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Support initial set of Proof of Stake cryptocurrencies as value add service to validators #473

jrmoreau opened this issue Aug 20, 2019 · 2 comments


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@jrmoreau jrmoreau commented Aug 20, 2019


Validators/Bakers (and delegators as well) have accounting challenges keeping track of what is staked, what is coming in for rewards, what gets re-delegated/staked/baked etc. rotkehlchen would provide a major value to this set of businesses by offering to track account balances on chains such as Cosmos, Tezos (and other popular Proof of Stake chains as they emerge).


Speaking with lots of different professional validators/bakers on Cosmos/Tezos, tracking what comes in and goes out is difficult and poses a lot of mental/emotional overhead come tax time. This tool would be so useful to us/them.


I think Cosmos and Tezos would be the best networks to start with but could imagine many others being good candidates as well.


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@LefterisJP LefterisJP commented Aug 20, 2019

Thank you @jrmoreau for remembering to open this issue after our twitter chat. I will consider this. Will also ask around to see how many people would be interested in such a feature.


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@LefterisJP LefterisJP commented Dec 18, 2019

Kraken has added Tezos staking from their website. This seems like a low hanging fruit for supporting one form of staking so may be done soon: #569

For the rest and for canonical-onchain staking monitoring it will be part of the App and hopefully scheduled early next year after 1.1.0.

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