Aptos Staking Guide

Aptos (APT) staking guide

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Introduction to Aptos and Staking APT

Aptos is an innovative blockchain platform that has emerged as a significant player in the Web3 infrastructure. It is designed to address blockchain technology's typical challenges, such as frequent outages, high costs, low throughput, and security concerns. The Aptos blockchain is built with a focus on scalability, safety, reliability, and upgradeability, making it a robust foundation for deploying decentralized applications.

Key Features of Aptos:

  1. Security with Move Language: Aptos natively integrates the Move language for secure and fast transaction execution. The Move prover, a formal verifier for smart contracts in Move, enhances security, allowing developers to protect their software effectively.
  2. Flexible Data Model: The blockchain supports flexible key management and hybrid custodial options. It ensures transaction transparency and offers a safer user experience.
  3. High Throughput and Low Latency: Aptos achieves this through a pipelined and modular approach in transaction processing, leveraging parallel execution and efficient use of hardware resources.
  4. Atomicity in Transactions: Unlike other blockchains, Aptos supports atomicity in complex transactions without requiring upfront knowledge of data access, simplifying development and enhancing performance.
  5. Modular Architecture and Upgrades: The design of Aptos supports frequent and instant upgrades, optimizing client flexibility and accommodating new Web3 use cases.
  6. Scalability Initiatives: Aptos is exploring advanced scalability solutions like internal sharding and state sharding to enhance throughput without adding complexity for node operators.

Staking APT, the native token of Aptos, involves participating in the network's security and governance by locking tokens with validators. This guide provides a step-by-step process for staking APT, helping you contribute to the network's robustness while potentially earning rewards.

For more detailed information about Aptos, you can refer to their whitepaper.

Step-by-step guide:

1. Visit the official Aptos explorer page: https://explorer.aptoslabs.com/validators/delegation?network=mainnet

2. Connect your wallet. To use the ledger - link it with Petra or Pontem using the official guide: https://support.ledger.com/hc/en-us/articles/7326502672285-Aptos-APT-?docs=true

3. Visit a validators list and select a delegation node to stake with; they are public and open for anyone to use.

P2P’s node address:


4. Press "stake".

P2P's validator page: https://explorer.aptoslabs.com/validator/0x7273179d4e29d1ab9e3d16ea3c1ef8e9f3a42891b0b51b67d7d14c4444af56ff?network=mainnet

5. Choose the amount and press "deposit".

6. You will see the confirmation message.

7. you will see your delegation on your validator's page once everything is set.

About Us:

P2P Validator is a world-leading non-custodial staking provider, securing over $2 billion by over 10,000 delegators/nominators across 25+ high-class networks.

Do not hesitate to ask questions in our Telegram chat or contact Alexander via [email protected].

We are always open for communication.

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Stake APT with us: https://p2p.org/aptos

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