1% Margin - Low Fess
Secure & Stable Cardano Stake Pool
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About

Why should you stake your ₳DA at our pool?

Our Pool Ticker: ABRO

Our Pool ID: 2b86af0e2d02fde9b5e06785870b
b271d3f891ecd14d40a75180a7ce

Fees & Commitment

Fixed fee 340 ₳DA and 1% Margin — LOW FEES STAKE POOL. The remaining rewards are split & sent to all of our delegators - proportional to their stake. We have pledged 50,000 ₳DA to increase the rewards for all.

Server Specs

Our stake pool runs in the cloud powered by 4 CPU Cores, 8 GB RAM, 160 GB NVMe storage and 1 Gbps Low Latency Network. We use latest Ubuntu 20.04 LTS operating system and have a track record of 100% uptime.

Pool Security

To ensure smooth operation of our stake pool; our server is firewalled, monitored 24/7 and has DDoS protection against various attack vectors such as DNS, ICMP, IP fragmentation, TCP Null, RST, SYN, ACK, UDP etc...

Stats

Key metrics about our stake pool operation

Live Stake ₳DA

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Total delegators

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Epoch Blocks

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Lifetime Blocks

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Website & Relays Uptime
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Our Setup

Checkout our Stake Pool & Website infrastructure — this is why we are secure & stable

ADABros Infrastructure

We have plans to add new relays in France (FR) and Germany (DE) in 2021 for additional redundancy.

FAQs

Frequently asked questions answered.

Cardano is the 3rd generation blockchain technology that was launched in September 2017 built around peer reviewed papers; where ADA is the native token that runs on this platform. It has been designed from ground up to address the following three shortfalls of 1st generation (Bitcoin) and 2nd generation (Ethereum) crypto currencies:

  • Scalability (Transactions / second speed, Network bandwidth, Data storage)
  • Interoperability (Work with many crypto currencies out there, become trustworthy with banks)
  • Sustainability (Who pays for the development, who gets to decide what we work on)
To learn more about the fundamental differences between Cardano and other crypto currencies, we reccomend this interview with founder of Cardano; Charles Hoskinson where this topic is explored in detail:



If you are still confused, checkout this simple video from 2018 or this recent video from 2020.
If you hold Cardano (ADA) and decide to stake it, you'll earn a return on your investment. This helps the network as well: staking is the process by which validators are selected to create a new block in the chain.

Think of staking like earning intrest on your balance in your bank account, but with Cryptocurrency.

Checkout this simple 2 minutes video explaination of staking Cardano (ADA):

A stake pool is a network node with a public address for users to delegate to. Stake pools are run by a reliable operator: an individual or business with the knowledge and resources to run the node on a consistent basis. ADA holders can then delegate to stake pools if they wish to participate in the protocol and receive rewards, but do not wish to operate a network node themselves.

The more stake delegated to a stake pool, the greater chance it has of being selected as a slot leader. Each time it is selected, it is rewarded, and these rewards are shared between the stake pool operator and stake pool delegates.

We are operating a stake pool because we believe in the project and it's philosophy and want to help with running the decentralised Cardano blockchain for all.
When our stake pool is elected to produce the next block in the chain (aka "slot leader"), our pool is rewarded with some ADA for every blocks we produce. We keep 340 ADA + 1% from the total rewards and the remaining rewards are automatically split and given to the delegators staking their ADA at our pool - proportional to their stake amount.

To understand how various fees are applied, checkout our simple rewards calculator.
There are NO risks involved in staking your ADA at our pool. Your ADA never leaves your wallet, it is simply delegated to our pool. The more ADA staked at our stake pool, the more rewards will be given out when we mint the next block in the chain. The entire process is automated.
At the moment, the best place to buy Cardano (ADA) is from Binance, use our referral code and recieve 10% commission on every purchase:
https://www.binance.com/en/register?ref=FI1NVC5N

If you live in the United States, please use this separate link for Binance (we do not have a referral for US site):
https://www.binance.us
In order to stake your Cardano (ADA), you must use one of the official wallets:

Here's a video tutorial on how to stake with ADABros. Simply launch the Daedalus wallet, search for "ADABros" pool name or "ABRO" pool ticker and click on "Delegate to this pool" button and follow the on screen process.

Make sure the pool ID is 2b86af0e2d02fde9b5e06785870bb271d3f891ecd14d40a75180a7ce.

Rewards for each epoch are distributed after the subsequent two epochs. This means that the mainnet will not begin to distribute rewards until two epochs after launch.

An epoch on the mainnet lasts 5 days. So in theory, you will first see your rewards approximately in 10 days.
If you wish, you are free to undelegate your ADA from our stake pool at any time.

There are no penalties and you will not incur any fees if you decide to undelegate from our stake pool. When you undelegate from our pool, it will be actioned at the next epoch and you will stop receiving staking rewards from ADABros.
Saturation is a term used to indicate that a particular stake pool has more stake delegated to it than is ideal for the network, and once a pool reaches the point of saturation it will offer diminishing rewards. The saturation mechanism was designed to prevent centralization by encouraging delegators to delegate to different stake pools, and operators to set up alternative pools so that they can continue earning maximum rewards. Saturation, therefore, exists to preserve the interests of both ADA holders delegating their stake and stake pool operators.

The goal is to avoid any single pool becoming too large – thereby disincentivizing delegation to other pools – and receiving a disproportionate amount of the rewards. The health of the network is partly determined by having a high number of active stake pools with a balanced amount of stake delegated to them. The more numerous and geographically diverse the network’s pools, the better.

If our stake pool is saturated, please do not stake your Cardano (ADA) with us as you will see less rewards.

Team

Meet the people behind the pool - we're open and transparent

Latheesan Kanesamoorthy

Software Engineer

Sooraj Rughooputh

Software Engineer

We are inspired by the philosophy and goals of the Cardano project. We would love to do our part in helping in running decentralised Cardano blockchain for all.

News

Latest news from us and about the Cardano project

ADABros: Our pool is successfully registered & online. We are now accepting delegation. Thank you.