Horizen Labs Shared A Sneak Peek Of The ApeCoin Staking System's User Interface Today
Horizen Labs, the company that has been tasked with creating the Apecoin staking system, shared a 30 second video highlighting the system’s user interface earlier today.
“Ape Staking Update,” Horizen Labs tweeted. “You asked. We answered. Here’s a sneak peek at the UI.”
The first segment of the video showed viewers the four different pools that holders will be able to stake their $Ape in.
The four pools will be:
1. ApeCoin ($Ape) Pool,
2. Bored Ape (BAYC) Pool
3. Mutant (MAYC) Pool
4. Paired (BAKC) Pool
The next slide showed viewers the dashboard that they will use when staking their $Ape coin.
“Provided is an overview of all your staked positions,” the mock image stated. “Enter into new positions and manage existing positions by depositing, withdrawing, and claiming rewards.”
The final slide of the trailer showed that Horzien Labs is also creating Market tools for the staking system. These tools will give users the ability to “gain insight with wallet transparency.”
“Use ApeStake.io Market Tools search feature to see whether a BAYC, MAYC, or BAKC is committed to a staking position, how much $Ape is staked with it, and the associated wallet address,” the mock image stated.
After the post, Horizen Labs Co-Founder and President, Dean Steinbeck, said that his company will be releasing more information about the staking system next week.
“We understand the community wants more info about expected delivery dates,” Steinbeck tweeted. “We are releasing more details next week.”
As the Bored Ape Gazette previously reported, the ApeCoin Foundation has previously said that $Ape staking would begin sometime this Autumn.
Autumn begins later this month on September 23rd and ends on December 21st, according to the United Kingdom's Meteorological Office.
The Bored Ape Gazette will continue to follow Horizen Labs and will let you know when more information regarding staking is released. Stay tuned for updates!