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

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

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



Mina is a proof-of-stake blockchain that uses zero knowledge smart contracts, known as “zkApps”, which are written in TypeScript. The goal of the Mina blockchain is to overcome the scalability and accessibility issues that have hindered the wider adoption of other blockchain platforms. Unlike many other blockchains, Mina Protocol is a lightweight blockchain that keeps a consistent size of only 22 kB, (which is miniscule when compared to Bitcoin’s 300 GB blockchain) no matter how many transactions are added to the network.
The key to Mina Protocol is the incorporation of zk-SNARKs, which stands for “zero-knowledge succinct non-interactive arguments of knowledge.”
In Mina’s case, this means that the network does not have to verify a transaction with every block that is created. Instead, the blockchain is represented with an easily verifiable cryptographic proof (the zk-SNARK). This proof is much smaller than most other blockchains and represents the state of the whole chain, rather than the latest block.
The token that powers the Mina network is MINA and it is exclusively used for trading, staking, delegating, paying transaction fees, and governance votes on the network. This tutorial will show you how to stake your MINA tokens on the Mina network. 

Maximise your MINA assets

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Secure the Mina Protocol network

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



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


Keep full custody of your assets when you stake MINA with the Auro Wallet, unlike with crypto exchanges.

Freedom of choice

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

Earn MINA rewards

Earn MINA rewards

Staking is essentially participating in the formation of blocks in any blockchain, based on the Proof of Stake consensus algorithm.

You can passively grow your assets by participating in the Mina Protocol network. By delegating your MINA to a validator, you will receive rewards for helping to secure the network.
The quantity of rewards you receive is proportionate to the amount of Mina you stake.

Staking MINA currently has an annual yield of around 11,5%.
In exchange for this, you would need to pay a nominal service fee to the node operator, typically ranging between 5 to 15 percent.

You can stop staking your MINA at any time without waiting for the unbonding period. However, please note that it may take up to 1-2 epochs (approximately 15-30 days) before the updates to your delegation are reflected on the network.

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Set up your device and install the Mina app

  1. Connect and unlock your Ledger device.

  2. Follow the setup steps.

  3. On Ledger Live, go to "My Ledger" and install the Mina app.


Create an Auro Wallet

  1. Go to Auro Wallet official website and download the browser extension.

  2. Open the extension and select Create Wallet.

  3. Review the Terms and conditions then create and confirm your password.

  4. Back up your 12-word mnemonic phrase then select Next.

  5. Confirm your phrase then select Confirmed backup.


Connect your Ledger to Auro Wallet

  1. Click the Wallet icon, select Ledger and open the Mina app on your Ledger.

  2. On Auro Wallet click "Import". Your Ledger device will prompt you to generate an address.

  3. On your Ledger device, scroll right using the buttons and select Generate.

  4. Scroll right then approve the address on the device.


Start MINA staking

  1. On Auro wallet, click “Staking” and then “Go to Staking”.

  2. Choose a block producer. You can check the information of block producers (i.e. validators) on the Leaderboard.

  3. Once you have chosen a block producer, confirm the transactions in your wallet.

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 MINA coins. Mina Protocol blockchain uses a proof-of-stake consensus mechanism, which allows holders of MINA to earn rewards for participating in the network by holding and staking their coins.

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

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