Future-proof staking payout pool
We give Ethereum & token holders a guaranteed regular ETH payout for joining our Proof of Stake (PoS) pool. Join us.

KPSK tokens distributed  in:


Earn ETH by holding

How it Works

The KeepStake smart contract is a staking validator.

The Ethereum and tokens of the KeepStake smart contract that are used for staking are represented by each member of the KeepStake pool. Each user that joins the pool in the registration phase will be distributed 1 KPSK token, a publicly tradeable ERC20 token worth exactly 1 ETH. Holding the KPSK token means you will receive ETH payouts from the KeepStake pool every 100,000 Ethereum blocks (~15 days).

Learn more about staking

Node Operators
How Do I Participate?
Anyone with an Ethereum address is free to join the KeepStake staking pool.

Register to join KeepStake

You must register before December 1st 2018. You can also earn ETH rewards for referring friends to join our staking pool. If you want to register multiple addresses you can do so once the KPSK token is distributed by invoking the applyMultiple function of the KeepStake smart contract.

Receive your KPSK token

As long as you registered before December 1st 2018, you will receive a KPSK token. The KPSK token is tethered to ETH. 1 KPSK = 1 ETH. You can swap your KPSK token back for ETH by invoking the _returnEth function of the KeepStake smart contract.

Receive regular ETH rewards

Every 100,000 Ethereum blocks (15 days) you will receive ETH staking rewards proportional to your Ethereum and tokens in your registered address

Cumulative Rewards

You can earn ETH rewards from staking your previous ETH Rewards. The KeepStake smart contract is designed to allow exponential asset inrease. Rewards from rewards.
KeepStake Statistics
The KeepStake Fund
  • 99.8% Hard Cap Reached
  • Unreached
ICO over
$55 million raised in 48 minutes
Fund Distribution
  • $30 million backing the KPSK stablecoin
  • $10 million airdrop, bounty & marketing
  • $7.5 million smart contract & network
  • $7.5 million reserve fund
KPSK Distribution
  • 75% Stakers
  • 20% Airdrop
  • 5% Node Operators
The Future of KeepStake
Dec 2016
Proof of Stake confirmed for future of Ethereum network
Feb 2017
Idea for KeepStake established to be built on top of Casper Network
Apr 2017
Core team established, developers assigned roles. KeepStake arrives as a concept.
Dec 2017
Private pre-ICO launched. KeepStake network testing begins.
Feb 2018
Private ICO completes, $55 million ETH raised.
June 2018
Future exchange listings agreed for KPSK token: Binance, Bittrex, Huobi, Bibox + others. KPSK to be used as dynamic stablecoin tethered to price of ETH.
October 2018
KeepStake staking pool registration opens to public. 150000 KPSK tokens allocated for distribution.
Dec 2018
KPSK tokens distributed to all registrants. KeepStake staking rewards go live.
Jan 2019
KPSK token goes live on exchanges. Staking pool expected to grow by 284%. 2 lots of staking rewards have been distributed.
Mar 2019
KeepStake smartphone application goes live. Live tracking of staking rewards is now possible.
Aug 2019
Expand network by 60%, adapt smart contracts to evolve with Ethereum network changes.
Jan 2020
Staking expected to be network wide method of transaction verification. KeepStake network now at maximum capacity.
Core Team Members
Simon Kim
CEO & Founder

Simon founded the Ethereum HK community and the world’s first Blockchain Lab and first ‘DLT’ in Canary Wharf (world’s largest Fintech accelerator), co-Founded the Bitcoin Association of Hong Kong and founded the Hyperledger HK community. He supports the latest bitcoin trader erfahrungen.

Jason Chih
Jason Chih

Jason is a smart contract developer, bitcoin revolution investor and entrepreneur. He has over 20 years of IT experience in building e-commerce websites and has been involved in blockchain development for the past 6 years.

Liew Ling
Marketing Head

Former head of marketing at TenX, where they conducted the largest ICO in Asia with $80M raised. Previously, Liew worked in M&A at Goldman Sachs in London covering marketing for FinTech clients in Europe.

Faisal Khan

Faisal is a corporate finance analyst focused on Ethereum. Faisal has previously worked as lead research analyst for ING Barings and has advanced degrees in finance from Baruch College, New York and SOAS, London and is a Chartered Financial Analyst.

Example Cases
3 (Demo)
Early ETH Investor
Held when registered with KeepStake
Earned after 1st year of joining KeepStake
New balance after first year with KeepStake
6 (Demo)
Invests in ERC20 tokens
Held when registered with KeepStake (token value)
Earned after 1st year of joining KeepStake
New balance after first year with KeepStake
Frequently Asked Questions

You have several choices to swap your KPSK token for ETH. The quickest is to simply invoke the _returnEth function of the KeepStake smart contract. There are several interfaces to do this. Or you can swap the KPSK for ETH at any major exchange (from January 2019).

If you want to register multiple Ethereum addresses, please do not try and register twice. Unresolved duplicate registrations are easy to detect and often result in a ban from the rewards pool. Instead, we will send out an Ethereum address confirmation form before the KPSK token distribution. You can then register all the Ethereum addresses you own.

Rewards are distributed every 100,000 Ethereum blocks, approximately 15 days.

We wait for 15 days (100,000 Ethereum blocks) because this saves gas costs and means each staker will receive more ETH.

We provide a free, optional and adjustable email and SMS notification feature everytime rewards are distributed. This will begin once KPSK tokens are distributed.

Swapping your KPSK token for ETH using the contract burns that KPSK token. Selling your KPSK token to another user is equivalent to registering their Ethereum address for staking payouts.

Tokens are valued according to the opinion of the ETH miners. ETH miners usually follow the prices provided by CoinMarketCap.

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