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Polkadot Staking Apps

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Polkadot Staking Dashboardโ€‹

The Polkadot Staking Dashboard is a web3 application dedicated to native non-custodial staking on the Polkadot relay chain. The dashboard allows to stake as a solo nominator or as a nomination pool member. Users can also create their nomination pools. The dashboard supports Ledger, Polkadot Vault, SubWallet, Talisman, WalletConnect, Fearless Wallet, PolkaGate, and Enkrypt. The dashboard also supports staking proxies.

You can find more information about the Polkadot staking dashboard on the dedicated wiki page and support articles.

Below a list of video tutorial about the Polkadot Staking Dashboard.

Sub.IDโ€‹

Sub.ID is a one-stop-shop for managing your Polkadot accounts, viewing your addresses and balances, and looking at other accounts.

It features a Polkadot staking page, where you can easily start staking DOT. Stakers can choose their preferred validators or stake with the recommended validator set.

NOMIโ€‹

NOMI is designed to actively involve Nominators in Native Staking within the Polkadot networks. It aims to offer a unique and enhanced nomination experience, using Multiple-Criteria Decision Analysis (MCDA) as a base for the analytical research. MCDA is an open and transparent approach for evaluating numerous conflicting traits in the decision-making process. For the analysis, validator data is collected at the last block of every session.

source: https://github.com/turboflakes/apps

SubWallet Earningโ€‹

SubWallet Web Dashboard is the all-in-one solution to manage assets and stake on multiple networks in the Polkadot, Kusama and Polkadot SDK (Substrate) ecosystems.

The Web Dashboard features an Earning tab which allows users to stake DOT easily via native nomination pools, as well as in liquid staking and lending protocols, without having to manage multiple applications with different interfaces and experiences.