18.4m STX have been locked to earn stacking rewards during cycle #36.
For #35, you can still choose to receive xBTC via pool.friedger.de/members

Reward distribution for cycle #34 is in progress...stay tuned. 1,16925205 BTC received = 1,16691354 xBTC for distribution. 1st part was exchanged at 1777 sats/stx explorer.alexlab.co/txid/0xf04 2nd part is in transit. All distribution happening soon.

18m STX have been locked for cycle #34 including Boomboxes #11 that will earn rewards in BTC celebrating Pizza Day. Rewards for all other users are distributed in xBTC or STX as usual.

220k STX have been locked in Boombox #11 to earn stacking rewards in BTC.

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If your stx tokens are unlocked now, you can adjust your delegation for Friedger Pool during the next two days. We will then start locking for cycle #34: stacking.club/cycles/34

18.3m STX have been locked to earn stacking rewards in xBTC if you want. You still have a day or so to join cycle #33.

Something is wrong with dappradar.com. Why can a decentralized smart contract, a public protocol only be "owned" by one UI?

The best way to improve the Pool Registry and UI/UX for stacking with any pool is via a grant grants.stacks.org. Pool Registry is open sourced at github.com/friedger/stacks-poo

For delegated stacking,
pool.xverse.app is a UX improvement over stacks-pool-registry.pages.dev However, users don't have the choice on pool.xverse.app who they want to trust.

Looking at improving stacking on , the best is to implement version 2.1 of stacks with adjustable amounts (see stack-increase github.com/stacks-network/stac). Currently, only custodian stacking pools like akadiko can solve the compound interest problem for stacking.

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