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  • Velas Support created an article,

    What is BitOrbit?

    BitOrbit - is a social media next gen that has a better system (decentralized social media), so that users can maintain their freedom of opinion responsibly. The philosophy that we use in presentin...

  • Velas Support created an article,

    Guide to the node setup

        Welcome to Velas Blockchain User Guides GUIDE TO NODE SETUP INTRODUCTION This manual contains a step-by-step guide for Velas node setup. All active nodes are candidates, currently, 19 va...

  • Velas Support created an article,

    Wallet creation guide

        Welcome to Velas Blockchain User Guides WEB & DESKTOP GUIDE FOR WALLET CREATION Introduction This manual book contains the steps for creating the wallet athttps://wallet.velas.com. The who...

  • Velas Support created an article,

    Android Wallet Setup

      Welcome to Velas Blockchain User Guides ANDROID WALLET SETUP Velas Wallet Android Setup Video-tutorial If you want to see the video tutorial, tap on the following link that will take you dir...

  • Velas Support created an article,

    Symblox Quick Guide for Mobile

      symblox.github.io Symblox Quick Guide for Mobile Setting up Velas DeFi Wallet a. Installing Velas DeFi Wallet For Android users: Download the apk here. For iOS users: From your iPhone, go t...

  • Velas Support created an article,

    Can a pool be banned?

    Yes, the pool can be banned and in case if it will be banned all delegators in its pool will be banned as well. The ban duration is 2 epochs

  • Velas Support created an article,

    Can a Velas's participant be banned?

    Yes, the node can be banned for malicious actions or skipping blocks as validators.  

  • Velas Support created an article,

    How to become a Candidate?

    Every active pool (not banned + has enough balance) which are not participating in Validation are in fact Candidates. Only pools could be the Candidates.

  • Velas Support created an article,

    How can I become a Validator?

    To become a validator, you must first install a node (a node can be installed from Staking Page in a wallet) and then stake in your pool. The total stake amount of a candidate on their own pool can...

  • Velas Support created an article,

    How long could I be a delegator?

    There are no limitations on the duration of delegating your stake. However, on exchanges, there are some staking plans - 30/60/90 days