Staking Guide - Oasis (ROSE)

Step-by-step guide to staking Oasis using Oasis Wallet
Written by StakeSeeker
Updated 1 year ago

So… you’re interested in staking Oasis (ROSE) but don’t know where/how to start. Well, this guide will help you start staking in no time.

StakeSeeker is built and managed by BTCS Inc., a U.S. publicly traded company (Nasdaq:BTCS). BTCS has 9 years of experience in the crypto industry and is in compliance with all US regulations, giving you peace of mind knowing that staking with us carries low risk.

We’re excited to provide Non-Custodial staking, meaning you always keep your private keys when delegating and staking with us.

Let’s get started:

1. Setting up your wallet

In order to stake with StakeSeeker, you must have your own crypto wallet. This will allow you to stake your crypto without giving a third-party control over your assets.

The Oasis Wallet is a common wallet used for the Oasis (ROSE) blockchain.

You can create and access Oasis Wallet via the website (

Click Create wallet to get a new Oasis Wallet

Oasis Wallet will guide you through the steps to setup your key phrase to access/recover your wallet.

2. Funding your wallet

Once you have accessed your Oasis Wallet, you now need to fund it with ROSE tokens.

You can fund your wallet in a variety of ways such as by transferring ROSE from an exchange or from another wallet.

3. Staking Oasis

Now that you have ROSE tokens available in your wallet, you can stake it with StakeSeeker!

First, click on Stake button on the left side to open the Oasis Wallet staking dashboard.

You will see list of validators, simply search for StakeSeeker by clicking Ctrl+F and typing StakeSeeker

Node ID — oasis1qqmwnzfmr2cga5vt64hdkaafw66ttumwkcsf56kt

Simply enter the amount of ROSE you will like to delegate and click the Delegate button.

Confirm the delegation.

Congratulations, you are now staking Oasis!

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Disclaimer: The instructions provided in this article are intended to serve as a guide based on the information available at the time of writing. We will make an effort to periodically update the information provided if new information becomes available that requires an update. However, please note that the accuracy of the information cannot be guaranteed, and BTCS cannot be held responsible for any losses incurred as a result of any potential errors in the content within this article.

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