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Author Topic: What is the most efficient staking with 8 hour maturity and coin control?  (Read 77 times)
CryptoCarl75
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October 30, 2017, 07:10:25 AM
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Apologize if mining isn't considered where to ask this, didn't see a staking forum.

My question revolves around maturity time of coins, staking the coins, and when to use or not to use coin control. As I'm wondering what the most efficient use of coin control is and how to avoid costing myself staking time with waiting on maturity when rewards come in once or twice daily.

Lets say you transfer X (lets call it a cool million) coins into your wallet and the transaction is confirmed. Now they take 8 hours to mature after their in your wallet until they start to stake. Next you start to stake them and lets say in 2 hours you hit a stake reward (lets call it 2500 ) coins. Lets say it takes 200 blocks to mine your stake reward (lets assume its another 1-2 hours), so about 3-4 hours from maturity of the million to hit a reward.


1. This should cause my coins to split into 2 batches of 5,001,250 as soon as the 2500 is finished being mined?
2. Is there some case where looking at your inputs won't split them, but just show the new 2500 as a second input?
2. If they are not split, and one of them is still showing 1 million coins, should I just keep staking instead of combining?
3. When your staking multiple times daily, when do you use coin control to put your coins back together, daily, every few days, weekly?

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