What Are Staking as a Service Platforms and How Do They Work?

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October 15, 2019 by
What Are Staking as a Service Platforms and How Do They Work?

Staking has become one of the most popular new methods to potentially generate an investment income in the digital asset markets. However, staking involves a certain degree of technical expertise that not every investor possesses. As a result, staking as a service providers have emerged.

In this guide, you will learn what staking as a service is and how these providers can help you potentially earn digital asset investment income.

How Staking Works

Staking is one of the newest ways of potentially profiting from the digital currency markets.

Statistically speaking, the amount you can earn from staking can be calculated based on how much you have staked and what the expected annual staking returns are. As long as people use the digital currency, you should get paid.

On a basic level, here’s how staking works:

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