Wikitoro author Nick Zelver Written by Nick Zelver
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Updated Mar, 2024

No, you cannot stake Ripple (XRP) on eToro's platform. Currently, eToro only supports staking for Cardano (ADA) and Tron (TRX). Additionally, Ripple operates on a different blockchain mechanism and is not a proof-of-stake blockchain, meaning its native token XRP cannot be staked on any platform.


Setting the Scene

In my quest to understand the possibilities of eToro Ripple staking, I embarked on a thorough exploration of the platform, utilizing my personal account for practical insights. My journey included direct interactions with their customer support team and a deep dive into their official website resources. Through this hands-on approach, I've gathered concrete evidence and insights, leading me to a definitive conclusion: staking Ripple (XRP) on eToro is not an option.


eToro, as I discovered, currently offers staking services exclusively for Cardano (ADA) and Tron (TRX). This limitation stems from the inherent nature of Ripple's blockchain. Unlike ADA and TRX, Ripple does not operate on a proof-of-stake mechanism. This fundamental difference in blockchain technology means that Ripple's native token, XRP, is not eligible for staking on eToro or any other platform.


My findings are rooted in practical experience and extensive research. I've navigated the nuances of eToro's staking policies and the technicalities of different blockchain mechanisms to bring you this information. My aim is to provide a reliable, up-to-date, and accurate guide for fellow traders and enthusiasts who are navigating the complex world of cryptocurrency trading and staking on this platform. The bottom line? It's either you stake other supported crypto assets or trade XRP instead.


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Past performance is not an indication of future results. Trading history presented is less than 5 complete years and may not suffice as basis for investment decision.

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Wikitoro author Nick Zelver About Nick Zelver

Nick is the Senior Content Editor at with over 15 years in online marketing. A graduate of Toronto Metropolitan University, he has strategized for More Sales Inc. and led online sales at His journey through digital marketing, e-commerce, and account management has equipped him with a unique perspective. Every article he pens is infused with his real-world experiences, aiming to guide and inform readers.

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