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Why Stake Mina (MINA) with P2P?
Why Stake Mina (MINA) with P2P?

Some of the benefits of staking Mina with P2P Validator

Written by Mike
Updated over a week ago

Being Early Genesis members, Testnet participants, Seed peer providers, and among the top 3 snark producers, we take pride in our significant involvement in the development of the Mina network. We further contribute by providing educational materials as well as being reachable to the community. Of course, we have also set ourselves as a trusted validator in the Mina network.

We have a dedicated, experienced team to handle the network operations involved in staking MINA, promising a high uptime and performance to our delegators. We have a significant MINA stake, further demonstrating the community's trust in our staking infrastructure.

With consistency and a competitive fee, we promise to provide a high yield on your delegation. Additionally, P2P has increased the payout frequency for all our Mina Protocol (MINA) delegators by 50%. We now distribute MINA rewards approximately every 7 to 8 days - instead of 14 to 15 days - letting you compound and increase your effective staking yield with P2P.

We provide 24/7 technical support, access to a personal manager, and rewards reports if you delegate more than 66k MINA. You can receive even more benefits if you stake 500k+ MINA. You can sign up for these benefits on our Mina staking page.

By delegating your MINA to P2P you are supporting us to improve the Mina network. If you have any concerns along the way you can get in touch at anytime!

We have created a guide to help you get started: How to Stake Mina (MINA)?

For more information on staking Mina (MINA) with, visit

For additional staking support, visit the P2P Mina Help Centre.

You can also get in contact with a live agent by selecting the speech bubble at the bottom right of this page, sending a message to the Telegram bot, or emailing [email protected].

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