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BTCS Releases Android Application for StakeSeeker

BTCS Releases Android Application for StakeSeeker

BTCS Inc., a blockchain technology-focused company, announced the release of its Android application for its non-custodial staking platform, StakeSeeker. The app is currently available for download in the Google Play Store.

StakeSeeker is a cutting-edge, secure and user-friendly platform designed to make staking accessible to everyone. The Android app builds on that vision, making it easy for users to analyze their assets and monitor their earned rewards on the go.

“We are thrilled to offer our users a new way to access StakeSeeker and learn about the benefits of non-custodial staking,” said Manish Paranjape, Chief Technology Officer of BTCS. “The launch of our Android app marks an important step in our journey to make staking more accessible and user-friendly for everyone.”

We are also working on an iPhone version of the app, which is currently under development.

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What is StakeSeeker?

StakeSeeker is a comprehensive crypto dashboard and education center for crypto asset holders to learn how to earn crypto rewards by staking through its non-custodial Stake Hub and evaluate their crypto portfolios across exchanges and wallets in a single analytics platform. StakeSeeker sets itself apart by solving the common problem of central tracking for crypto holdings stored on various crypto exchanges and digital wallets, providing crypto holders with an improved user experience and the ability to easily track and analyze the performance of their entire portfolio. The platform was developed to empower crypto holders, to self-custody their crypto, and to better understand and grow their crypto asset holdings with innovative portfolio analytics and a non-custodial process to earn staking rewards through the direct participation in blockchain consensus algorithms.

Why is StakeSeeker unique?

Historically, crypto holders have looked to multiple sources to hold their crypto, including exchanges (e.g. Coinbase, Kraken, Binance, etc.) and an ever-growing suite of digital wallets (e.g. Metamask, Keplr, Trezor, etc.). Holdings on multiple platforms creates an issue of central tracking, resulting in manual processes to view and analyze the performance of their entire portfolio at any given time.

The concept of the StakeSeeker platform was originally inspired as a solution to this multi-source tracking problem and has expanded to service the growing needs and capabilities of crypto holders through non-custodial staking and reward generation, which is especially important in light of recent failed exchanges and banks.

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StakeSeeker’s enhanced monitoring tools provide an improved user experience for crypto holders also looking to expand their tracking and analytical capabilities.

Staking with StakeSeeker involves delegating to validator nodes run by BTCS, which has over 9 years of blockchain technology experience, adding an additional layer of credibility and transparency.

StakeSeeker is one of the first non-custodial solutions of its kind from a publicly-listed blockchain technology company.

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