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Delegation Interface Tutorial - MetaMask- ETH with Stakewise vault

Illustration Delegation Interface Tutorial - MetaMask- ETH with Stakewise vault

How to deposit ETH in liquid staking on the Meria vault from Stakewise?

The following article will guide how to delegate tokens through the Meria delegation interface using MetaMask wallet.

Stakewise v3 is the latest version of the Stakewise liquid staking protocol, which competes with Lido and aims to decentralize staking on Ethereum. In response to the professionalization and concentration of staking within a few major players, Stakewise v3 offers a solution that is accessible to everyone. Through the creation of "Vaults," anyone can become a node operator, configure and manage ETH nodes, generate osETH, and accept delegations, thereby promoting the diversification and decentralization of the Ethereum network. As a Stakewise partner, Meria has developed its own vault where you can stake your ETH.

If you have ETH tokens in your Metamask wallet and are interested in delegating them through the Meria delegation interface, please continue reading.

Here's a 3-step guide to delegating your ETHs.

Step 1: Hold your ETH on your MetaMask wallet

You must have ETH tokens on your wallet in order to stake them.

Don't have a Metamask wallet yet? Click here to download the web extension and create your wallet.

Step 2: Connect your MetaMask wallet

On the right upside corner, click on "Connect my wallet" and accept the terms and conditions to continue.

Please authorize access to the Meria Delegation interface using your MetaMask Wallet to gain access.

Confirm your access and connect your portfolio to our services.

First, locate the ETHEREUM network either from the list or the search bar.

You can view :
• Your available ETH for staking
• Staked ETH

Step 3 : Delegate your token to Meria's validators.

Delegating your token to an on-chain validator makes you eligible for rewards. Sending already staked ETH is impossible.

Once you have selected the token, you can proceed to stake your available tokens by clicking on the "stake" button.

Please note that the Annual Percentage Rate (APR) provided is only an indication and may not be maintained or guaranteed by Meria.

Transaction fees are the charges paid directly to the network for recording the transaction on the blockchain.

Meria's fees, on the other hand, are the commissions received by Meria validators for providing you with staking services. These fees are collected from the interest generated by the staking services.

Validate and sign the transaction on your MetaMask wallet.

Congratulations ! Your tokens are now working for you and generating interest.

How to unstake your assets

Please select the amount you wish to unstake. Before doing so, please keep in mind that:
• All waiting rewards will be automatically claimed.
• The amount being unstaked will be suspended for 1 day before being added to your available balance on your Metamask Wallet. (This period of 1 day is subject to change depending on the market conditions)

Once you have selected the amount to unstake, validate and sign the transaction.

Claim your rewards

You will automatically receive your ETH staking rewards through the Meria delegation interface, so there's no need to manually claim them

For optimal security, we recommend using a hardware wallet such as Ledger.

To learn more about the Stakewise wallet and staking, click here

About Ethereum

Ethereum is the most widely used blockchain, and ether (ETH) is the second most capitalized cryptocurrency. Ethereum serves as the foundation for most layer 2 blockchains, decentralized applications (dApps), and tokens. Understanding Ethereum and its infrastructure will not only help you navigate the world of cryptocurrencies, but also allow you to take advantage of its numerous opportunities.

Retrouvez notre article complet sur Ethereum ici

Vault Meria on Stakewise

Liquid staking is an innovative method in the cryptocurrency world that allows token holders to participate in transaction validation on blockchains using the Proof of Stake (PoS) consensus mechanism, while maintaining some liquidity of their assets.

In a traditional PoS system, cryptocurrency holders can lock (or "stake") their tokens to become transaction validators on the network. In exchange for their participation in securing and operating the blockchain, they receive rewards in the form of new tokens. However, while the tokens are staked, they are often inaccessible, meaning that users cannot sell or trade them during this period.

Liquid staking solves this problem by allowing users to stake their cryptocurrencies while retaining the ability to use or trade them. This is generally achieved by issuing a representative token, which can be traded or used like any other digital asset. This token represents the staked participation and can be exchanged for the original tokens plus accumulated rewards, after a certain period or under certain conditions.

This offers participants not only the ability to earn staking rewards but also to maintain flexibility and liquidity.


Stakewise v3 is the new version of the Stakewise Liquid Staking protocol. As a direct competitor to the giant Lido, this protocol addresses the challenge of decentralizing staking on Ethereum. Due to its technical complexity and significant financial costs, staking on Ethereum has gradually become professionalized, leading to a concentration of the network around a few professional actors and a decline in the number of "solo stakers" represented by individuals.

Stakewise v3 aims to solve this problem by allowing anyone to become a node operator through the creation of staking pools called "Vaults." These Vaults allow anyone to configure and manage ETH nodes, generate osETH, accept delegations, or delegate ETH across multiple nodes to promote decentralization and mitigate network concentration. The Vaults are fully customizable by their operators, according to their chosen configurations, thus fostering diversification of node operators on Ethereum.

As a partner of Stakewise, Meria has developed its own vault where you can place your ETH in staking.

By clicking on "Vault," you will have direct access to Stakewise and the Meria vault.

To start, click on "Connect Wallet" at the top right of the screen.

Then, authorize access from your MetaMask wallet to Stakewise.

When you stake your ETH, it generates interest. This liquid staking method allows you to earn staking rewards while still being able to use your ETH in decentralized finance (DeFi) protocols.

You can mint your staked ETH to create a representative token that can be used, sold, or traded.

For more information on how you can use these osETH tokens and how Liquid Staking works, you can find additional details here
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