Where can I see StakeHound’s assets?
Our ZEN is stored at the following addresses
Is the code audited?
Why won’t I see additional transactions of stZEN staking reward distribution?
stToken holders will not see transactions of reward distribution as it is done through a rebase mechanism. Rebase refers to having an elastic token supply that adjusts according to specific metrics. In this case, stZEN’s total supply updates automatically according to the number of ZEN staked through StakeHound. When ZEN staking rewards are received, leading to an increase of ZEN staked, the total stZEN supply is also increased accordingly.
If Adam was holding onto 10 stZEN and the total ZEN staked saw a 5% increase (due to rewards), Adam will now see 10.5 stZEN in his holdings – whether it’s in his wallet or in an AMM liquidity pool.
If I’m already running ZEN nodes, how is this any different?
As stZEN are ERC-20 tokens, this means that while you earn node staking rewards, you have the flexibility of using stZEN to trade, hold, or do more such as yield farming, lending and borrowing, in the DeFi space. Refer to ‘How can I make the best out of stZEN’ for more details.
Unfamiliar with SushiSwap? Try stZEN™ on the Testnet today:
Testnet is an emulation of how the swap and trades work. The testnet cryptocurrencies cannot be transferred to or swapped for the ones on the mainnet.
- Comprehensive Testnet Document
- Step by Step Guide: stZEN Testnet
- Join stZEN Discord Community: Discuss/Ask Questions