Earn crypto while you sleep

Generate passive income with cryptocurrency staking

ATOM

Atomic Wallet Token

ROI ~20%

Band Protocol

ROI ~11%

Near

ROI ~11%

Zilliqa

ROI ~15%

Cosmos

ROI ~10%

ICON

ROI ~10%

Algorand

ROI ~0.63%

Tezos

ROI ~7%

Solana

ROI ~7%

Komodo

ROI ~5.1%

Cardano

ROI ~5%

Tron

ROI ~5%

VeChain

ROI ~1.63%
Your holdings
Value
Daily Profit
Monthly Profit
Yearly Profit
Yearly yield
+10%

How Staking Works

You Stake Crypto

Stake your crypto in the Atomic Wallet app

Validator create blocks

Receive regular staking rewards while supporting the blockchain

Receive Profit

Rewards will be transferred to your wallet automatically. For some coins, you will need to claim rewards manually.
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Why stake with Atomic Wallet?

Lots of crypto to choose

10+ assets available for staking, 30+ blockchains supported, tons of tokens can be managed in the app.

Simple yet powerful interface

Your crypto, your decisions: Choose any validator and unstake whenever you want. Manage, buy, exchange, and stake your crypto in one app

Your crypto is safe

You're the only person in full control of your private keys and crypto

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What is Staking

Every cryptocurrency transaction should be verified – that’s how blockchain works. Validation guarantees transaction is proceeding without any false data. To get transactions validated, they should be approved and added to a block by miners in Proof-of-work blockchains, like Bitcoin , or get approved by validators in Proof-of-Stake blockchains.

Proof-of-Stake (PoS) is a consensus algorithm, where you can stake your coins and receive rewards for transaction validation or receive dividends for holding funds. With the increase of mining difficulty, Staking became more and more attractive for cryptocurrency investors. With Atomic, every crypto holder can receive regular rewards in a truly decentralized way. We didn’t collect any fees – you get a profit directly from validators.