Represent your identity without revealing your identity


KILT Protocol allows you to represent your identity without revealing things you would prefer to keep private. KILT brings the trust derived from real-world credentials to the digital world, while keeping your data private and in your possession. KILT can also be used to create identifiers for machines, services and anything that identities can be built on.

KILT is a blockchain protocol for issuing self-sovereign, anonymous, revocable, verifiable credentials and decentralised identifiers.

This is the Staking4All collator address: 4taHgf8x9U5b8oJaiYoNEh61jaHpKs9caUdattxfBRkJMHvm

Frequently asked questions

What is collating?

Collators provide the technical ablilities to be able to offer a secure and stable infrastructure. Collators create new blocks on Kilt. Collators are the equivalent of validators, except they are 'block producers' on parachains in the Kusama/Polkadot relay chain.

What is staking/delegating?

Not everyone has the know-how, time or ability to be a collator, however token holders can delegate their KILT tokens to a collator. In the Kusama/Polkadot ecosystems you will 'nominate' collators/validators. Some parachains may use 'nominate' or 'delegate', both are the equivalent of staking on other networks.

Why should you stake/delegate your tokens to a collator?

When you stake/delegate tokens to a collator, you are helping to secure the network and you will receive rewards for your assistance. As your KILT tokens are locked up for longer periods, you will receive more rewards. Your tokens will always remain your property and Staking4All cannot move your tokens anywhere.

Can you remove your stake/delegation from a collator?

Yes, you can remove or change your delegations at any time.

How do you stake/delegate your tokens to a collator?

You can find more info on how to delegate by watching our video above for a step-by-step guide. Visit the Kilt Stakeboard page to stake on your favourite collator.