Dotare Releases Cardano Improvement Proposal (CIP) 30 Compliant Delegation Method For Stake Pool Operators (SPO)

On the shoulders of the Cardano Improvement Proposal (CIP) 30 dApp-Wallet Web Bridge, Dotare has released the open source Cardano Delegation Method to allow delegators to stake their ADA directly from any web application via a CIP 30 compatible wallet (web or mobile).

With the ever growing number of wallets available in the Cardano ecosystem, supporting users attempting to delegate to Stake Pool Operators (SPOs) can be a challenge. Some wallets don’t even have the ability to stake to pools beyond the default pool selected by the wallet developers. 

At launch, the following wallets include: Eternl, Flint, Gero, Lace, Nami, Typhon and Yoroi. Developers can also add any CIP 30 compliant web and mobile wallets to suit a project’s needs.

For even further flexibility, the code base supports Preview, Pre-production, and Mainnet environments which drastically simplifies testing across all phases of development..

Despite the flexibility, Dotare reduced attack vectors and complexity with minimum dependencies (DC Spark serialization libraries), client side transaction building, minimum user data (staking address) and auto detection of previous delegation to avoid double staking fees for delegators.

Experience direct delegation for yourself at [DOTAR] and learn more about the project at Dotare Cardano Delegation

Delegate directly to Dotare’s Stake Pool