Residual Token Staking

Residual Token (ERSDL) staking data is not available on Staking Rewards. You can still convert token prices, estimate your rewards and explore reward options for similar proof-of-stake assets.

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What is Residual Token (Residual Token) Staking?

Staking Residual Token (ERSDL) is where you commit ERSDL tokens to contribute to network security and the validation of new blocks. In return, participants or “stakers” are rewarded with additional Residual Token tokens.

How to Stake Residual Token (ERSDL)?

The best way to stake ERSDL is detailed in the official Residual Token documentation. Learn how to stake ERSDL

What are the rewards for staking Residual Token (ERSDL)?

The reward rate of staking Residual Token is not currently available on Staking Rewards, however, you can benchmark any potential rewards against the average reward rate across all tracked staking assets, which is %.

What are the risks when staking Residual Token (ERSDL)?

Staking involves certain risks, such as potential market volatility and the risk of slashing (penalties for malicious behavior). Familiarize yourself with the risks associated with staking ERSDL and consider diversifying your stake.

What is the difference between ERSDL lending and ERSDL staking?

Staking ERSDL and lending ERSDL 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 Residual Token (ERSDL), 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 Residual Token (ERSDL)?

Over the past 24 hours, Residual Token (ERSDL) has seen a trading volume of across all available exchanges.

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

The price of Residual Token (ERSDL) is currently , which represents a - decrease over the past 24 hours.
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Residual Token is The eRSDL ecosystem is like a safe-harbor where sophisticated parties are the "pricing oracles" and ordinary people can participate alongside with a reduced chance of being gamed by experts.
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