Supercharge your Fuse

staking : validation : governance


Stake your Fuse Tokens with Fuseprime.

Stake your Fuse tokens to our node and earn interest on them. Staking is easy to do and means that token holders maximise the returns on their Fuse assets. 

Staking rewards are earned on all Fuse tokens staked on the Fuse Network. Any holder of Fuse token can participate and we welcome staking from all holders of Fuse token.

Staking with Fuseprime avoids the need for holders to invest in running their own validator node, and the associated hardware, operational and governance costs associated with that.

Staking with Fuseprime is 100% non-custodial. Your Fuse tokens remain completely in your control.

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Staking is quick and easy to do. Go to, select the Fuseprime node and stake through the UI. 

Simply enter how many Fuse tokens to stake and confirm the transaction.

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Staking on the Fuse Network 

The Fuse Network is a Delegated Proof of Stake (DPoS) blockchain with a yearly token inflation rate of 5% of the total supply of tokens.

All Fuse tokens can be staked to validator nodes to earn a share of the inflation tokens.

Delegation is when a holder stakes their tokens to a validator node that they do not own. Due to the overheads of running a node it is expected that most holders of Fuse token will delegate their tokens.

The Fuseprime node is open to staking by delegators.

Delegators should choose validators who have the best uptimes & reliability, and whose Governance values are in-line with those of the delegator.

Tokens that are not staked and just held in a wallet do not earn any interest, therefore it is in the best interest of all holders of Fuse tokens to stake their tokens.

Staking APR

The current APR is shown on the page.


The network has a minimum 15% fee that all validators charge for their staking services. This is taken as a % of the tokens the delegator earns. The validator fee is taken off at the time the tokens are earned.


Delegators add weight to a validator’s voting power, as it is determined by the total number of tokens staked on that node. Therefore delegators should choose validators whose intentions and network governance are aligned to their own views.