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I have this old account that is converted from eth when eos was first sold, I'm only to trying to use it now, but I just found that it only leaves 10eos as unstaked, while all other tokens are stacked, half into CPU, half into NET, I don't remember I have chosen to stake this, also I don't find any interests generated for my staking, did I do something wrong?

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Staking EOS doesn't give you any interest. It provides resources (CPU/NET) for sending transaction and the power to vote producer.

If you delegate your voting power to proxy like this, they will give you reward. There are many proxies, so you need to compare them by yourself.

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  • i see, but i don't remember i ever staked to cpu and net, what happened to my account?
    – fluter
    Feb 16 at 9:21
  • @fluter Interesting. No one can make your asset staked without your private key. I guess you staked your asset during conversion (from ERC20 to Mainnet), but not remember that. Anyway, if you are worried about private key exposure, change keys from owner and active permission.
    – conr2d
    Feb 18 at 2:59
  • ok thanks, yes this is an account from initial erc20 conversion, I haven't used it since then and just found most tokens are staked.
    – fluter
    Feb 18 at 3:01

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