Delegate Cosmos (ATOM) using Ledger (with Hubble or Stargazer)

Mar 22, 2019 2 min read
Delegate Cosmos (ATOM) using Ledger (with Hubble or Stargazer)

Delegating $ATOM Cosmos using your Ledger Wallet with Hubble or Stargazer, step-by-step guide.

Hey everyone 👋. On today’s guide, we will explain to you how you can delegate your ATOM using Cosmos block explorers such as Stargazer or Hubble and Ledger without having to deal with the command line.

It’s effortless. In this tutorial, we will guide you step by step.

POS Bakerz — Stargazer Validator page
POS Bakerz — Hubble Validator page

Through this tutorial, we consider that you successfully recovered your ATOM from the fundraiser and that you use a Ledger device to store them. If you did not restore your wallet yet, we advise you to have a look at Awa Sun Yin guide or check the official documentation.

You can also use the Cosmostation or Wetez wallet if you are looking for another way to store them.

Here are the few steps you need to follow if you want to delegate to POS Bakerz or another Cosmos validator.

  1. Open Hubble or Stargazer and go on the Stakin validator page.

2. Click on Delegate, connect your Ledger, and open your Cosmos app from your Ledger device.

3. Simply input the number of atoms you want to delegate to POS Bakerz, then click on Sign & send the transaction.

4. The last thing you have to do is to confirm the purchase from your ledger. A message will appear on your device; just press the right button to prove it.

And this is it; you have now delegated your ATOM to POS Bakerz.

We only charge 2% fees, and already operate nodes for other protocols such as Tezos and Irisnet. Learn more about us by checking our website and follow us on Twitter to check our news.
https://www.mintscan.io/validators/cosmosvaloper1fhr7e04ct0zslmkzqt9smakg3sxrdve6ulclj2

Disclaimer: The Cosmos network, as described in this article, is under development and is being regularly updated, including but not limited to essential governance and technical features. This is not investment advice. This article is for information purposes only. Cryptocurrencies are highly volatile investment assets. We suggest that you conduct your research before deciding to purchase cryptocurrencies, and we will not be responsible for any loss of capital related to the reading of this article. In Bonded Proof-of-Stake (BPoS) protocols, delegators face slashing risks if their validators commit liveness or security faults.

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