Horizen’s Latest Addition To Super Nodes – Single Address Staking with Alternate Payout Addresses!
Our latest additions open the doors for institutional product offerings and extend the usability for our Super Node operators!
We are excited to announce two new additions to the Horizen ecosystem: Single Address Staking with Alternate Payout Addresses and the new Horizen Stake Verification Tool.
About Our New Releases
Single Address Staking allows multiple stake amounts for multiple nodes to be ‘stacked’ in one ZEN address. Payouts can be split across up to five ZEN addresses, each with a different percentage of the total earnings. This greatly reduces the management required when running multiple nodes!
- Only one stake address is needed instead of one for each node
- The destination address of payouts can be configured, removing the need for batch withdrawal transactions from individual stake addresses
- Total transaction count can be reduced, improving wallet performance
The Stake Verification Tool proves ownership of a transparent stake address for Horizen Super Nodes which is a requirement for Single Address Staking.
Check out our GitHub Readme file for detailed instructions on using the Horizen Stake Verification Tool. Full documentation and guides will be provided soon.
Be sure to send us your feedback about our latest additions! You can send your comments to our team on Twitter, Facebook, or Discord.
September 3, 2020 @ 9:44 pm
I am sometimes lazy to visit this site, can payment receipts use a wallet address other than myzenwallet? many I see delayed submissions from myzenwallet some even failed in delivery, all of it makes your site less trustworthy, I want to find references, but I don’t want to disappoint my partner … please be given a withdrawal address other than myzenwallet … thank you …!!
September 6, 2020 @ 12:00 pm
Please l don’t understand most of the discussion, in a lay man language how many ZEN do l need to start mining and how many ZEN do l need to start staking?