Crypto’s Trusted Partner of Choice for ETH2 Staking

Staked’s robust suite of ETH2 infrastructure and tooling make it easy for large ETH holders, institutional investors, custodians and exchanges to participate in ETH2 staking.

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Yields of 7% - 20%

Initial yields will be 15% - 20% when the ETH stake rate is less than 1% (1,000,000 ETH), and will gradually decrease to 7% as the stake rate approaches 5% (5,000,000 ETH).

Easy to Use Staking UI

ETH2 Staking UI and Dashboard

Easily stake any multiple of 32 ETH directly from your web3 wallet and monitor your ETH2 nodes via the validator dashboard.

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ETH2 staking offers attractive yields but also has complexities and risks. Staking ETH requires operating many validator nodes, ETH2 transfers are not expected until 2021, and slashing for uptime is enforced.

  • Easy to Use Staking UI

    Staked’s ETH2 staking UI, batching contracts and validator dashboard streamline the staking process for any multiple of 32 ETH.
  • Specialized Infrastructure

    Our node provisioning and validator infrastructure eases the challenges of operating thousands of individual ETH2 validators.
  • Slashing Protection

    We use Kubernetes to distribute across 5 clouds with automated failover, and no Staked customer has suffered losses due to slashing or extended downtime.

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Important Details About ETH2

  1. ETH2 uses different cryptography from ETH1, and requires an entirely different set of incompatible keys.
  2. Depositing ETH1 to the ETH2 beacon chain is irrevocable.
  3. ETH2 funds, including staked ETH and ETH2 rewards, will be inaccessible until an unknown date in the future when transfers are enabled.
  4. Staking involves slashing risks and funds can be lost if Staked fails to perform as a validator or acts maliciously.


Tech designed from the ground up to maximize rewards earned and minimize slashing risks

API to launch and provision nodes
Easily launch hundreds or thousands of nodes
Globally distributed across cloud environments & ETH2 clients
Build your own provisioning on our infrastructure

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Frequently Asked Questions

When can I unstake and withdraw my ETH2 funds?
ETH2 funds, including staked ETH and ETH2 rewards, will be inaccessible until an unknown date in the future when transfers are enabled.
If I have less than 32 ETH, can I still stake my ETH with Staked?
Unfortunately, Staked does not offer a pooling solution for less than 32 ETH. For stakers with less than 32 ETH, we recommend Kraken.
Is ETH2 staking non-custodial? Can Staked access my ETH2 funds?
Yes, ETH is deposited into the fully audited staking smart contract on ETH1 and used to activate a validator on the ETH2 chain with 32 ETH. Only the ETH2 Withdrawal Key that you control will be able to access ETH2 funds when transfers are enabled. Staked does NOT have access to the Withdrawal Key.
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