While there are no official Mina Wallets, there ARE three fully audited wallets that are used extensively by the Mina Protocol community. Perhaps the least known of the three wallets is made by Staking Power, and while staking Mina is actually very straightforward there are a few essentials worth knowing.
Everstake, one of the biggest Node operators and validators for Mina Protocol have put together this helpful video guide on ‘How to stake Mina using the Staking Power Wallet’. You can watch the video below. You can also read our helpful guide on ‘How to stake Mina’ HERE.
Check out our new video to learn how to create a StakingPower wallet and start delegating $MINA there. Here’s what you’ll see:— Everstake (@everstake_pool) October 15, 2022
0:00 — Intro
0:33 — Creating a wallet
2:20 — Adding funds
3:01 — Delegating $MINA
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