Everything about DApps and Cardano

The most frequently asked questions about our ADA stake pool and qa Cardano itself.

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About DApps

How does DApps contribute to the Cardano ecosystem?

Our goal is to be part of the solution, to contribute to a completely secure and fully decentralized Cardano network. We apply ADA holders the opportunity to delegate stakes to a low-saturation pool with margin fees below 1%. By doing this they will also be supporting future developments within the Cardano ecosystem: DApps Latam will start offering blockchain outsourcing services to help startups that aim at deploying software solutions in Cardano and will start offering nodes as a service (Come build your staking pool with us!)

What type of blockchain solutions will DApps develop in the future?

There is a wide range of uses of the Cardano blockchain for startups. Blockchain outsourcing services offered by DApps will be able to adapt to a variety of different needs depending on each startup's strategic goals.

What datacenter is DApps supported on?

We are supported by Jalasoft's Jala Cloud, as well as Azure. Jalasoft is a team of cloud experts that provide data center services for our stake pool. Their expertise makes them an ideal IT service provider to ensure that our services are secure, constantly updated and that no opportunities to produce blocks will be missed by our clients.

How do I know it is safe?

Our deepest purpose is to provide more and more people the opportunity of being part of a secure and transparent community with real-world impact.

How it works

Where can I check DApps metrics?

Go to Adapools or PoolTool and enter "DApps" or "DApps Latam" in the search bar (ticker: DALAT). You will see all the metrics associated with DApps, including saturation, active stakes, pledge, margin fee, and more.

What is the pool size of DApps?

As of today, Q1 2022, DApps is a low-saturated stake pool with an active stake of around 360k ADA.

Why should I delegate stakes to DApps?

Stake pools with low saturation like DApps offer better rewards and contribute to decentralizing Cardano. In fact, the Cardano network is designed to encourage the creation of new stake pools as pools that surpass the saturation point offer diminishing returns. DApps works with an optimal pool margin fee below 1%, which means great rewards for our clients.

How can I delegate to DApps?

Delegate stakes to DApps easily through any one of the two Cardano wallets, Daedalus and Yoroi. To learn how to go through the ADA staking delegation process, check out our brief guides to delegate to DApps with Daedalus and with Yoroi here.

About Cardano

What is ADA?

ADA is Cardano's internal cryptocurrency. The Cardano blockchain safely records every ADA transaction in a permanent and transparent manner. ADA is stored in wallets from which it can be delegated to a stake pool to earn rewards, or else pledged to a stake pool to improve its possibilities of earning rewards.

Why should I choose Cardano?

Cardano blockchain is based on a secure proof-of-stake system that requires significantly less energy than the proof-of-work protocols used by the most popular cryptocurrencies. Due to the platform's ability to tackle environmental concerns and generate real-world impact, it is considered to have a massive potential for the upcoming years, offering investors excellent opportunities.

How can I get ADA?

To buy or sell ADA, go to coinmarketcap and see the list of cryptocurrency exchanges that support it. Using wallets such as Daedalus and Yoroi is highly recommended in order to increase the security of your ADA.

How should I choose a stake pool?

Both Daedalus and Yoroi feature a list of the ranked available stake pools to which you can delegate, color-coded displayed on the basis of a set of criteria that includes margin fee, performance, and saturation. Green-colored pools are those that are less saturated - and therefore are likely to offer better rewards to the investors.

What is the optimal margin fee?

Staking your ADA to low-saturation pools with low-margin fees offers better rewards. DApps works with an optimal margin fee below 1%.

What is the cost of staking ADA?

Registering a new wallet and staking to the pool of your choice for the first time costs approximately 2 ADA. Also, take into account that the fixed fee of 340 ADA is not a direct cost to the delegator, but represents the minimum amount of ADA the pool earns.

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