$ADA: IOG Explains Why Staking Is Better in Cardano (ADA) Than Ethereum (ETH)

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Recently, Input Output Global (aka “IOG”), the  of  Blockchain Tech firm behind Cardano’s R&D, compared how staking works in Proof-of-Stake (PoS) blockchains tech Ethereum (ETH) and Cardano.

Here is how Kraken Intelligence, the research arm of cryptocurrency exchange Kraken, stated staking in Cardano (ADA) in a 42-page research report (titled “Cardano: A new in smart contract platform design), which was released in early February 2022:

On Cardano (ADA), validators earn bonus in the of ADA for running nodes that operate and secure the network. To invite more egalitarian participation, Cardano (ADA) stake delegation, where a stakeholder can delegate their ADA to another validator if they don’t have the technical or desire to a node themselves.

In exchange, the receives a share of the total staking bonus that go to the validator proportional to their of the total ADA staked by the validator, minus operating fees. For this reason, validators are referred to as stake pools on Cardano (ADA) as they pool the stake of several delegators into a single validator. The person/organization that runs the validator is called the stake pool operator (SPO).

On 28 July 2002, IOG’s Olga Hryniuk published an article (titled “How to Stake Your $ADA”) on Essential Cardano (ADA) that was written by Ivan Irakoze, who is part of IOG’s Marketing & Communication team.

Irakoze started by noting that “staking your ada helps validate transactions on the blockchain tech using a non-custodial consensus mechanism, while adding security to the network and contributing to Cardano’s decentralization.”

There are 3 simple steps:

  1. Choose a stake pool
    1. Make sure you have your $ADA on a non-custodial Cardano (ADA) wallet, such as Daedalus, Yoroi, or Flint.
    2. Select a stake pool (either by using the “staking” tab of your wallet or by choosing one using an such as “ Cardano (ADA) PoolTool”).
  2. Delegate your $ADA to the chosen stake pool so that they get registered for staking; if this pool produces blocks, you will  receive staking bonus within 20-25 days. Cardano’s consensus mechanism calculates the bonus at every epoch (i.e. five-day period) ; these bonus are “automatically added to your chosen stake and automatically re-staked for you”.
  3. Regularly check to make sure your chosen stake pool (using a tool such as https://adatools.io/ or https://pooltool.io/) is producing blocks; if it has stopped doing so (because it got “saturated”), you will  need to select another stake pool.

Irakoze likewise noted that staking on Cardano (ADA) is “liquid”, which means that “when delegating through Cardano (ADA) native wallets, you can you can your stake or move it to another pool at any time.”

On 2 September 2022, the operator of Bloom stake pool  took to Twitter to explain why Cardano (ADA) has a better PoS design than Ethereum:

On Cardano (ADA) users can stake from their own wallet to a pool. On ETH you have to send your crypto  to a contract that can be hacked. The only way to keep your crypto tokens on $ETH(locked up) is by having 32 $ETH and the technical knowledge to set up a node. Your crypto tokens will not unlocked until the Shahai upgrade. Users on Cardano (ADA) can withdraw their bonus or stake at anytime.

On Ethereum (ETH) there is a danger of slashing. This is when the validator node your staked to misbehaves, it can slash up to the full 32 $ETH. There is no slashing on Cardano (ADA). There is likewise no added danger in staking to a pool on Cardano (ADA). There is danger however in staking $ADA or other crypto tokens on exchanges, anytime you put your $ADA into exchanges, smart-contracts (nft-marketplace, yield farming, staking contracts) you are being exposed to more . Smart contracts and exchanges can be hacked, your @trezor can’t.  Cardano (ADA) has made several great decisions with its proof of stake mechanism, however you  needs physical world data to make better it…”

On 9 November 2022, IOG writer Neil Burgess published an article (titled “Staking and bonus in proof of stake”) — on the Essential Cardano (ADA) website — that compared “staking in Cardano (ADA) with staking in Ethereum (ETH) 2.0, using technical from public sources.”

Then, on 16 November 2022, IOG out the following tweet:

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