In this section, you'll find key specifics related to Ethereum, including staking, bonding, slashing risk, rewards distribution, and more:
|Minimum Staking Amount||The solo staking minimum is 32 ETH, while the minimum deposit for pooled or staking-as-a-service varies by the exchange or wallet service.|
|Bonding Time||It depends on the activation queue.|
|Unbonding Time||It depends on the exit queue.|
|Slashing Risk||When a validator is slashed, 1/32 of their staked Ether is immediately burned. Then, a 36-day removal period starts, when their stake gradually bleeds away.|
At the midpoint of this period, an additional "correlation penalty" is applied based on the total staked Ether of all slashed validators in the preceding 36 days.
|Staking Rewards Distribution||Reward payments are automated for active validator accounts holding a maximum effective balance of 32 ETH in Ethereum staking.|
These rewards are distributed approximately once a week and vary based on factors such as the amount of staked ETH, staking duration, inflation, and more.
|Staking Rewards Compound||ETH 2.0's staking mechanism does not involve compounding rewards, meaning users cannot earn interest on their interest.|
|Inflation Rate||The annual Ethereum supply is limited to 18,000,000, leading to a decreasing inflation rate. In 2022, Ethereum's inflation reduced from 1.10% to 0.51% in the first quarter.|
Over time, Ethereum aims to balance newly issued ETH and naturally burned or lost ETH.
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