pairing it with your Ledger hardware wallet, you can easily and securely delegate EOS you want to stake.

You can freely choose a trustworthy validator to get competitive rewards, and you keep ownership of your EOS coins.



The EOS Network is a blockchain platform with a focus on high performance, flexibility, security, and a developer-friendly experience. Being a 3rd-gen blockchain powered by the EOS virtual machine, it uses a WebAssembly engine for fast, near-free transactions.
EOS operates on a Delegated Proof of Stake (DPoS) system, allowing stakeholders to choose the node operators. Unlike traditional blockchains, power is distributed among all participants in the network, rather than being held by block miners.
The technology and community make the EOS Network a popular choice for developers looking to build projects that other blockchains can't support. The network offers a user-friendly experience with multiple tools and resources for users to get started.
The EOS token is the native cryptocurrency of the network and is required to purchase resources such as bandwidth, computation, and storage. This means that developers need EOS tokens to run the DApps they create. The token also serves as a governance token, allowing holders to vote and decide the future of the blockchain together.

Maximise your EOS assets

Don't let your assets gather dust. Put them to work and make them grow with Ledger.

Secure the EOS network

When you do EOS staking, you make the EOS blockchain successful by securing the network and validating transactions.



Pairing your Ledger with a third-party wallet, allow you to grow your EOS bag securely.


Keep full custody of your assets when you stake EOS with Scatter wallet, unlike with crypto exchanges.

Freedom of choice

It's up to you to choose which validators you want to stake your EOS.

Earn EOS rewards

Earn EOS rewards

You can passively grow your assets by participating in the EOS network. By delegating your EOS token to a validator, you will receive rewards for helping to secure the network.

The current annual yield on EOS is up to 33%.

Estimate your EOS rewards


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Buy a Ledger hardware wallet

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Set up your device and install the EOS Chain app

  1. Connect and unlock your Ledger device.

  2. Follow the setup steps.

  3. On Ledger Live, go to "My Ledger" and install EOS Chain app.


Download and setup Scatter wallet

We have created a step-by-step article to help you create an EOS wallet.

  1. Install Scatter EOS on your computer and follow the steps to create a new Scatter wallet.

  2. Now that you have access to the Scatter dashboard, select Keys > Create or import a Key > EOSIO > Import from Hardware.

  3. If it's your first EOS account, leave the index value to 0 then click on the EOS address.

  4. Find your hardware account in the list and copy your public key.


Create account

  1. Open a new browser tab and go to

  2. Go to Wallet > Create Account > Create account via exchange withdrawal or help from others.

  3. Choose a New Account Name of exactly 12-character long, paste your public key from Scatter into the Public key field then click Continue.

  4. Log into your exchange account and send the exact amount of EOS required to activate the account to the Recipient account.


Install and setup Anchor wallet app

  1. Go to the Greymass website and download plus install the desktop app.

  2. Open Anchor, select Setup an Account, choose and confirm a password then select the EOS blockchain.

  3. After making sure the EOS app is still open on your Ledger device, go to the Settings button and select Enable Ledger Support.

  4. Select Import an existing Account > Load from Ledger, select the accounts you wish to load, and click Import Account(s).


Start EOS staking

  1. Return to the website and click on "Vote".

  2. Click on the "Vote by Proxies" tab and choose the one you prefer.

  3. Confirm the transaction on your Ledger.

Congratulations, rewards will start showing up on the Account tab every day.

Want to learn more about staking?

We answer all the basic questions you might have in our Ledger academy: What is staking? What’s the difference between Proof-of-Stake and Proof-of-Work? What is a validator?

You can also take a look at our School of Block series on Youtube to learn how to get started in staking and make your money work for you.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, it is possible to stake EOS coins. EOS blockchain uses a proof-of-stake consensus mechanism, which allows holders of EOS to earn rewards for participating in the network by holding and staking their coins.

Staking involves holding EOS in a special wallet that is connected to the network and participating in the validation of transactions.
Stakers receive rewards for their participation in EOS tokens.

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