LTO Network

LTO Network (LTO)

LegalThings One allows enterprises and governments to orchestrate interorganizational workflows in a decentralized way, maintaining full GDPR compliance and data privacy.

  • Reward: 7.93%
  • Adjusted Reward: 7.93%
  • Compound Reward: 8.25%
  • Adjusted Compound Reward: 8.25%
  • Inflation: 0.00%
  • Lock-Up Period: -
  • Total Staked: 24.53%
  • Price: $0.049
  • Market Cap: $10,868,122
  • Rank: #311

Staking Providers


Provider Reward Lock Up Minimum Holdings Fee

About Staking LTO

LTO Network’s public blockchain is PoS based - Fair Leased Proof of Stake. Anyone can become a validator on mainnet and share the non-inflationary network rewards, supporting the next wave of adoption. You can set up your own node or lease to a community node. Your APR depends on your stake share and the transactions in the network.

How To Stake LTO

There are two options for earning passive income for holders of the token LTO. The first is to run a Validator Node. The second delegation of tokens to a Validator Node. For the average user, the best option is token delegation. Alternative - Running a Validator Node requires moderate technical skills and special knowledge. There is no stake slashing with LTO Network. The only risk is not having a proper node uptime which would prevent you from mining and getting rewards. And if you are leasiong to a community public node, make sure the node operator is acting in good faith and makes distributions on time.

In this post below, provided an overview of the staking process and step-by-step instructions on how to lease LTO. 

Tutorials:

Staking and Leasing LTO Guide