Stablecoin Staking

Earn rewards for holding your assets

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Lucrative rewards


No hidden fees

usdt USDT

APR: 20%

Staking period: 3 months

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usdc USDC

APR: 20%

Staking period: 3 months

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busd BUSD

APR: 20%

Staking period: 3 months

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dai DAI

APR: 20%

Staking period: 3 months

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What is staking?

Staking allows AdAstra users to generate passive income by depositing and holding assets in the cryptocurrency wallets.

This process allows AdAstra to validate transactions on a proof-of-stake blockchain, and grants our users daily rewards. AdAstra does not charge any fees for your income from staking.

The staking period for all assets is 3 months.

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  • busd BUSD
  • dai DAI
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Why is AdAstra staking profitable?


High profitability

Some of the highest guaranteed returns for your stablecoins on the market.


No hidden fees

AdAstra does not charge any hidden fees for staking of your stablecoins.


Real-time profits

Earn interest in real time and withdraw at the end of the staking period.

How to start?

Transfer stablecoins to your wallet or buy some on the exchange
Choose amount and click Deposit Now
Approve ANY amount to stake
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How to participate

To start staking your stablecoins with AdAstra staking you will need an ERC-20 compatible wallet.


Mobile Application

Read Guide for TrustWallet

Copy and Paste this link into TrustWallet search for find Kaizen staking DApp

Kaizen staking DApp link


Mobile Application

Read Guide for imToken

Copy and Paste this link into imToken search for find Kaizen staking DApp

Kaizen staking DApp link

Why is AdAstra staking safe?

Stablecoin minimizes volatility

The value of stablecoins you can deposit with AdAstra staking is fixed to USD. This minimizes volatility, reduces risks of losing asset value and guarantees profit even if the market collapses.


Decentralized network

AdAstra staking of stablecoin is organized on smart contracts and is completely decentralized.


Exchange security

AdAstra staking leverages the full security potential of decentralized finance through the use of Kaizen protocol – a cross-blockchain interoperable full-stack protocol.


How does staking work?

Staking is the process of locking up crypto assets, which is essential for maintaining the functionality of blockchain. All stakers receive rewards for their services, under unique conditions for each coin.

How much can I earn annually?

Stablecoin staking on AdAstra yields a fixed annual interest. Since you'll receive your payouts in stablecoins, the yield in the US dollar equivalent is also fixed and has the same amount. The rewards are generated and transferred automatically and no entity can meddle with them.

How can I buy stablecoins for staking?

If you don’t have any crypto at the moment, buy it from a third-party platform that supports bank cards, like CoinDirect or Binance. Then you would have to register a crypto wallet that supports USDT, BUSD, USDC, or DAI. After that you can stake stablecoins from your wallet to AdAstra.

What's the connection between USDT and adUSDT?

Based on your USDT stake on AdAstra, our system will create an equal value stake in adUSDT on the Ethereum blockchain. Your staking rewards will be automatically converted into adUSDT and sent to your account.

Does AdAstra charge staking fees?

AdAstra does not charge any hidden fees for your staking income.

Can I withdraw my stake?

The assets you stake on AdAstra are locked up for six months, and can not be withdrawn before the lock up period ends. Once the lock up period expires, you may withdraw your rewards. Please note that it can take 24 hours for stablecoins to return to your balance.

Can I trade on AdAstra?

No, currently AdAstra users can not trade any assets.

What are the main risks of staking?

The general risks associated with the blockchain technology are applicable to staking and it’s impossible to guarantee absolute security during electronic transfers of assets. All contracts have passed multiple vulnerability tests and all contracts function in complete independence.