We give you the tools to be in control of your staking, make informed decisions, and track returns.
Figment Networks is a security and compliance focused Tezos Baker. Drawing on years of data center, software, and security experience, we offer industry leading best practices to keep your tokens safe and optimized for yield. Based in Canada, we provide transparency, legal stability, and regulatory clarity.
You keep custody of your XTZ at all times with the Delegation Pool. Your XTZ stays in your wallet and you can change your delegation at any time. Our “No Missed Bakes or Endorses Guarantee” means that even if we miss a bake/endorse, your returns will not be affected.
To use the Bond Pool, you sign a legally binding contract with Figment Networks Inc. (a Canadian corporation based in Toronto) and send your XTZ to be held in Figment Custody Services. This ensures your XTZ are safe and you are protected. You can request your XTZ to be returned at any time, and they will be sent within 7 cycles (approximately 21 days).
Stay up to date and track your real-time, historical, and future estimated returns with the Figment Delegator Dashboard
Both Delegation Pool and Bond Pool participants get to use the same tools to monitor performance of the Figment Bakery with a cycle-by-cycle view of every bake and endorse.
Our experience in operating and monitoring data centers allows us to maintain a near 100% rate of exercising our baking and endorsing rights. Our network infrastructure is automated and continuously monitored, and alerts are configured around key operations.
The Figment Bakery operates out of secure and redundant internet data center (IDC) in Ontario, Canada. We bake with a set of redundant Ledger Nano S devices which never leave the data center and have restricted physical access. Our payout system uses a separate set of signing Ledger’s which are locked in a bank vault with limited physical access.
To eliminate mistakes and ensure the fastest possible transfers, our payout system is automated and runs a full simulation before sending XTZ. In addition, we have written Baker Management Software to automate most aspects of running the Figment Bakery.
To improve the robustness of our software and strengthen the network, we’ve begun to open source our software.
Figment Networks Inc. is a registered Canadian corporation based in Toronto, Ontario.
Operating in the Canadian jurisdiction has several benefits:
Figment Networks strives in all ways to operate an above board, safe and transparent business that protects our customers while still innovating.
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Your XTZ is safe and never leaves your account. When you delegate your XTZ, they are never actually transferred from your account to ours. We have no control over them nor your private keys. To further clarify, we only deposit and bond our own XTZ and so your XTZ is never exposed to slashing risks.
The safety of your XTZ and delegation is our top priority. Rest assured that your tokens are safe with us. Our commitment to security:
As a company, we strive for transparency and openness. You keep 85% of all rewards that are earned for your delegation. We keep 15% to cover our operational costs and security deposit risks to ensure that we can keep investing in our technology and team to provide the best in class service to our delegators.
Here is the formula for calculating your reward:
(Baking Rewards + Endorsement Rewards + Block Fees) *
(Your Delegation / Total Staked Balance) * 85%
As a note, our payouts are dynamic meaning when the rewards are higher, we return the higher rewards to you. Some delegation services may provide a static payout meaning there is a cap to your rewards received. We believe this practice to be unfair to our delegators.
The Tezos protocol prepares delegates for staking 7 cycles in advance (with each cycle being approximately 3 days). The delegates receive rewards 5 cycles after the staking cycle. As a result, 13 cycles must pass prior to receiving rewards. This is not controlled by us but by the protocol itself. We will pass on the rewards to our delegators before the next cycle from receiving the rewards.
We have automated the process of reward distribution to ensure accuracy and timeliness of reward distributions. This will also help us scale our operations as we grow.
We will show all past and projected future activity including delegation totals, reward amounts, and payouts including operation hash of the payout. You can click the operation hash to go to tzscan to see the transaction.
Here are the steps to check your reward status:
We operate on a first come, first served basis for receiving delegations. If we become over delegated, we will no longer accept new delegations until someone leaves our delegation or our capacity is increased. Having said this, we are running our staking process as a trusted enterprise business meaning we are both raising and generating new capital to grow our staking operations. This in addition to our growing liquid cash reserve means that we don’t anticipate an extended period of over delegation.