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Shibarium News: How to Delegate Bone Tokens Like a Pro – A Real World Guide by Archangel



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Have you found yourself scratching your head, wondering how to delegate your Bone tokens on the Shibarium Network? Well, you’re in luck. Archangel, a crypto-savvy educator and long time Shib Army member, has got your back. In a recent video tutorial, he takes the mystery out of the process, walking us through each step as if we’re old friends just chatting about crypto. And guess what? It’s easier than you might think.


Getting Started: Wallet Connection
First things first, you’ve got to connect your wallet to the Shibarium platform. Archangel used MetaMask for his demo, and why not? It’s user-friendly and popular. You’ll know you’re good to go when you see your wallet account number sitting pretty in the top-right corner of the screen.

The Hunt for the Perfect Validator
So you’re connected. What now? Time to pick a validator. Archangel points out that although there are only 12 available at the moment, we can expect up to 100 to pop up as the network grows. You’ll find a ‘delegate’ button next to each one, either glowing with a promise of “enabled” or greyed out with a dull “disabled.”

Metrics that Matter
Before diving in, Archangel says, hold on a sec. Two things to look out for: uptime percentage and commission rate. You want a validator that hardly ever snoozes—so aim for an uptime close to 100%. Commission rates? They can vary but hover between 0-3%. Keep in mind that this isn’t just lining the validator’s pockets, they’ve got bills to pay too, like server costs and Ethereum checkpoint fees.


Let the Delegation Begin
After scanning the list, Archangel goes ahead and picks a validator. A delegate screen pops up, showing how much Bone you’ve got to play with. He types in 100 Bone tokens for this demo and hits ‘continue.’ A friendly message appears to remind you that your tokens are about to get busy earning you some rewards.

To wrap it all up, Archangel heads back to MetaMask to finalize the transaction. A gas fee of about 7.6 shows up, and once that’s confirmed, it’s waiting time—usually just 4-5 minutes. You can check under ‘my account’ to see that your Bone tokens have indeed been staked.

And just like that, Archangel caps off the tutorial. So there you have it: delegating Bone tokens doesn’t have to be rocket science, not when you’ve got good company to guide you through it. Arch Angel has been doing tutorials and issuing tutorial videos since the beginning of the Shib Army movement. You can follow him on X at @realcryptoangel or see all of his tutorial videos on Youtube at