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What is RADAR?
RADAR, is the native token of the DappRadar ecosystem. RADAR represents an opportunity to directly contribute to the future of DappRadar.
Contributors, curators, and creators earn RADAR for their support in growing the World’s Dapp Store.
RADAR holders can immediately start contributing to the future of DappRadar – be it managing listings, voting on initiatives, proposing recommendations, or governing product decisions.
On top of this, tokens also represent an opportunity to benefit from the enhanced insight, real-time data & report early access via ‘DappRadar PRO’ + the ability to earn rewards in RADAR via staking.
How to Stake RADAR?
Currently, the only option for staking RADAR is to stake the RADAR/ETH SLP on SushiSwap.
In order to do this, you must first acquire an equal value of both ETH and RADAR, along with some extra ETH to cover the costs of gas fees.
- Get RADAR & ETH tokens
- Provide RADAR & ETH tokens into RADAR/ETH pool and get SLP token.
- Stake SLP token into RADAR/ETH farm.
- Collect your rewards.
Since this is done on the Ethereum network please consider the high cost of gas fees and multiple transactions required to complete this staking process.
How much can I earn Staking RADAR?
Based on the current 2X Reward Farm emission rate and current engaged balance, a user can expect to earn around a 400% APR.
Please check our RADAR Advanced Calculator to estimate your staking rewards in real-time.
Any risks to Staking RADAR?
There are smart contract risks associated with smart contract staking and impermanent loss risks associated with providing liquidity to LPs.