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I like to call the cryptocurrency industry a land of opportunities for the millennials. Our generation might have missed the opportunity to invest in previous generation innovations like Google and Facebook – Now, we have an even bigger opportunity ahead of us. The blockchain realm has made investing a lot more easy and inclusive. Here are some of the most popular services that the crypto industry has to offer to generate substantial passive income.

Staking

Blockchains are essentially transaction databases that are maintained by no single authority. Proof of work (PoW) blockchains, such as Bitcoin rely on mining to address the challenge of securely verifying transactions. Mining involves powerful computers competing to solve cryptographic problems. However, because mining involves expensive hardware and significant power consumption, it is out of reach for the majority of the population.

Proof of stake networks like Polkadot, Cardano, and Ethereum 2.0 replace all of it with a staking mechanism. This is perhaps the easiest and the safest that is profitable for both new and experienced traders alike. 

Like miners earn crypto for their labour (all that gas-guzzling computation), validators get crypto when they stake crypto. Every staker that delegated crypto to the validator obtains a share of the payouts (less the validator’s cut).

As a result, staking may be a financially appealing alternative for crypto investors who want to hold assets rather than day trade them, no matter how tiny they may be. While staking is based on sophisticated mathematics, it needs relatively minimal technical understanding.

According to the July 2021 study “The State of Staking” by the US firm Staked, there is about $171 billion in assets locked in staking across PoS cryptocurrencies as of Q2 2021. 

Yield rates differ between platforms and might alter based on the amount of validators in the network. In general, there are two methods of staking.

The first option is to act as a validator, operating your own node. This approach needs some bootstrapping. To host your own validator node, you must have a safe and dependable technological infrastructure as well as the necessary knowledge. The minimum quantity of coins required to bet is sometimes rather high as well. You must have a minimum of 32 ETH to become an Ethereum 2.0 validator!

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