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How Does Staking Work on Coinbase?

When you stake on Coinbase, you are essentially locking up your crypto assets for a set period of time in order to earn interest on them. The interest you earn is paid out in the same asset that you staked, and the amount of interest you earn depends on the length of time that you stake your assets for.

The minimum amount of time that you can stake your assets for is 1 day, and the maximum is 365 days. The longer you stake your assets for, the higher the interest rate you will earn. For example, if you stake ETH for 30 days, you will earn an interest rate of 2.6% per annum.

However, if you stake ETH for 365 days, you will earn an interest rate of 8.

NOTE: WARNING: Staking with Coinbase is a high-risk activity and should be undertaken with caution. Investment losses in staking can be significant, so investors should make sure to understand the risks involved before participating in staking activities. Additionally, Coinbase does not provide any form of insurance for staked assets, meaning that any losses incurred will be the investor’s sole responsibility. Finally, it is important to note that staking is not available for all cryptocurrencies and is subject to change at any time.

In order to start staking on Coinbase, you first need to deposit the crypto assets that you want to stake into your Coinbase account. Once your assets have been deposited, you can then go to the “Stake” page on Coinbase and select the asset that you want to stake and the length of time that you want to stake it for.

Once you have selected the asset and the length of time, you will then need to confirm your transaction. Once your transaction has been confirmed, your assets will be locked up for the selected period of time and you will start earning interest on them.

At the end of the staking period, your assets will be automatically released back into your Coinbase account and you will receive the interest that you have earned in the form of the same asset that you staked.

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