FAQ

Where do I get Harmony One?

Check Coinmarketcap Markets for a list of Exchanges trading Harmony One. You may also want to get them via Defi DApps.

What Wallets accept Harmony One?

Check Holders for a list of Harmony One wallets.

What DApps work with Harmony One?

Check DApps for a list of decentralized applications running on Harmony One.

What is Staking?

For those wishing to participate in staking without running a validator, delegation is the best approach to still get involved and earn block rewards. The act of delegating tokens and earn rewards is called staking.
Harmony ONE holders can delegate their tokens to existing validators using our staking explorer: https://staking.harmony.one/. If the tokens are delegated to an elected validator, a portion of the block reward earned by the validator will be credited to the delegator (according to section Block Reward).
The earned block rewards are stored in a separate reward balance of the delegator, which can be immediately withdrawn to the delegator’s account balance. The block rewards can also be staked again to achieve the compounding effect of staking.
Your delegated tokens are also associated with slashing risks of the validator. As a delegator, you should carefully choose validators based on their historical performance metrics such as APR, uptime and commission. In case of indifference or indecisiveness, you should distribute your delegations among multiple validators in order to minimize risk.

How to Stake?

New Delegators Quick, Simple Walkthrough:
💻 Download the ONEwallet extension from here
✍️ Using the new extension create a new wallet or recover an existing one using seed words.
🎯 Next head over to the Staking Dashboard
👀 Choose a validator (or a few)
💰 Stake your tokens
🤑 Earn block rewards every 2 seconds.
Happen to be a more visual learner? Check out Harmony Protocol on YouTube! Be sure to like and subscribe if you find the video(s) helpful.
For a deeper understanding of the staking mechanism, please refer to Terms & Concepts under the Validators section.

More Questions?

For more questions, check our community section.
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