Mainnet ETH staking free with Blox for a limited time
That’s why we’re offering Eth2 early adopters the chance to stake on mainnet using our non-custodial platform with ZERO FEES until transfers are available in Phase 1.5 OR for up to 2 years after validator activation (whichever happens first).
You got that right, you can stake your ETH and keep your keys using Blox – and it’s free to get started!
Early Birds stake free with Blox StakingThe Fine Print
We’ll run this promotion for a few weeks and thereafter our pricing structure will come into effect for all newly activated validators. Just to be clear, this means that validators activated during this promotion period will not be required to pay Blox service fees until transfers are available in Phase 1.5 OR up to 2 years after validator activation. Validators created after this promotion period ends, will be charged in accordance with platform fees.
Once transfers are available, you will not be required to keep using Blox as you have full custody and control over your keys, and can leave at any time.
Breakdown of Blox Pricing
Validators created after this promotion period will be activated upon receipt of payment. Staking with Blox will start at $180/validator until transfers are available in Phase 1.5 OR up to 2 years after validator activation (whichever happens first). Thereafter, we will charge a yearly fee of $180/validator.
How About Multiple Validators?
After the 5th validator created with Blox, we apply a 10% incremental discount. Take a look at the following breakdown of the price of 20 validators as an example:
How do I pay for Blox Staking?How Do I Pay?
You will be able to pay directly through the Blox Live Desktop App upon validator set up. Please note that price is denoted in USD, however, the fee will be paid in the equivalent amount of ETH at time of purchase. We are handling payment this way to ensure that pricing remains relatively constant, and does not fluctuate with the volatility of the price of ETH.
Questions about non-custodial stakingHave Some More Questions?