Angry Doge Staking

Angry Doge (ANFD) is not listed as a staking asset on Staking Rewards. You can still convert token prices, calculate reward rates and compare against rewards earned for other top staking assets.

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Angry Doge Rewards Calculator

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How to Stake Angry Doge (ANFD)?

To our knowledge, ANFD cannot be staked since we do not currently recognize Angry Doge as a proof-of–stake network. If you feel this is wrong, please request to get ANFD asset listed on

If I can’t stake Angry Doge (ANFD), can I still earn an interest on my holdings?

You still may be able to earn an interest by lending your ANFD holdings. Typically, you can earn around 5% APR through lending.

What is the difference between ANFD lending and ANFD staking?

Staking ANFD and lending ANFD are both ways to earn a yield on your holdings. They are often confused as the same thing, even though they are very different. When you stake a PoS asset you are directly contributing to the security of the network, in exchange you are rewarded with the network’s native token. When you lend Angry Doge (ANFD), you are essentially giving a loan of your crypto assets in return for an interest on the amount you lend.

What is the 24h Trading Volume of Angry Doge (ANFD)?

Over the past 24 hours, Angry Doge (ANFD) has seen a trading volume of across all available exchanges.

How has the price of ANFD changed over the past 24h?

The price of Angry Doge (ANFD) is currently , which represents a - decrease over the past 24 hours.
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Angry Doge is Perhaps the second most famous image of Doge used in memes, this photo of the Shiba Inu “Kabosu” was taken by owner Atsuko Sato on February 13th, 2010. Over the years, “Angry Doge” has been a popular character in ironic Doge memes in communities, like Reddit’s r/DogeLore, where it’s been photoshopped into countless meme comics.
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