Ethereum staking through Ledger

Possibilities to grow your ETH

Staking is the process of holding funds in a crypto wallet to support the operations of a blockchain network. In return, holders are rewarded for their contribution.

Ethereum is a programmable blockchain that gives you access to various decentralized finance services, games and applications through smart contracts. Ether (ETH) is the native token that fuels all transactions within these applications.

To improve the blockchain’s scalability and security, Ethereum is shifting from Proof-of-Work (PoW) to Proof-of-Stake (PoS) consensus mechanism. With Ethereum 2.0, validators will be selected at random and rewarded for securing the network.



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Ethereum staking through Ledger
Rewards

Rewards

You may be able to passively grow your ETH via the services offered by our partner Lido through Ledger Live by participating in the Ethereum network. To do this, simply use the Lido DApp through your Ledger Live.

The percentage return on staked ETH depends on the total staked ETH in the network. If the total amount of ETH staked is low, then the reward rate will consequently be higher, with a maximum annual reward rate of 18%.

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The benefits of staking ETH

Get rewards

Being an Ethereum validator offers an average return of 10% according to stakingrewards.com. This rate will vary depending on the total staked ETH in the network.

Be part of the network

Help secure and participate in the Ethereum network by staking your ETH.

Why stake through Ledger Live

Why stake through Ledger Live

Secure

Receive your rewards directly on your Ledger Live account, secured by your hardware wallet.

Accessible

No need to own 32 ETH to become a network validator. With Lido, Ledger users can participate in the network with any amount of ETH.

All in one place

Access not only staking but other crypto services: Ledger is the gateway to exchange, buy, sell or lend your crypto with our partners.

Grow your ETH through Ledger

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What is Ethereum?

Ethereum is a programmable blockchain network that lets you use and send crypto to anyone. By introducing smart contracts, it also powers thousands of applications (decentralized finance services, games, NFTs, …) that everyone can use. Ethereum's network is fueled and secured by ETH, the crypto of Ethereum apps.

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Frequently Asked Questions

No, you don’t need to stake and keep 32 ETH locked to become a network validator. Ledger users can participate in the network with any amount of ETH. For each Ether you stake through Ledger with our partner Lido, you’ll receive an stETH token in exchange. You can exchange, send or sell these stETH, making Ethereum staking more liquid.

With our partner Lido, you receive staking rewards within 24 hours of your deposit being made, without waiting for validator activation. The reward will be in the form of stETH tokens that will be added to your stETH balance.

The Ethereum staking reward rate is variable and changes based on the total amount of ETH staked, with a maximum annual reward rate of 18.10%. Lido applies a 10% fee on staking rewards, split between node operators, the DAO and an insurance fund. This fee can be changed by the DAO pending a successful vote. You can track the current Ethereum staking rate here.

There are different potential risks when staking ETH using Lido. Lido could contain a smart contract vulnerability or bug. The Lido code is open-sourced, audited and covered by an extensive bug bounty program to minimise this risk. There is also a technical risk with ETH 2.0. Lido is built atop experimental technology under active development, and there is no guarantee that ETH 2.0 has been developed error-free. You can learn more here.

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