How stake THOL token?
AngelBlock is a new cryptocurrency built on L1 Aleph Zero. Recently, with the introduction of smart contracts on Aleph Zero, AngelBlock launched staking of its native token THOL. In the following paragraphs, we will describe how to stake THOL.
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