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How to stake ZRX
How do I choose 0x (ZRX) staking pools?
How are the staking rewards generated?
The Staking Rewards on Ox consisted of trading fees:
- Trading Fees: For every 0x trade, there is a maker (the address who created the order) and a taker (the address that accepts the order and fills it). In 0x v3, every taker pays a small fee that is ‘attributed’ to the maker address. These transaction fees were distributed between all staking pools in the network. The Staking Pools distributed the earnings to their delegators after deducting a commission.
You’re welcome to use our 0x Staking Calculator to get a better understanding of how these factors can impact your rewards.
What are the risks to staking ZRX?
We strive to make staking as safe and transparent as possible, however, it’s important to consider factors that may influence whether a particular staking option is appropriate for you.
Protocol security risks: There is an inherent risk that the protocol could contain unknown bugs, this risk applies not only to staking but also the investment in ZRX.
This list is not exhaustive and other risks may apply.
What is ZRX?
ZRX is the native token of the 0x protocol that is used to carry out the key functions of the platform as detailed below:
- Staking: Users could temporarily lock up ZRX to receive fees from the protocol. This has been put on pause for the time being.
- Governance: ZRX is used to vote on 0x governance proposals on the network. The amount of voting power is measured in terms of stake.
What are the tokenomics of ZRX?
ZRX has a total supply of 1B tokens.
Initial token distribution
The Initial token distribution of EVER is as follows:
- 50% is allocated to participants in the token sale
- 15% is allocated to ongoing expenses
- 15% is allocated to the developer fund
- 10% is allocated to the team
- 10% is allocated to initially advisors and investors
- $24M was raised in a token sale on August 17, 2017
From the Staking Rewards Journal