Tigr Cardano Pool
With minimal fees we offer you high returns.
Secure operation by reducing attack vectors, establishing a security concept and adhering to best practices.
Dedicated hardware in multiple locations ensure stable operations.
Docker ensures availability.
Low fees provide you with a high return of ADA (ROA).
Own ADA will be pledged to further increase ROA.
Many years of experience in software development and operation.
As a small pool we contribute to network stability, decentralisation and network speed.
Delegate with us and start securing the network! Today!
No, your ADA should NEVER leave your wallet or be sent to another wallet to stake. Please be cautious of staking sites asking you to send your funds or key phrase.
Delegation is the process by which ADA holders delegate the stake associated with their ADA to a stake pool. It allows ADA holders that do not have the skills or desire to run a node to participate in the network and be rewarded in proportion to the amount of stake delegated.
The Cardano protocol requires stake pool operators to charge a fee per epoch at a minimum of 340 ADA. At Tigrpool, we chose to go with the minimum to provide the highest rewards for our delegates.
In short, Cardano's Staking Rewards are paid out per epoch. An epoch currently covers 5 days. That means every 5 days you benefit from a compound interest effect. If you are interested in the details, read the full article in the Cardano documentation.
Its' not locked up! If you would like to spend or transfer ADA from a delegated account simply spend or transfer as much ADA as you like. The transfer will be instant and the remaining funds will continue to be staked, earning rewards until you choose otherwise.
If you would like to delegate your ADA to another stake pool, simply select your new stake pool of choice from the official Daedalus or Yoroi wallets and select the stake option. Your new staking decision will then take effect in the epoch after next, with rewards from that new stake pool being visible at the beginning of the epoch after that.
No, ADA never leaves the wallet for staking. Staking is a feature built within the Cardano Protocol. Staking with a stake pool of choice puts your ADA never at risk. Never send ADA to another Wallet for staking.
At the moment, wallets do not have this feature. This means that all ADA within a wallet will be delegated to the pool of choice. If the ADA in the possession are divided on several wallets the staking on several pools is possible.
There is no minimum to delegate stake to a pool. Also, there are no hold times either. With a few clicks you can un-stake and use your funds whenever you like.
Most of the well-known crypto exchanges have ADA on offer. On Coinmarketcap.com you can find an overview of which crypto exchanges are included. There are more and more of them every day.
You can calculate delegation rewards with the Cardano Foundation Reward Calculator.