1. Is staking safe?

Staking is a process that is carried out in a totally decentralized way, at no time does the node operator have access to the funds since everything works through Smart Contracts. Therefore, it is considered to be a safe process because it is non-custodial, decentralized.

2. Who manages the rewards that are generated? Where does it come from?

Las recompensas provienen directamente de la emisión de tokens nuevos en las redes que utilizan el consenso PoS or DPoS whose inflation values ​​are written in the Smart Contract, without intermediaries. These staking rewards are intended to engage users to keep their balance in the wallet and thus help increase network security.

3. Can I withdraw the balance at any time?

The user can decide to stop delegating their tokens anytimeThere are only a few deactivation periods known as "cooldown" necessary for staking to be completely deactivated and whose duration depends on the blockchain and its consensus. Usually the process takes 1 to 3 days.

4. What is the difference between staking and keeping coins in the wallet (Hodl)?

In both cases you keep your coins until you decide, the difference is that during all that time you keep your coins in the wallet you would be receiving periodic rewards if you decide to staking, however, hodlers get nothing in return for keeping their balance.

5. Is it better do staking on Staking Bridge nodes than others?

Under the same conditions the result would be similar. The difference lies in the specialized hardware, maintenance, attention and commitment that from Staking Bridge we offer to get the uptime to be as close as possible to 100%.