This document will show you How to Start Staking (Also known as Bonding) Tokens on SubWallet.
For now, SubWallet has already supported 2 staking methods in-app including joining pools and nominating. By joining pools, you can stake on Polkadot (DOT), Kusama (KSM) & Aleph Zero (AZERO). By nomination, SubWallet has supported 14 networks containing Polkadot (DOT), Kusama (KSM), Aleph Zero (AZERO), Polkadex (PDEX), Ternoa (CAPS), Moonbeam (GLMR), Moonrive (MOVR), Turing (TUR), Calamari (KMA), Bifrost Kusama (BNC), Amplitude (AMPE), Kilt Spiritnet (KILT), Astar (ASTR), Shiden (SDN).
Step 1: Open SubWallet and choose the Staking tab. Then click the "+" icon on the upper right corner to start staking.
Step 2: Choose the "Nominate" type of staking and enter staking information.
If you are in all-accounts mode like the current example, you would need to choose the staking account.
If you have already been in a single account, you would not have to select account. Your Step 2 would be as the following image:
We suggest you pay close attention to the validator you are choosing. When selecting validator, SubWallet support you with the latest record of validator details. Please click the three-dot icon on the right hand side of each validator to see the validator details.
You could use the sort function to find the most suitable validator according to your need. Please click the sort icon on the upper right corner and choose your sorting criteria.
After choosing the validator, please make sure that the amount you want to stake is at least equal or higher than the validator's minimum staking required.
An example of a complete staking request would be as the following: