BFADA

Fee Structure

A very low 0.5% margin fee will apply until we reach an active stake of over 3million in the pool, where it will increase to 2% thereafter.

This fee structure was carefully considered to provide our delegators with maximum rewards, while allowing us to continue to publish educational content as we grow.

Please read the ’Fees’ section in our recent  blog ‘How to choose a Stakepool’ to understand the limited affects of increased margin fees on staking rewards in relation to pool sizes.

Ticker

BFADA

Pledge

25,000 ADA

Cost Per Epoch

340 ADA (minimum allowed)

Pool Margin

0.5%

March 25th 2022 Update: Pool Margin fee is increasing to 2%.

Changes come into effect for Epoch 330

Blog Posts

The Bonafide team is growing!

We are delighted to announce that Bonafide Stakepool is expanding with the addition of Edrick Renan to the team. Edrick is a Software Engineer based in Ireland and will greatly add to our technical capabilities and skillset.   On joining

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Why is Cardano a top Cryptocurrency project?

The cryptocurrency space has hit major milestones this year as blockchain technology threatens to disrupt many traditional industries as the overall market cap of cryptocurrencies smashed $3 trillion dollars. Bitcoin became legal tender in a nation state, large institutional players

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How to Choose a Cardano Stakepool?

So you have read our introduction blog on ‘What is Staking’ and now you are keen to look deeper into Staking on Cardano and are perhaps looking to delegate your recently purchased ADA to a stakepool, to earn a passive

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How To Buy ADA

Interested in buying Cardano (ADA) and staking it? Here’s our walkthrough on how to buy ADA. We’ve used Binance in our explanation, but you can use other major exchanges which will have similar processes.   Disclaimer: This information should not

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What is Staking?

Cryptocurrencies that use ‘Proof of Stake’ (PoS) protocols and offer rewards for ‘Staking’ have gained more spotlight lately. This is likely due to the increased media attention surrounding crypto, and because Elon Musk and Tesla reversed their decision to accept

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