Ethereum (ETH) Staking Calculator

Your Ethereum Stake ETH

Your ethereum stake must be greater than 0

Select Currency

ETH price in USD

Ethereum price must be greater than 0

Monthly price change in %

Ethereum price change must be a percentage greater or equal to 0

Initial one-time-costs in USD

Initial costs must be greater or equal to 0

Monthly costs in USD

Monthly costs must be greater or equal to 0

Staking fee %

Staking fee must be between 0 and 100

Reinvest gains

Total staked ether ETH

Total stake must be greater or equal to 524384 (minimum stake required)

Churn rate %

The churn rate must be percentage between -100 and 100

Online probability %

Online probability must be a percentage between 1 and 100

Estimated Rewards

Duration ETH Stake ETH Reward Return Return in %

Ethereum (ETH) Staking Calculator

The ETH calculator is an easy way for validators to check the value of their investments over a certain period. The ETH2 staking calculator calculates your expected returns based on the amount of your stake (at least 32 ETH, except you are staking via a staking pool).

On Redot’s Ethereum calculator, there are three parameters and two charts. The first chart is the stake growth. It is a one-year forecast of the returns on the amount of Ethereum staked, plus capital. The second chart is the earnings analysis. It is similar to the stake growth, with the only difference being the profit of your investment is in dollars, and it only calculates the profit.

On average, a new block is added to the network every 12 seconds. Each of these blocks is a record of valuable transaction data, namely:

  1. Network parameter: the network parameter on the ETH calculator shows the effective balances of all validators on the network, the churn rate (the difference between the number of validators joining and those leaving the network), and the online probability, which shows the percentage of validators online to perform the validating responsibilities.
  2. Staking Pool Parameters: the staking calculator has the place for staking pool returns to be calculated. If the validator is not staking via a staking pool that charges staking fees, he would need to set the staking fee percentage to 0.
  3. Economic parameters: The final parameters on the Ethereum 2.0 staking calculator are the economic parameters. Here, the validator chooses his currency and sees the details on the current price of Ethereum, as well as the price change of Ethereum over the previous month. On the Ethereum calculator, the validator may also input the initial one-time fee as well as the monthly charges in the currency of his choice to see the output reflected in the earnings chart.

The importance of the staking calculator is that it creates an ease in knowing the returns on your staked investment with little hassle. The Ether calculator is an exciting feature of the Ethereum explorer, and we may see much more ease of use with Ethereum's DApps when Ethereum 2.0 gets merged with the Mainnet.