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For stackers and stacking

A stacker is someone involved in the Stacks community, but also someone who is locking their STX to participate in consensus and earn Bitcoin.

Stacks in-depth resources

If you want to know a lot more about Stacks then check out these links: Whitepapers about Stacks, mining resources and about scaling stacks.

DeFi on Stacks

Decentralized finance is in the bones of the Stacks network with Proof of Transfer (PoX) providing Bitcoin yields to anyone stacking the native token.

Stacks 101's

Newbies start at, official sites and wallets, read some of the whitepapers, and community content to get a better idea of what Stacks is.

For developers

Github, discord, the docs, Stacks Improvement Prososals, Clarity-search and the Clarity academy are some nice places to start or progress from.

SEC Approved

Stacks token offerings from the past were all SEC approved. And soon the exit report will be filled because Stacks is a decentralized network and not a security.

A user owned internet

A user owned internet, where actors Can't Be Evil, is the general idea of the Stacks network. By enabling inherent privacy and security, users are in control. The Ryder project on Stacks makes it easy to securely use your private keys with a hardware device (in development). The Blockchain Naming System (BNS), a system for a self-sovereign identity (SSI) and decentralized identity (DID), gives public keys a human readable equivalent and other important advantages to help achieve the general goal. The Stacks network uses a unique consensus algorithm called Proof of Transfer (PoX). Miners have to send Bitcoin to those stacking the native Stacks token which is in effect securing the network with Proof of Work (PoW) by proxy. In practice this means that if you stake the native token (STX) you get a yield in Bitcoin... and that Bitcoin can then pay for our user owned internet, right?