The Stake-A-Thon — Qtum Testnet Offline Staking Check — is underway on Qtum Testnet. Register now at https://stake-a-thon-test.qtum.org/ in three classes: handle delegation, pool delegation, and tremendous staker.
The Stake-A-Thon has the next registrations as of day 7 with roughly 20% of testnet block rewards claimed by tremendous stakers:
- Nearly 100 handle or pool delegation registrations
- 22 delegations to the pool
- 15 tremendous stakers
Every day winners at 10 QTUM for every class are listed at https://stake-a-thon-test.qtum.org/en/winners
Registration for the Stake-A-Thon is pretty straightforward utilizing the signup varieties on the Stake-A-Thon web site. Right here is an instance signing up for handle delegation (pool delegation makes use of the identical type).
Step 1 enter your mainnet prize handle, which can start with a “Q”.
Step 2 enter your testnet delegator handle, which can start with a “q”
Step 3 (prime) copy the message to signal to the Qtum Core or Qtum Electrum pockets that owns the delegator handle (from step 2).
Signal the message (full particulars given within the “Tutorial” hyperlink on the registration type).
Step 3 (backside) copy the signed message again from the pockets as proven by the crimson arrow above.
Click on the Submit button to finish the registration.
You will get a starter batch of Check QTUM from the testnet faucet and go forward and arrange your handle delegation, pool delegation, or tremendous staker. With the registration type, you too can request a grant of Check QTUM to get issues going, and the varieties are normally processed inside a day.