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Aug 22 , 2018 · 4 min read
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Ontology Delegation Tutorial

Ontology is a high-performance, open-source blockchain specializing in digital identity and data. Its unique infrastructure supports robust cross-chain collaboration and Layer 2 scalability, offering businesses the flexibility to design a blockchain that suits their needs. With a suite of decentralized identity and data sharing protocols to enhance speed, security, and trust, Ontology’s features include ONT ID, a mobile digital ID application and DID used throughout the ecosystem, and DDXF, a decentralized data exchange, and collaboration framework.

InfStones is pleased to announce that the staking service on Ontology is now available for all community members. As a trusted enterprise-level infrastructure provider for a large quantity of blockchains, InfStones is thrilled to help connect blockchain technologies to the outside world by providing service and collaborating with partners like Ontology.

Step 1 Download and Install the OWallet.

a). Navigate to this link and choose a proper version that suits your operating system:

Ontology Delegation Tutorial

b). Open up the file you just downloaded and follow the prompts to finish the installation.

Ontology Delegation Tutorial

Ontology Delegation Tutorial

b). Open up the file you just downloaded and follow the prompts to finish the installation.

Step 2 Create or Import a Wallet.

a). For users who are familiar with this process, you may skip to Step 3 instead. Open the OWallet application and click on “ENTER” to continue.

Ontology Delegation Tutorial

b). The wallet will ask you to choose a file path to store your encrypted private keys.

Ontology Delegation Tutorial

c). Choose the table named “Individual Wallet” and move the cursor to the blue area. Create or import a wallet as you like.

Ontology Delegation Tutorial

2.1 To create a wallet:

a). Click on “Create Wallet” to start.

b). Fill in specific information.

Set a name for the wallet in red square 1;

Set your password for this wallet in red square 2;

Type in the password one more time in red square 3;

Click on “Next” to continue.

c). Click on “Next” to finish.

Ontology Delegation Tutorial

Ontology Delegation Tutorial

2.2 To import a wallet:

a). Click on “Import Wallet” to start.

Ontology Delegation Tutorial

b). Click on “Keystore (.dat) ” to continue.

Ontology Delegation Tutorial

c). Fill in specific information.

Ontology Delegation Tutorial

Set a name for the wallet in red square 1.

Select the file you previously stored the data of your wallet by clicking on “Selected file” in red square 2

Type in the password in red square 3.

Click on “Import” in red square 4 to finish.

2.3 Access to your wallet.

Once finished your creation or import, your individual wallet will be presented here on this page.

Ontology Delegation Tutorial

Step 3 Delegate.

a). Access to the delegation page.

Ontology Delegation Tutorial

Click on the icon of Node Stake on the bar left in red square 1;

Click on the arrow inside of “Stake Authorization” in red square 2 to proceed.

b). Scroll down to turn the page, find out where InfStones’ node locates and then click on the arrow at the far right of the title.

Ontology Delegation Tutorial

c). Choose the proper address.

Ontology Delegation Tutorial

Click on the bar in red square 1 to choose the address of your wallet;

Click on “Next” at the bottom of this page to continue.

d). Click on “Submit new stake authorization” to create a new stake.

Ontology Delegation Tutorial

e). Type in the amount of tokens you prefer to stake and then click on “Submit”.

Ontology Delegation Tutorial

f). Enter the password of your selected wallet and then click on “OK”.

Ontology Delegation Tutorial

g). Well done! Click on “OK” to finish the staking.

Ontology Delegation Tutorial

Step 4 Confirm and further operations.

Part A Confirm.

a). Click on the icon circled by the red square on the left side of the homepage.

Ontology Delegation Tutorial

b). Click on the arrow inside of the red square like the previous step.

Ontology Delegation Tutorial

c). Click on “My Stake” on the right side of this page to continue.

Ontology Delegation Tutorial

d). Click on the bar in the first red square to choose the address of your wallet in which you’ve accomplished delegations, then click on “Search” below the address bar to continue.

Ontology Delegation Tutorial

e). Your previous stakings will be presented below, click on the arrow at the far right of this item to check the specific status.

Ontology Delegation Tutorial

f). Your total authorized stake will be presented in red square 1, you can confirm your previous delegations by checking the number of this item.

Ontology Delegation Tutorial

g). Your locked stake will be presented in red square 2, you can check the amount of your locked tokens here.

Ontology Delegation Tutorial

h). Your available rewards will be presented in red square 3, which shows the rewards you earn.

Ontology Delegation Tutorial

Part B Redeem the Rewards.

To check your rewards or redeem, the specific amount of your rewards will be presented here. Click on “Redeem” when you’d like to claim your rewards.

Ontology Delegation Tutorial

Part C Unstake.

a). To unstake, you can click on “Cancel stake authorization” at any time to withdraw your deposit.

Ontology Delegation Tutorial

b). Enter the amount of tokens you prefer to unstake and then click on “OK”.

Ontology Delegation Tutorial

c). Enter the password of the selected wallet and then click on “OK”.

Ontology Delegation Tutorial

d). Click on “OK” to complete the unstaking.

Ontology Delegation Tutorial

e). Click on “Redeem” to withdraw all your deposits.

Ontology Delegation Tutorial

f). Enter the password of the selected wallet and then click on “OK”. Please make sure this wallet you’ve chosen is the one you want to receive the previous deposit.

Ontology Delegation Tutorial

g). Click on “OK” to finish your operation.

Ontology Delegation Tutorial

If you have any questions during the staking process, please feel free to reach out to us using our social media channels as below

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