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Cyber

CYB

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Cyber is a decentralized alternative to google.

4.01%

Reward Options
Risk
Complexity
Reward
Adj. Reward
Minimum
Lock Up
Avg. Fee
Participating
Delegate Cyber
Risk
moderate
Complexity
easy
Reward
218.85%
Minimum
-
Lock Up
5 d
Participating
-
Adj. Reward
209.11%
Avg. Fee
10%
Run a Validator Node
Risk
risky
Complexity
professional
Reward
243.16%
Minimum
1,996,241
Lock Up
5 d
Participating
-
Adj. Reward
233.43%
Avg. Fee
-

Advanced calculator

Revenue over time (USD / week)

Total Reward Rate

0%

or 0% annualized

Est. Monthly Earning

$0

-NaN CYB

Est. Yearly Earning

$0

-NaN CYB

FAQ's

  • How to stake Cyber?

    CYB (mainnet token) or EUL (the canary equivalent of CYB) tokens can be staked by locking them with a chosen validator. The easiest way to currently do so is to use the Keplr Metamask-like extension for CosmosSDK-based chains

  • How much can i earn staking Cyber?

    The reward is calculated from dynamic parameters. It is dependent on the current inflation, minus commission to the staked validator, if the validator has set a commission. The inflation is a dynamic parameter decided via governance proposals.

  • What are the requirements to stake Cyber?

    There are 2 possible ways to stake EUl / CYB tokens. One is by setting up a node and starting to validate. The second way is to delegate your tokens to a trusted validator within the network.

  • Is there a risk to stake Cyber?

    Yes. By delegating CYB (or canary EUL), the coins are at risk of slashing. If the Validator misses blocks or tries to corrupt the network, the delegator holdings might get slashed. Therefore it is very crucial to choose a professional and trusted Staking Service.

  • How long are Cyber tokens locked in staking?

    For the current canary network (euler-6) the unbonding period is 5 days. Afterwards this parameter will be set via governance proposals.

Last updated: 2021-07-24 04:01:48