Using the StakeEase Testnet

StakeEase is easy to use as an application, and the testnet UI is quite intuitive. However, if you're having trouble navigating the StakeEase testnet, then this guide is for you. Follow the steps given below to (re)stake your tokens via StakeEase.

Step 1) Go to

Step 2) Connect your wallet.

Currently, we only support Fuji and Goerli on the StakeEase testnet. If you are connected to any other chain, you'll be asked to switch the network in your wallet.

Step 3) Select the source chain and token. Here, I am choosing Fuji and USDT to demonstrate a cross-chain restaking transaction. If you select Goerli, StakeEase will execute same-chain restaking.

If you select Goerli as the source chain, you'll be able to stake using ETH (we'll be adding support for more tokens quite soon), and if you select Fuji, you'll be able to stake using either AVAX or USDT (we'll be adding support for more tokens quite soon)

Step 4) Select the staking and restaking protocol.

Currently, we only support Stader (liquid staking protocol) and Kelp (restaking protocol). We'll be adding support for more protocols soon.

Step 5) Enter the amount of the source token you want to use. Once you enter the amount, StakeEase will try to find a path to execute your transaction.

If the amount entered is too low, StakeEase won't be able to find a path for your transaction. In this case, the UI will ask you to increase the amount.

If you do not have any testnet funds, you can get some from the Nitro faucet. Alternatively, you can click on Get Testnet Funds, and you'll be redirected to the faucet.

On the faucet, connect your wallet and request USDT on Fuji. You can also choose to get ETH on Goerli, but the Goerli ETH balance is often low on the faucet.

Step 6) Give allowance for the tokens. In the case of AVAX (Fuji) and ETH (Goerli), you won't be asked to give allowance as they are native assets.

Step 7) Click on Stake and approve the transaction in your wallet.

Once you approve the transaction in your wallet, you should see this toaster in the bottom right corner:

Once the transaction is successfully executed on the source chain, your funds, along with the relevant instructions, will be sent to Goerli using the Router Nitro bridge.

Once the transaction is completed on Goerli (which should not take more than a minute), you will receive rsETH in your wallet.

You can also view the transaction details in the Router Nitro explorer.

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