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  1. If your funds were in legacy delegation: If you had your funds with a staking provider:
  2. Do you have enough egld in your account for the transaction fee? Otherwise this might be the issue.
  3. I suspect you have the EGLD(BEP20) on the binance smart chain (BSC), as pancakeswap is deployed as far as I know on BSC only. (can you confirm this?) If the above is true you can use the binance bridge to transfer from your binance smart chain wallet (probably you have metamask configured for binance smart chain) to elrond wallet: https://www.binance.org/en/bridge On the binance bridge, for the "Asset" you need to select EGLD, then below you will see From "EGLD Network" To "Binance Smart Chain Network" and an arrow between them. Click on the arrow so that it becomes From "Binance Sm
  4. The amount 0 refers to the amount you send to the Delegation Smart Contract. For the "claim rewards" transaction this amount = 0 is correct. You don't need to send funds from your wallet to the Smart Contract, you just want to call the "claim rewards" function, which will return the rewards from the Smart Contract to your wallet. For the claim rewards, the returning of the funds is in a smart contract result (which you see if you expand the claim rewards transaction after it is finalized). You can also check your account balance before issuing the claim rewards transaction,
  5. It's your choice which wallet to use, all are yours. By default if you used the same seed phrase with maiar or web wallet, the used account was the first one. So you can select the first one if you need to access the same wallet. Whenever you need an additional wallet you can use the next one in the list and so on.
  6. All listed wallet addresses are under your control, you can use any of those with ledger Without ledger, the web wallet currently only displays the wallet associated with first address. All wallets keys (private and public) that give you control over the wallets can be generated again from the same 24 words secret phrase.
  7. The end result of getting fees out of own rewards equals with not getting fees out of own rewards. SP gets the same amount (rewards +fees) either case.
  8. if you go and read the first proposal for staking phase 3 and the appendix formulas you will see that there are different factors influencing a staking pool APR 1. Amount staked in the network 2. The staking pool registered active nodes 3. Number of produced blocks the staking pool active nodes participate in consensus for (cannot be approximated beforehand so it is assumed 100% success rate) 4. The staking pool queued nodes (not earning any rewards) 5. Topup stake for the staking pool = total stake in pool divided by all SP nodes (active and queued) multiplied by the
  9. the APR varies depending on how much is staked in the network. The 24.4% APR was for the situation where we have 8 mil egld staked (so 3200 staked nodes each with 2500, no topup) With the current level of stake in the network (~10.6 mil egld stake eligible for rewards) it should be ~21% APR for base stake.
  10. If you already have active nodes then it means you have more than 2500 staked. The 1250 will be considered out of the already staked amount, so you don't need an extra 1250 egld. example: One validator that has 1 directly staked node wants to become a staking provider. Let's assume he has exactly 2500 egld staked, no topup. When choosing to transform into a staking pool, 1250 out of the 2500 already staked egld will be considered as the initial deposit for the staking pool, and the remaining 1250 as delegation to the pool from the SP owner. The validator needs to
  11. The staking providers displayed in the maiar wallet or the web wallet (both featured and not featured) all use the delegation smart contract developed by elrond, which was tested and audited multiple times, so to the best of our knowledge it is safe to use.
  12. Legacy delegation means that you delegate/stake your funds for "elrond community nodes" that are run by the elrond foundation Stake - you stake your funds in a staking pool for nodes run by a staking provider The legacy delegation currently cannot accept more active delegation (that actually earns rewards). You can still send, only it gets into a waiting list and in case some place is freed in active delegation it can become active delegation (but probably right now not many chances for places to be freed up). There are some though some staking pools still accepting delegations
  13. If that is the entire history, I don't see a problem. So just to confirm your exact steps: 1. You did the unstake and afterwards the unbond transaction from the legacy delegation using the web wallet (withdraw the 10.3 egld from legacy delegation) 2. You then tried to stake those egld and went to the staking provider website and followed the steps but there was an issue on your phone (can you explain what happened?) 3. Then you found the transaction that transferred your funds. The transaction that transferred your funds could not have been part of the normal staking f
  14. This is the valid elrond web wallet. Also the official staking page from istari vision that is accessible from the web wallet is ok, it redirects to the official elrond wallet for login and for transaction signing. While using the official wallet your keys never leave your device so your account was not compromised when visiting that page, it was probably compromised at a different time. As I see in the transaction history the funds were transferred on May 03, 2021 20:05:12 UTC Do you remember if you accessed any other pages where you were required to insert either keyfile
  15. can you post here the link to the maiar site you used?
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