Ethereum 2.0 stakers face a 36.5% larger loss than ETH spot investors — report

Ethereum 2.0 stakers face a 36.5% larger loss than ETH spot investors — report

The Ether losses risk becoming steeper due to unfavorable technical and macroeconomic indicators. Ethereum investors who staked millions of dollars worth of Ether (ETH) tokens to become validators on its soon-to-launch proof-of-stake (PoS) network are now facing heavy paper losses.Ether spot traders outperform stakers by 36.5%In detail, investors have locked a little over 13 million ETH into the so-called Ethereum 2.0 smart contract since it went live in December 2020. However, there is no date when these investors can redeem their tokens alongside the 10% yield.Interestingly, around 62%....


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