Stake your C4E

Help secure the Chain4Energy network 
Earn sustainable high APR rewards 
Become part of DAO and take an active role in Governance

Assumed APR (Annual Percentage Rate)

Please note that this is the assumption. The exact APR you can check on our dashboard 
depends on network conditions, the validator commission, and the transaction fee 

The calculation mechanism you can find in our FAQ

What is staking?

Staking is the act of locking up a cryptocurrency to receive rewards. It helps verify network transactions and secure the operations of a blockchain network using the Proof of Stake consensus mechanism.

How to benefit from staking

The network’s health depends on your help as a Validator or delegator. You help us identify dangerous or harmful behaviors early. 

The network is rewarding for securing the network in the following way:

Earn staking rewards based on a varible Annual Percentage Rate (APR).

Receive a proportionate share of the netwqrk's transaction revenue.

Validators earn a commision on the stake delegated through them.

Vote on active governance proposals and shape the network.

How to benefit from staking

There are three sources of rewards:

1. Rewards come from our network’s emission schedule, which follows an inflation scheme similar to Bitcoin – we have halving every four years.

Staking reward and Ecosystem Incentive

Seventy percent (70%) of the inflation is distributed as a staking reward, while the remaining portion is earmarked as an ecosystem incentive.

2. Rewards are also allocated to stakers for each block containing transactions, this transaction fee is paid by the users of the network as a ‘gas fee’. As we roll out our products there will be more utilization of the chain and hence more rewards available to validators and delegators.

3. Last but not least source is the percentage of the product subscription fee. Customers using products are paying a subscription fee which partially is distributed to the ecosystem. For more details see Token Flow.

How to benefit from staking

When a validator goes offline for an extended period of time or behaves in an abnormal way, it is punished for that behavior with a percentage of its tokens being forfeited, including the tokens of all its delegates. This is a protocol-level feature needed to ensure the security and health of the network. 

When choosing a validator to delegate your stake to, you can filter by the condition of the server’s uptime and reliability, and the percentage of commission. We encourage delegators to do their own research before selecting a node to delegate stake to; to mitigate the risk you can delegate your stake to multiple validators.

How to stake C4E?


First, get native C4E.

You can take part in one of our fairdrops campaigns.
Or You can buy C4E at any DEX or CEX listing our token. Coming soon.


Set up a Keplr wallet so you can send and receive C4E.


Go to the C4E dashboard and click ‘connect Keplr wallet’. Login to your Keplr wallet using the browser extension you set up earlier.


Select the ‘Staking’ tab in the C4E Dashboard and tab from the menu on the left.


Pick the validator that best suits your needs and click ‘Manage’.


Confirm your account address is correct and specify the amount of C4E you wish to delegate, then click ‘Submit’.


Approve the transaction fees. Congratulations, you have successfully delegated your stake to a validator and are now earning rewards.


You can come back regularly e.g. at weekly bases and claim your pending rewards by clicking “Claim” on the dashboard main page.

Once claimed you can stake C4E tokens again.