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HEX is the only crypto that has on-chain provable staying power and a Staker class that has sovereignty over its monetary policy. Currently, the demand is use case driven, with not much traders messing with it. This has certain predictable consequences. For example, the Staker class can leverage its staked value with relatively small monetary …. Read More
Ending a stake
I see quite some confusion among Hexicans on how to end a stake. One would expect this to be the easiest and most comprehensible contract function, yet it appears guidance is needed. Ending a stake is one of several aspects that makes the HEX blockchain certificate of deposit technically different from bank certificates of deposits …. Read More
Ethereum Genesis Wallets of 700,000+ ETH Move Big Blocks Into DeFi Staking Product HEX, Chainalysis Reveals
When a DeFi staking product is well designed — audited and 100% on-chain — every address can be inspected. This means seeing who bought or sold, whether an address has stakes open, when those stakes expire, what other coins they hold — everything! It is even possible to see when big stakes are set to …. Read More
How to stake HEX?
Video tutorial on staking HEX on go.hex.win frontend to the HEX smart contract. This frontend requires Metamask wallet. For other wallets you can use other contract frontends. Staked HEX is bound to the Ethereum address used for staking, so make sure you have the private key and/or the seed phrase saved, well hidden and safe …. Read More
What is so special about HEX?
HEX is a smart contract with its own ERC-20 token that runs on the Ethereum network. In its immutable code we find integrated the main use case, which is that of a blockchain certificate of deposit (BCD). Yet, that is only its superficial function. There are numerous complex game theory elements hardcoded in the contract, …. Read More