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What is Toncoin Staking?

Toncoin staking with Tonstakers is the process of delegating TON to earn rewards, while receiving tsTON tokens for liquidity in the TON DeFi ecosystem. Redeem tsTON for TON plus yield anytime. The reward rate is currently -.

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How to stake TON through liquid staking?

To stake your tokens, you should ensure you have at least 1 TON in your Wallet and follow the steps below:

Step 1: Go to and connect your wallet.

Step 2: Enter the amount of TON you want to stake

Step 3: Click ‘Stake’ and sign the transaction

View our detailed step-by-step TON staking tutorial.

Do I need to maintain my TON in liquid staking in any way?

  • When you stake on, you are given tsTON in return. The yield you accumulate will only be accessible when you convert your tsTON Jettons back into TON coins. Tonstakers completely takes the staking management, so its users doesn’t have to worry about infrastructure, software updates, or any other staking-related processes. The only thing the users have to do is to maintain their wallets with tsTON secure.
  • To convert tsTON to TON, go to to unstake tsTON and receive the deposited amount of TON plus accumulated rewards.

How are the staking rewards on TON generated?

Staking rewards for TON are composed of:

Gas fees: Users include an additional amount of Toncoin in their transactions as a reward for validators' efforts. This extra sum is then allocated proportionally among the validators elected for that particular validation cycle, based on their stake.

Inflation: During the validation process, new TON are created and distributed to validators. This contributes to an overall annual inflation rate of the coin ranging from 0.3% to 0.6%.

Please note that the total annual rewards are divided by all active stakers; hence, as the amount of staked tokens goes up, the reward rate goes down.

You are welcome to play around with our TON Staking Calculator to get a better feel of how these metrics can influence your rewards.

What are the risks to liquid staking TON?

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.

Slashing risk: TON delegated to a validator can be partially slashed if the validator misbehaves. If a validator does not participate in block creation and transaction signing for a significant amount of time during a validation round, it is potentially fined 101 TON. Tonstakers maintains 99,9% uptime with practically no slashing incidents through the validation history.

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 TON.

Please note that this is not an exhaustive list of all the risks related to staking.

What is The Open Network (TON)?

The Open Network (TON) is a fast and secure blockchain that utilizes sharding to achieve a throughput of millions transactions per second, while being both user-friendly and service provider-friendly. We aim for it to be able to host all reasonable applications currently proposed and conceived. One might think about TON as a huge distributed supercomputer, or rather a huge superserver, intended to host and provide a variety of services.

  • The native token of TON blockchain is Toncoin.
  • More information can be found here:

What is TON liquid staking?

TON Liquid Staking (LSt) is a mechanism that enables TON holders, regardless of their stake size, to contribute to the TON Blockchain's validation process through a pooling strategy.

In this system, stakers or Nominators, who are essentially TON holders with funds to invest, pool their resources to support the validation process and contribute to the protocol’s security. These users essentially delegate a pool to utilize their rights for blockchain validation.

The rewards in the TON LSt protocol primarily originate from the validation process. However, at the pool level, these rewards are technically derived from the interest paid by validators who borrow funds for staking.

When participants stake their Toncoin via the TON LSt protocol, they receive a liquid staking receipt token (Jetton in TON terminology). These Jettons represent the total amount of funds staked by all users in a particular pool. Over time, as the pool earns rewards for each validation cycle, the value ratio of Jetton to TON increases. Consequently, stakers can redeem their accumulated rewards by exchanging their Jettons for TON, serving as an incentive for engaging with the platform.

How does TON LSt protocol work?

Liquid staking allows participants to make use of staking pools that allow them to stake their Toncoin on the platform. 

Stakers, also known as Nominators, are TON holders who stake their funds in a pool to be used for validation. In other words, these are users who nominate a pool to exercise their validation rights.

TON LSt also helps define proper governance of the protocol through a group of participants that manage arbitrary liquid staking pools on the network. Liquidity is provided by lending user funds from pools to validators at a predetermined interest rate.

Tonstakers improves on existing nomination pool designs by:

  • Pool Jettons: Pool jettons are liquid staking receipt tokens representing native TON token shares in liquidity pools on the TON LSt protocol. The idea behind Pool Jettons allows users to deposit their TON tokens and receive Pool Jettons tokens in exchange, enabling them to maintain liquidity and stake on the protocol while also allowing users to convert their Pool Jettons back into TON at any time should they choose to withdraw their funds.
  • Liquidity Provision:Lliquidity provisioning allows Stakers to lend TON to Validators (to liquidity pool) to increase their overall liquidity. This allows Validators to borrow TON from a liquidity pool and return their funds after incurring interest on their assets, ensuring they have the necessary resources to actively participate in network validation and consensus.
  • Deposits and Withdrawals: The ability to withdraw and deposit assets into the TON Liquid Staking protocol allows users to deposit and withdraw their assets with no predetermined minimum or maximum deposit threshold. The protocol manages deposits and withdrawals through specialized smart contracts, ensuring accurate accounting and proper handling of user funds and transactions.

What consensus algorithm does Ton use?

Initially, the TON blockchain utilized the Proof-of-Work (PoW) consensus mechanism. However, due to limitations in resources, TON transitioned to a Proof-of-Stake (PoS) based system. Presently, TON operates on a modified version of PoS known as Catchain Consensus, which consists of low-level Catchain Protocol and high-level block Consensus Protocol (BCP). BCP achieves consensus in the current validator group for a shardchain or a masterchain, while Catchain broadcasts the data between shardchains and masterchain and detects protocol violations.

What are the tokenomics of TON?

TON has a maximum supply of around 5 billion TON and, at the end of 2023, an annual inflation rate of ~ 0.6%.

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