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Deadalus shows total staking rewards for a wallet. IIRC, there is a planned feature to show staking rewards per epoch for a wallet.

How we can calculate staking rewards per epoch for a wallet right now?

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    Apr 28, 2022 at 5:30

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You can see the per-epoch rewards on https://adapools.org, example: https://adapools.org/stake/stake1u94cewwzweul0z7e73462fjgextms4vge44y0f0d0a6rfjgj802t9

Yoroi does show per-epoch rewards too.

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Our alliance website has a calculator.

https://armada-alliance.com/

We are an alliance of single pools who run on decentralized bare metal low powered arm devices. Please do not stake with pool splitters or pools located in centralized datacenters.

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Another way is by using the Cardano's Official calculator tool, using advanced options you can enter the information about the pool that you are staking to and see the estimated rewards. Without advanced options it's just an esteem and results can be a little bit different from what you will receive at the end.

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I also created a calculator which shows Operator and Delegator (SUM) rewards per Epoch and Month based on the given Network and Pool Parameters.

You can find it here: (Download if you want to change inputs) https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1ztm6Jov85Vk7AGtZ22BVE3I-BhzIlubnLSTUEomdq4U/edit?usp=sharing

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To make it more easy to use I created a Version of the Calculation sheet which includes calculation for an individual delegator.

Here is the new Link: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1a2fqlM66wHNAJkRyLFhY8gaJPmwgnL7glx-NewOywdw/edit?usp=sharing

Just fill out the colored cells with the Pools and delegators details you want to use for your calculation and see the results below (Cell B20 and B21)

This calculation considers:

  • Current Block Rewards (will get lower over time)
  • Pool Pledge
  • Pool Fixed Cost
  • Pool Margin
  • Poisson Distribution to consider Luck

This calculation does NOT consider

  • Risk of battles (slot or height battles) - Bigger Pools lose more blocks to battles which decreases the Average Rewards (by up to 10% at a fully saturated pool, depending on network congestion)

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