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$ALEPH Token Contracts/Mint addresses

I. ALEPH Staking

Where can I stake my $ALEPH?

You can stake your $ALEPH at Aleph Account.

What is the minimum number to stake and receive rewards?

The minimum stake required is 10,000.00 $ALEPH.

Why is there a minimum required to stake?

The minimum is set to manage gas fees efficiently and avoid excessive distribution targets which would elevate operational costs significantly.

Is there a staking tutorial?

Yes, check out our Staking Guide.

What are the staking tokenomics for stakers?

Learn more about our staking tokenomics here.

How can I monitor how many rewards I have received so far?

Monitor your rewards via your Etherscan history or use portfolio monitoring apps such as Rotki.

Is it possible to stake with less than 10,000.00 $ALEPH?

Currently, it's not possible to stake less than 10,000.00 $ALEPH, but you can explore centralized staking services like Meria.

How many ALEPH will I get for staking?

Use the calculator at the top section of the web app to estimate your staking rewards.

Are my funds safe when I stake?

Yes, staking on is non-custodial. Your tokens remain in your wallet with no lock-up period.

How much does it cost to stake?

Staking on Ethereum is gasless; you only need to sign a message, which is free.

Can I stake on another blockchain than Ethereum?

Currently, staking is only available on Ethereum. We will notify the community when new blockchains are supported.

How long does it take to stake?

Staking is almost instantaneous.

If I staked then deposited more in an address, do I need to restake?

No, additional deposits are automatically added to your stake.

Is there a required lock-up period to stake?

No, there is no lock-up period for staking.

Can I unstake whenever I want?

Yes, you can unstake at any time without affecting your principal balance.

When are the staking rewards paid?

Rewards are typically paid within up to 10 days, depending on the gas costs.

We recommend using Rabby, Metamask, Coinbase Wallet, or MEW.

Can I use TrustWallet?

Yes, TrustWallet can be connected via WalletConnect.

What if I want to stake in multiple nodes?

You can distribute your $ALEPH across different nodes. The total amount staked will be split accordingly.

Selecting active nodes enhances network security and maximizes rewards. It’s up to you to choose based on node activity.

Is there a cap on node staking for a single node?

No, there is currently no cap on the amount staked on a single node.

Does a node with more staked tokens reward its stakers less?

No, the total amount staked per node does not affect individual staker rewards.

Can I stake with the NULS or NEO variant of the ALEPH token?

No, you must convert NULS or NEO variants to the ERC-20 variant of ALEPH at Aleph Swap before staking.

What is Twentysix Cloud?

Twentysix Cloud is a cross-chain cloud solution that provides scalable, high-performance resources for applications, particularly in AI, DeFi, and gaming. It is powered by the decentralized network. Learn more at Twentysix Cloud.

II. Liquidity and Payments

Where can I buy ALEPH to meet the staking requirement?

Purchase ALEPH v2 on platforms such as Coinbase, KuCoin, Gate, LATOKEN, MEXC, Uniswap (Ethereum), Pancakeswap (BNB Chain), TraderJoe (Avalanche), and Raydium (Solana).

What is Pay-As-You-Go?

Pay-As-You-Go allows you to pay for resources as you use them on the network, eliminating the need to hold or stake large amounts of $ALEPH. This is currently available only on the Avalanche c-chain.

III. Node Operators

What is the minimum required hardware to run a Core Channel Node?

  • RAM: Minimum 32 GB, recommended 64 GB
  • CPU: Recent model with at least 4 cores
  • Bandwidth: Minimum 100 MB upload (1 GB ideal)
  • Storage: Minimum 4+ TB HDD or SSD (system on SSD recommended)

Is there a tutorial to set up/register a node and become a node operator?

Yes, follow our Node Registration Guide.

What are the staking tokenomics for node operators?

Learn about node operator staking tokenomics here.