How To Stake $MPC Tokens

How to Stake on the Partisia blockchain? First of all, we need to know what Stake is and why it's so important for the health of the network.

In blockchain, "staking" refers to the process of actively participating in transaction validation on a proof-of-stake (PoS) blockchain. In a PoS system, validators (also called "stakers") are chosen to create and validate new blocks based on the amount of cryptocurrency they hold and are willing to "stake" as collateral.

Here's how it typically works:

1. Ownership of Cryptocurrency: Stakers need to own a certain amount of the cryptocurrency native to the blockchain they're participating in.
2. Locking up Cryptocurrency: Stakers lock up, or "stake", a portion of their cryptocurrency as collateral. This demonstrates their commitment to the network and reduces the likelihood of malicious behavior.
3. Block Validation: Validators are selected to validate transactions and create new blocks based on various factors, often including the amount of cryptocurrency they've staked. Validators are rewarded with transaction fees and sometimes newly created cryptocurrency.
Offering a staking service in a reliable and secure environment that ensures maximum rewards is the foundation upon which we build. However, unlike many staking providers, we don't stop there. These are the keys that have led us to become the preferred validator for many users on the Velas Blockchain: being selected as validators by the StaFi Protocol team and their grant program, as well as having over 100 stakers on the Aleph Zero validator

1. First of all, we need to go to the Partisia Browser and connect our wallet;

2. When we have accessed, a submenu will appear on the left-hand side where we will able to visualize our assets;

3. We have to click on Delegate and enter the address of the validator you want to stake with.

You can do it with us at the following address:

Then, sign the transaction.

4. Once this is done, we have our $MPC staked pending validator acceptance.

If you have chosen Stakingbridge as your validator, we review requests periodically, but you can contact us if you wish via email at or on Telegram at @rmarindex or @JesusAvlx.

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