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 - **Your wallet is open ideally 24/7.** Staking doesn'​t need a lot of electricity (as mining in PoW), but it needs some time. If your client is open just few hours a day, you might not see many staking rewards. For ideal results, keep you client open and staking 24/7. Dedicated staking devices (like Raspberry Pi or Pine64) are great way to achieve that without the need of having your main computer running all night. - **Your wallet is open ideally 24/7.** Staking doesn'​t need a lot of electricity (as mining in PoW), but it needs some time. If your client is open just few hours a day, you might not see many staking rewards. For ideal results, keep you client open and staking 24/7. Dedicated staking devices (like Raspberry Pi or Pine64) are great way to achieve that without the need of having your main computer running all night.
 - **You'​re in sync with the network.** This may be obvious, but you won't get any rewards during the time you sync your client with the network. - **You'​re in sync with the network.** This may be obvious, but you won't get any rewards during the time you sync your client with the network.
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 +### Cold staking
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 +**Refer to our unified [Cold Staking setup guide](tutorial:​staking:​cold-staking)** for details on how to setup staking on Pool or DSD.
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