How you can sign up
Our Tezos delegation only requires your public key and gives you the opportunity to effortlessly earn interest on your Tezos tokens . We don’t require a long term lock in or sign up and we currently pay 100% of the reward for baking. With You loaf / We bake, you are always in control of your Tezos tokens.
Because your private key is not required, your security is never compromised.
You loaf / We bake also lets you eliminate the complexity of setting up your own Tezos node or figuring out the command line instructions while we securely run it on your behalf 24/7.
Simply delegate your Tezzies to our baker: tz1eZwq8b5cvE2bPKokatLkVMzkxz24z3Don
Let You loaf / We bake handle all the new challenges of the proof-of-stake consensus, and make sure that all the protocol updates are actioned. Let us do the baking, while you loaf!
How to track your rewards
You've delegated your Tezos tokens to You loaf / We bake and want to see the results?
Click on the relevant link:
Source: https://tzscan.io The Tezos Block Explorer
How we run the delegation service
Step 1: You delegate your Tezos tokens to You loaf / We bake by and we instantly start baking on your behalf.
Step 2: We wait the 7 full cycles until the rolls produce new tezos tokens.
Step 3 and thereafter: After each subsequent cycle, new Tezos tokens will be produced for all our delegates.
Step 4: When we pay out the Tezos rewards, we will pay your 100% share once per month, straight into your account.
Who we are
You loaf / We bake was founded by Don Travlos, who has has a Phd in theoretical chemistry and worked in the financial services industry for more than 20 years before turning his attention to the crypto space in 2014. He ran the first ethereum node in the southern hemisphere and has since relocated to the isle of Man.
He has developed a deep technical understanding of a number of blockchain technologies, publishing his views on the market on peepeth, twitter and medium. He first wrote about Tezos on medium in May 2017 saying: “What’s new and exciting is that because they are using a functional language the protocol can be changed by the stakeholders. This is because any changes can be verified by the protocol itself. This represents a decentralisation of governance, no more Bitcoin core or Ethereum foundation.” In an update in October 2017, he said: “Cryptoland is not for the faint hearted, but I have a feeling Tezos is not done.”
Tezos Foundation: https://tezosfoundation.ch
Tezos wallet: https://wallet.tezbox.com/#/new
Tezos block explorer: https://betanet.tzscan.io/tz1eZwq8b5cvE2bPKokatLkVMzkxz24z3Don
Tezos reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/tezos/
GitHub - tezos: https://github.com/tezos/tezos
Tezos developer documentation: http://doc.tzalpha.net
Beginners guide to Tezos: https://blockonomi.com/tezos-guide/