EUADA is Growing DeFi, and Financing dApps in Europe

European Ada Pool is an international staking pool supported by organizations, strong development and marketing, striving to provide a stable staking pool for European and International Delegators. We are committing to financing and supporting projects which are focusing on the dApps.



The future will be decentralized Contribute to future solutions

Currently, there are over 8000 cryptocurrencies in the world, the adoption is growing and in 2021 we have seen DeFi field exploding and growing interest across the world. Cardano is version 3.0 of cryptocurrencies with most scalable infrastructure and philosophy which Euporean ADA Pool supports.

  • Invest in a Future Cardano is the most scalable project there is
  • Advanced payment future proof processing technologies, fine-tuned from more than 4 years of development from IOHK
  • dApps core ready for getting decentralized products and audience keeping their data safe


Amazon Web Services

T2 Medium instances

We are running our Relays and Producers on Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) service that provides secure, resizable compute capacity in the cloud. It is designed to make web-scale cloud computing easier, faster and scalable, which perfectly fits for out staking pool.

2 virtual CPUs
30 GB ssd


Why supporting our pool?

Grow Decentralization
Support Innovation
Get Rewards Staking
Future Investment


Cardano Roadmap Phases

Phase 1: Byron
(Foundation Era)

Byron marks the initial release of the Cardano (ADA) blockchain. A little known fact is that Cardano’s ticker symbol, ADA, refers to Ada Lovelace, who is often considered one of the world’s first computer programmers. Released in September of 2017, Byron brought Cardano to the market with an MVP (Minimally Viable Product). Users could send and receive transactions, as well as store their coins in the official Daedalus wallet. That was about it. The real potential of Cardano would only be revealed in later releases.

Phase 2: Shelley
(Decentralization Era)

Shelley was a big deal because it brought staking to Cardano. The cryptocurrency community loves staking, and in the months leading up to the release of Shelley, Cardano’s market cap increased significantly. The Cardano team refers to Shelley as the decentralization milestone since the introduction of staking will decentralize validators. Put simply, in phase 1 there were a small number of validators securing the Cardano network. Now that phase 2 has been implemented, anyone can become a validator. This creates a more robust, more secure network that’s difficult to compromise. Cardano intends for staking to be as simple as possible so that anyone can do it. Users can stake directly from the official Daedalus wallet or a third party wallet like Exodus.

Phase 3: Goguen
(Smart Contracts Era)

The Goguen update brings smart contract capabilities to the protocol. If there has been one consistent criticism of Cardano, it’s that Cardano is a smart contract platform that doesn’t have smart contracts. Even three years after its initial launch in 2017, it still isn’t possible to create smart contracts on Cardano. Currently, the slated release date for Goguen is Q2 of 2021. One of Goguen’s most exciting features will be the Marlowe programming language. The idea behind Marlowe is that it will allow people with no programming experience to create smart contracts. Loads more information about Marlowe and how it will work is provided on Cardano’s website. Another of Goguen’s features is that it will bring token support to Cardano. Developers will be able to create both fungible and non-fungible tokens, the equivalent of the ERC20 and ERC721 token standards on Ethereum.

Phase 4: Basho
(Scaling Era)

The main feature of Basho is that it will bring sidechains to Cardano. This will help the network to scale so that it can handle significantly more transactions per second. Sidechains are a way for transactions to happen on a side network that’s separate from the main Cardano base layer. The way a sidechain usually works is that transactions take place on a sidechain. Periodically, all of these transactions will be batched together and validated on the main chain. Because the transactions are happening on the sidechain, they remain unaffected by congestion on the main chain. In terms of an analogy, a sidechain is like a road running next to a highway (the main chain). Cars can drive along the road (sidechain), and then at periodic intervals, they can access the highway via an onramp. There can be multiple sidechains running alongside the Cardano highway, and they can be customized to support different design requirements.

Phase 5: Voltaire
(Governance Era)

The final phase will bring governance to the Cardano network. Like other networks, Cardano holders will be able to use their coins to vote on how the Cardano treasury should be spent and what kind of development work should be done on the network. Cardano coin holders will be able to propose changes to the network, and then other users will be able to vote on those proposals. Cardano hopes that this decentralized approach to network maintenance and improvement will be more beneficial than having one centralized organization make all the decisions


Our Goals & Vision

We are Always Online

We are online 24/7/365 and ready to provide the best return for your trust. We utilize Exclusive Private Relays, High-Speed AWS Internet and have Failover IP routing to ensure connectivity.

Cardano Pool Development
Continuous Development

As the Cardano Infrastructure and phases develop, we are committed to improving the security, node health, server performance and onboarding of new delegators onto Cardano Realm.

Innovating Cardano Pool
Innovating with the Industry

We believe that the world is moving towards decentralization and moving away from the centralized governments and organizations and allowing democratic innovation, we see supporting such cause as a part of our vision. We are ready to support and innovate together with the industry in the next 10 years.

Decentralization vision
Commitment to Decentralization

Our Vision is to see more dApps in the industry, not only in DeFi but also in Social Media and Communication. Our goal is to support such projects all around the world, if you are working on one, please contact us!

Transparency Cardano Pool

With realtime monitoring you can see where your stakes are and how they are doing, never have to wonder or risk a wasted epoch. As well as joining our Linkedin Page, Emailing us directly, joining our Telegram Channel.

Helping with ADA Pool
Helping our network

We have launched our pool to support the Cardano Project, at the same time educating and onboarding our friends and family into crypto of the future to avoid our friends, family and community to invest in projects that are harmful to the environment and society.

Staking Pools
Live Stake
We Joined on EPOCH


What We Offer?

Low Cardano Staking Pool Fee
Low Pool Margin
Low Cost Pool per Epoch
Low Costs per Epoch
European Ada Pool Contact
Direct Contact with Our Team


Delegate to Our Pool

  • Pool Name:European ADA Pool
  • Pool ID:aa1c56d0973268bd5b4758181e96971f51cf1c9c20fdfd95022b4ad3
  • Ticker Symbol:EUADA
  • Pool Margin:1.5%
  • Cost per Epoch:340 ADA


Frequency Asked Questions

  1. Download Daedalus on your computer or Yoroi Wallet on your browser or mobile Daedalus is Desktop-based. Yoroi is a browser extension.
  2. Create a wallet once Daedalus is synced (it takes a few hours). No syncing time on Yoroi. Both are great wallet options == > Daedalus for the full experience, Yoroi faster and more user-friendly.
  3. Write down your recovery phrase (the list of secret words) on paper (NEVER on a computer)
  4. Withdraw your ADA from your Exchange to your Daedalus/Yoroi wallet address. If you are not confident, do it in several transactions by sending a small amount first. Lack of confidence is normal the first time, and always triple-check that you pasted the same address that you copied.
  5. Delegate to our pool by searching EUADA, this will help your rewards AND the network. 
  6. Wait 20 days before earning your first rewards (a necessary “lag” so the protocol accepts you as a delegator), then you’ll earn every 5 days, at the end of every “epoch”, the Cardano term to describe these 5 days periods. You can check what is the current EPOCH on or adapools.orgExpect 5.5% ROS (Return On Staking) annually. You can move your ADA as you please, they are not locked!
  7. Don’t forget to make copies of your recovery phrase and store them somewhere safe!
  8. Check a tutorial from a Cardano Expert Paul for more information

The “European ADA Pool” aims to secure the Cardano network by running a competitive 24/7 pool on decentralized infrastructure maintained by IT professionals. The low fees ensure the longevity and sustainability of the pool. This pool intention is to provide reliable Cardano infrastructure/protocol service with high desirability for you as a delegator.

EUADA pool highly appreciates anyone already delegating to us or planning to do so. We will do our best to get you the rewards you deserve for being an early adopter of Cardano! It is risk-free to delegate your stake, consider delegating to EUADA today to earn rewards.

We are a team of 2 professionals, an IT professional Fernando who has over 10 years of PHP backend development and cybersecurity enthusiast, as well as Alex who is a marketing professional with experience in online digital growth. We both are Cardano enthusiasts and Cardano Ambassadors.

Whilst running and maintaining the Cardano Staking Pool this just a hobby of ours, we engage in this way with multiple communities that we see value in. Running a pool is more fun, knowledge exchange, education, and supporting the decentralization.

If you have any questions or concerns about this pool you can reach out to us through a contact form or in Telegram.

We are using AWS T2 instances to provide a baseline level of CPU performance with the ability to burst above the baseline performance if needed. 

We are running this pool because we believe in Cardano’s future and want to be a part of it. For this reason, we plan to run this pool indefinitely.

Our hope is that the pool has high desirability for you as a delegator. We are committed to run this pool indefinitely with reasonable but low fees. Fernando is an IT professional so you can be assured he always has all best practices in place.

The pool profit margin is effectively only 1.5% of your reward, you keep 98.5% of your reward. Please note we are talking about reward, not your staking amount. EUADA applies a dynamic variable fee to circumvent the fixed mandatory fee of 340 ADA per epoch.

We will not suddenly raise our variable fees above 1.5% like what other pools starting with unsustainable fee structures will eventually do. As a delegator we want to give you peace of mind delegating to my pool.

We are all about decentralization: We commit to only ever own or represent a single Cardano stake pool, EUADA.

We do not agree to take a fixed fee of 340 ADA independent of the number of blocks EUADA pool produces. Our reason is solidarity with you, our highly appreciated delegator. By relying only on profit margin, we share the risk. We believe in Cardano and we are in this together.

From the rewards, our pool earns per epoch, a fixed fee of 340 ₳ and a variable fee of 1.5% are conducted and given to the operator to cover pool and operating costs (We run the servers and do marketing). The rest is shared with the delegators. So the fees relate to the pool rewards and not to your stake. You will never lose money with staking.

No, your funds are always safe in your wallet! Basically, if you delegate, you register a certificate on the blockchain, that says, which stake pool your wallet belongs to.

We do not believe that a pledge is an indicator of the desirability of the pool (rather than monetary proof of how much money you have), we as well as other high-quality pools are here for decentralisation and support. The more rewards we get, the more we will pledge, delegate and maybe open new pools.


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