Stake Pool Infrastructure

AWS Elastic Compute Cloud
Secure, reliable, and high performance

Relay Nodes Specs

AMD EPYC 7571
Dual Core 2.5 GHz
8 GB RAM
80GB SSD

Core Nodes Specs

AMD EPYC 7571
Quad Core 2.5 GHz
16 GB RAM
80GB SSD

Charity we support

We donate a portion of our operator rewards on an annual basis to March of Dimes. March of Dimes is a non-profit organization that supports pre-mature babies and their families. Please reach out to us if you have any questions about our annual donations.

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Stake Pool Info:

Delegate to our Stake Pool with your Daedalus or Yoroi wallets:

Ticker: [JOEY]

JOEY Pool ID: 03f79dedaead96339d36d f69158116e83208b938afb5fcd0a30e5b5c

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Fixed Fee: 340

Variable Fee: 0%

poolPledge: 285,000 Ada

Our fees are used to cover our operational costs, ongoing maintenance, 24/7/365 monitoring, and compensation. Our fee structure will be reviewed yearly to align with the market. We will provide a two month courtesy notice in our Telegram Channel regarding any changes we make to our fees, upon review. We're committed to providing a 0% variable fee for the first year of Mainnet so that we can build our name/reputation and stay competitive with the top stake pools. We're true believers in Cardano and are looking forward to going to the moon!

System Status:
All systems are up and running

Relay nodes are operational and connected to the mainnet blockchain.

Core nodes are operational and connected to the mainnet blockchain via our relays.

For any operational updates regarding our pool, please check our Telegram Channel.

Pool Owner

Brian is the owner of JOEY Stakepool. He is a young entrepreneur and has been involved with investing in Ada since 2017. He has experienced the ups and downs of investing in crypto. Brian's goal for this project is to retire off of the success of Ada and to be able to afford to send his baby daughter to Stanford or Cal Berkeley when she gets older.

Pool Operators

Joey and dad (John) are the pool operators. Dad actually does all the SPO work, but Joey gets all his earnings since the pools are named after him. John is a network engineer by trade with 15+ years of experience. He also manages a data center and is an open source enthusiast. His goals for this project are to be able to quit his day job from the success of Ada and become a full time stake pool operator so he can have more time to take Joey fishing.