First you need Cardano (ADA). Go to a trading platform like Binance or Bitpanda. An overview of trading platforms can be found athere!

Next, you need the wallet software. From the trading platform, you then send your Cardano to your own wallet. We recommend the official Daedalus or CC-Vault.

In the Wallet, you then go to the Stake/Delegation overview. There you will find all stake pools in the Cardano network.. Now search for HSP and click on delegate.

You are at the finish and your Cardano are now staked and earning profits. After 2-5 epochs, the first rewards will be in your wallet.

Our mission

We want to provide our self-built knowledge and experience as well as suggestions to anyone who wants to be a part of the crypto community. Do you want to support our mission? Then join us and become a part of our community!

Strengthen the Cardano network

To ensure high resilience and promote decentralization, our servers are located in various data centers spread across Europe. 

Create educational opportunities

For those who want to become part of the crypto community, we provide information based on our experience and knowledge. We also provide suggestions for everyone.

Honey Stake Pool 

Single Pool Alliance

We commit to running only one stake pool for the Cardano network at a time to promote decentralization. We will also steadily increase our Pledge.

24/7 monitoring

The pool infrastructure is protected by a complex security system that is monitored around the clock by our experienced operators.

Experienced Linux Operators

Our operators are experienced Linux users with many years of experience in operating server infrastructure.

100 percent green energy

Our servers are hosted in data centers with 100 percent of the electricity used to power them coming from renewable sources.

Transparent

We try to share as much and as transparent information as possible. If you have any questions or suggestions, please feel free to contact us at any time.

Hardware Specs

To be ready for future updates in the Cardano network, we rely on dedicated server with AMD processor, 64 GB DDR4 RAM and fast NVMe SSDs.

Blocks


Here you can find our previous blocks validated for the Cardano Blockchain and the corresponding reward distribution:

Epoch: 470

Date:2024-03-03 16:05:47

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Epoch: 471

Date:2024-03-09 04:51:56

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Epoch: 472

Date:2024-03-13 16:20:03

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Epoch: 472

Date:2024-03-14 04:24:07

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Epoch: 485

Date:2024-05-15 05:12:32

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Epoch: 485

Date:2024-05-16 20:02:03

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Team

Get to know the people behind HoneyStake.

Michael Geigerhilk

Software-Engineer

Stefan Raabe

System-Engineer

FAQ

Here you will find frequently asked questions about Cardano, cryptocurrencies and the blockchain in general.

A blockchain is a decentralized, public database that is considered particularly secure. A continuous list of data records (called blocks) are concatenated in the blockchain using cryptography.

You can think of ADA staking as being similar to a lottery. In this lottery, each individual ADA is like a lottery ticket. Since an algorithm randomly selects who gets to validate transactions on the Cardano Blockchain, the participants with the most staked ADAs have a higher chance of being selected. For this reason, ADAs are staked in so-called staking pools (lottery betting pools). In these pools, multiple ADA delegators team up and pool their coins to maximize their profits.

Cardano (ADA) is one of the largest blockchain platforms in the world, along with Bitcoin and Ethereum. The objective is to scientifically explore known difficulties of previous blockchain projects and offer solutions. The project, launched in 2015, aims to create a decentralized platform for complex, programmable transfers of value and smart contracts from the point of view of scalability and security. The basic principles are scientific approach, transparency, implementation with a modular and functional language, openness to official institutions and regulators, and source openness.

An epoch is 5 days long in the Cardano network. 

Honey Stake is an environmentally friendly, reliable stake pool. We donate 5 percent of our rewards to environmental causes. Also, in addition to your normal ADA Rewards, you can earn additional rewards from us, such as extra tokens or NFTs. Furthermore, you can always contact us with questions via Discord, Telegram, Twitter & Instagram and we'll be happy to help you out. We are also active Cardano community members and want to share our knowledge and experience with others and help advance the Cardano ecosystem.

Yes, you can send or delegate your ADA to another stake pool at any time.

No, stake pool operators never have access to the coins of their delegators.

To get an approximate idea of the Staking Rewards the official Cardano Staking Calculator be used.

Currently we recommend Daedalus and CC-Vault.

Yes, this is not a problem.

In principle, you should always try to use a hardware wallet. A hardware wallet provides an additional security hurdle that a potential attacker must overcome. Even if your computer is compromised, the attacker also needs physical access to your hardware wallet to make a withdrawal.

After about 5 epochs you can expect your first rewards if you have never delegated before. If you switch to us from another stake pool, it will take about 2 epochs for your ADA to become active in our pool and generate rewards.

No, because your additional ADA is automatically clocked to the delegated pool.

No, you do not have to claim your rewards. Your rewards are also automatically staked in the pool and generate rewards. Only when you want to send them you have to claim the rewards. 

No, because Cardano consumes much less power than other comparable blockchain networks due to its proof-of-stake algorithm Ouroborus.

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