Cardano is one of the biggest cryptocurrencies by market cap. It’s a 3rd-gen blockchain (with Ethereum being 2nd and Bitcoin 1st...) It is a layered blockchain that’s a flexible, sustainable, and scalable platform for running smart contracts, which allows the development of a wide range of decentralized finance apps, "Native Tokens" (such as our Kani Token), games, etc., without the all the issues that plague Ethereum...
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There are plenty of Cardano wallets (both light, browser based and full node) that can hold Cardano, Its Native tokens and of course Cardano NFTs... Below is just a short sample of wallets , each with their pros and cons , with many more coming online... You MUST do your own research and chose the one(s) that best accommodates your needs! Edit: WARNING! There are several fake sites impersonating the real ones trying to steal your funds! PLEASE do your own Due Diligence before using any wallets and services!
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What is Staking? In short, ADA (Cardano's native currency) held on the Cardano network, which represents a "stake" in the network, with the size of the stake proportional to the amount of ada held. The ability to delegate or pledge a stake is fundamental to how Cardano works.
There are two ways an ada holder can earn rewards: by delegating their stake to a stake pool run by someone else, or by running their own stake pool. The amount of stake delegated to a given stake pool is the primary way the Ouroboros protocol chooses who should add the next block to the blockchain, and receive a monetary reward for doing so. The more stake is delegated to a stake pool (up to a certain point), the more likely it is to make the next block – and the rewards that it earns are shared between everyone who delegated their stake to that stake pool. (Click LINK for more info)