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Server specs
1 relay node US with 4 CPUs, 8GB RAM, 50 GB SSD
1 relay node EU with 4 CPUs, 8GB RAM, 50 GB SSD
1 block node with 4 CPUs, 8GB RAM, 50 GB SSD

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Fast network

Enterprise class network connection with 1Gbps delivers a fast and stable link to the Cardano Network

High reliability nodes

Dedicated servers with 99.999% uptime, upgraded to match network needs

Amazing support

Feel free to ask any question, we'll be glad to help!

Why Stake With Us?

Our aim? - Billionaire Pool is comitted to securing the de-centralisation of the cardano network while maximising returns for its investors over the next 5 years
  • Multi Layered Security
    Our Stakepool applies multilayered security practices and protocols to ensure pool integrity and availability.
  • Geo Dispersed Relays
    Our relay topology has been tailored to optimise speed and reliability by dispersing nodes around the world.
  • Recycled Fees
    All Fees from our pool are re-pledged, providing compounded rewards for delegators.
  • Green Energy
    Our servers are hosted by providers with 100% energy coming from renewable sources. Read more here at Green Power Partnership and Equinix
  • Made with love from Switzerland
    Amazing support from Lugano, in the sunny south of Switzerland. Connect with our social channels!

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It's easy to delegate

To delegate you will need a wallet to store your ADA. You can choose between different wallets. Here's the procedure for each of them.

Daedalus Wallet

Daedalus Wallet is a full-chain wallet, that means that it downloads all the blockchain and verifies each block. It's a very secure wallet developed by IOHK, the same developers of Cardano. You can find it at this page https://daedaluswallet.io

Create a new wallet. You will be guided in the procedure. Write down with pen and paper your 24 word password and store it in a secure place.

Daedalus will now download and verify the blockchain. When it's completed, you will need to transfer you ADA to this wallet. Look for a receiving address and select one of them. Then trasfer your ADA to this address.

  1. Click on Delegation Center
  2. Click on the Stake Pool Tab
  3. Search for BIL in the search bar and click on it
  4. Click on Delegate to this pool, follow the procedure and Relax!

Yoroi Wallet

Yoroi wallet is a light wallet, that means it relies on a third party for verifying the blockchain. It's also a secure wallet developed by EMURGO, a partner of Cardano Foundation. You can find it at this page https://yoroi-wallet.com

Create a new wallet. You will be guided in the procedure. Write down with pen and paper your 24 word password and store it in a secure place.

Now you will need to transfer you ADA to this wallet. Click on Receive, look for a receiving address and select one of them. Then trasfer your ADA to this address.

  1. Open your wallet
  2. Click on Delegate
  3. Search for BIL in the search bar and click on it
  4. Click on Delegate, follow the procedure and Relax!

Adalite Wallet

Adalite is a wallet compatible with hardware wallets, which are physical devices that you can buy to protect your wallet instead of using a password. You can find it at this page https://adalite.io

Create a new wallet. You will be guided in the procedure. If you choose the Mnemonic option, write down with pen and paper your word password and store it in a secure place.

Now you will need to transfer you ADA to this wallet. Look for a receiving address and select one of them. Then trasfer your ADA to this address.

  1. Open your wallet
  2. Click on Staking
  3. Copy our PoolID: 7004d0436f52f905c68d6c23cf58938fa3b82b6193935e220f0183ef
  4. Paste into Delegate Stake field
  5. Click and Relax!

Questions & Answers

What is ADA delegation?


Cardano works with a block generation model (a consensus model) based on the amount staked. For this reason its mechanism is called Proof of Stake (PoS). Stake pools are representatives to the protocol for their delegators. By running their servers, a stake pool runs the technical operations that make this rewarding system possible. Missions of a stake pool are keeping high levels of reliability and security, assisting its delegators and helping in spreading the word about Cardano.

How much does it cost?


When you delegate to a pool, you will pay the amount of 2 ADA. This is a small fee but it's important to discourage so called DoS attacks, in which many operations are pushed at the same time to a server or a group of server to make the unusable. By putting a fee, the Cardano protocol highly discourages DoS attacks by making them much more expensive. When changing pool, you'll pay a transaction fee instead (0.17 ADA).

Will my ADA be blocked when I stake?


Absolutely not! Unlike other protocols such as Ethereum, you will always be able to transfer or take all your delegated amount. You can also undelegate, although you will stop receiving rewards. Currently, this is possible with Yoroi wallet only.

What is pool saturation?


The Cardano system is designed to incentivize decentralisation. Achieving this goal in a Proof of Stake system, where ADAs are delegated to pools means reducing the concentration of ADA in a small number of pools. For this reason if a pool has more ADAs delegated than a certain limit, the rewards for all the delegators will be reduced. This limit is defined by the k value and it's currently 64M. If you are in one of these pools, consider moving to a pool with much less stake, consider a small pool.

Why should I delegate to a small pool?


Small pools are pools that have low amounts of stake. Small pools have less luck but higher rewards and so they can be attractive in two ways: first, since the amount of rewards for each block is decided by the blockchain protocol, if a small pool gets a block, its rewards will be shared between a low number of people so they can be high. On the contrary, if a large pool gets a block its rewards will be shared among many people so you will get a smaller value. This is partially compensated by the fact that in a small pool the total stake is lower and so the total number of blocks per year will be lower. But on average per year, small pools will get higher return of stake (ROS) than larger pools.

One of the purposes of Cardano is to assure decentralisation. By having an ecosystem of many indipendent small pools you are also greatly contributing to this purpose.

When will I receive my rewards?


The clock start when you delegate to a pool. You will have to wait for the next epoch (5 days) to be registered and the next to be active (total 10 days). From that moment you will start contributing to the pool, so you can start receiving rewards. If the pool is small, it won't get immediately a block so you will have to wait for its next block. At that point, you will get rewards 2 epochs after the block is minted.
To summarize: you will need 2 epochs to take part into the pool, and you will get rewards 2 epochs after the pool gets a block.

Why is renewable energy important?


We're here for the long run. Cardano is here to stay and Billionaire Pool was setup with the long run in mind. Being sustainable, energy friendly is a key part of this.

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