Mina Staking Pool - Stake Mina

Contact me if you need minas to cover delegation transactions

Delegation Address


Current Metrics of the Staking Pool

Stake Mina is receiving a Mina Foundation and O(1) Labs Delegation.

Block Producer Version: Commit a42bdeef6b0c15ee34616e4df76c882b0c5c7c2a on branch master - Mainnet

Total Stake: 3'903'966.60

Probability of the pool winning a block: 0.49%

Average number of block per epoch: 48

Key facts

  • Stake Mina is receiving a Mina Foundation and O(1) Labs Delegation
  • Stake Mina holds a Genesis Founding Member and a Technical Community Ambassador grant
  • All payouts are made offline and on a regular basis
  • We are commited for the long-term

If you have any questions, feel free to reach out at any time:


If you already know what you are doing head to the Delegating Mina Staking Pool section.

Delegation Address


Welcome to Stake Mina

We are a Staking as a Service Provider for the Mina Protocol.

What is Mina Protocol?

Mina Protocol is the first cryptocurrency with a succinct blockchain. It is scalable, secure, and decentralized. By design, the entire Mina blockchain is and will always be about 22kb - the size of a couple of tweets. So anyone with a smartphone will be able to sync and verify the network in seconds.

What is Staking?

Staking is the process of actively participating in transaction validation (similar to mining) on a proof-of-stake (PoS) blockchain. Anyone who holds mina can validate transactions and earn Staking rewards.

The chance of winning the block scales in proportion to the amount of mina staked. For example, if one node stakes 50% of the available mina in the network, they theoretically have a 50% chance of being selected to produce future blocks.

Mina uses Ouroboros Samisika Proof-of-Stake to implement the details of staking.

How can I stake mina?

Staking mina can be done in two ways:

  1. You have enough technical skills to run yourself a block producer.
  2. You delegate your mina to a Staking Pool so you don't have to worry about hardware costs and maintenance. In general, a Staking Pool charges a fee for this service.