We are currently only bonded for 140,000 XTZ.

If you would like to help increase our bond please feel free to reach out.
We are looking for any financial institutions that may want to partner up.

Email us: info@bakedtezos.com

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Our Fees

We are currently charging an 8% Fee. This is lower than most delegation services. You keep 92% of your baking rewards!

When do rewards payouts happen

As soon as they are available to us we will send out rewards to our delegates.

Your Tezos are Safe!

No signup required and the best part is your Tezos remain safe in your wallet. No need to send any Tezos.

Simply point your delegation to our Delegate Address:

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What is Tezos?

“Tezos is a new decentralized blockchain that governs itself by establishing a true digital commonwealth.”
It is a new platform for smart contracts and decentralized applications that uses a Proof-of-Stake algorithm.

  • On-Chain Governance

    This allows the token holders to determine the desitany of the project. Making it completely "decentralized" in every aspect.

  • Proof-of-Stake

    Tezos’ unique proof-of-stake consensus algorithm gives every Tezos token holder the chance to participate in the confirmation and validation of transactions on the network and in turn be rewarded for doing so.

  • What is baking?

    In Tezos, block creation is done by bakers. Rather than deriving the right to create a block by finding the solution to a proof-of-work problem, bakers obtain that right when a Tezos token (or rather a roll, see below) they own (or that is delegated to them) is randomly selected to create a block. Since not everyone holding tokens is interested in being a baker, tokens can be “delegated” to another party. The delegate does not own or control the tokens in any way. In particular, it cannot spend them. However, if and when one of these tokens is randomly selected to bake a block, that right will belong to the delegate. A baker becomes aware of its right to bake blocks a few weeks in advance. When it does so, it is expected to create a safety deposit that will be held for a few weeks.

  • This safety deposit is referred to in the white paper and in various places as a “bond”. In a few other proof-of-stake systems, this deposit is a single static set amount staked by a delegate. In contrast, in Tezos, the deposit dynamically changes depending on the number of blocks a delegate is set to create.his safety deposit ensures the honesty of the baker during the period around the block creation. If the baker cheats and attempts to propagate blocks on different branches, it is punished by losing its deposit. If a baker creates blocks on a losing branch, it merely forfeits its reward. A baker needs to explicitly try to create blocks on two different branches to be punished. If the baker successfully creates and propagates a valid block, it is rewarded with a block reward as well as some fees paid for by the transactions included in the block.

  • About Us

    We are just 2 guys in Southern California, USA that truly believe in the Tezos project and have the technical "know-how" needed to build, operate and manage a fully fucntioning Tezos Baking Node.

  • Contact Us

    info@bakedtezos.com

    You can also find us on Twitter and the Tezos Riot Chat.