Why stake with us?
By staking with ADAvault you will get a continuous return on your ADA investment and the knowledge you are helping grow and improve the resilience of the Cardano ecosystem. We operate a highly secure and reliable stake pool, with low latency fiber connectivity, bare metal servers, hardware firewalls, fault tolerant design and UPS protection. We commit to permanently fair fees (see Reward Sharing Scheme for Stake Pools).
Stakepool performance continues to follow statistically expected levels: Epoch 211 (0 blocks, expected 0.7), Epoch 212 (2 blocks, expected 2.5), Epoch 213 (2 blocks, expected 2.4 blocks), Epoch 214 (3 blocks, expected 2.5), Epoch 215 (4 blocks, expected 2.6), Epoch 216 (2 blocks, expected 2.6), Epoch 217 (2 blocks, expected 3.2) with the distribution for Epoch 218 below.
It is important to note that block production is proportionate to stake, and that percentage rewards are the same for pools producing expected blocks up to saturation at which point percentage rewards decline. This means that ADAvault is producing a higher average percentage return per Epoch of 5.3% over the last 30 days compared to the average across the top 100 pools.
The focus remains on security and stability, nodes are running 1.19.1 which has much lower resource demands than 1.18.0 at Epoch boundaries. Performance tuning has completed for this release with a number of improvements in place for time sync and file systems.
When you choose to delegate your ADA to us they remain secure in your wallet. We do not have access to your private keys or passwords, and we will never request this information. At any time of your choosing you can cease delegating and they return to your control. Staking is supported by Daedalus and Yoroi.
Pool ID: 3116c834....c328af60
Location: United Kingdom
Pledge: Pledge 1.25M₳
Charges: 340₳ fixed, 0.99% variable.
Design: Bare metal servers, linux hardened builds, dedicated secure rack, low latency fibre connectivity, Cardano reference architecture (multiple relay nodes, seperate BPN, cold storage).
Resilience: Active-passive topology with a passive cluster of relays and block producing node (BPN) in warm standby (replicating but not producing blocks), active cluster swapped for maintenance (security patching, node upgrades, hardware changes).
Software versions: Node 1.19.1. Linux O/S latest stable LTS versions, Ubuntu & CentOS distros.
Contact: [email protected]
Further details are available upon request.