Welcome to Enchantress of Numbers A Stake Pool on the Cardano Network

Who is Ada Lovelace?

Augusta Ada King, Countess of Lovelace (10 December 1815 – 27 November 1852) was an English mathematician and writer, chiefly known for her work on Charles Babbage’s proposed mechanical general-purpose computer, the Analytical Engine.

Designed For Mass Participation Built For Secure Decentralization

Delegate your Ada, earn and contribute to the decentralization of the Cardano network

What is Staking?

Ada held on the Cardano network represents a stake in the network, with the size of the stake proportional to the amount of ada held. The ability to delegate or pledge a stake is fundamental to how Cardano works.

There are two ways an ada holder can earn rewards: by delegating their stake to a stake pool run by someone else, or by running their own stake pool.

The amount of stake delegated to a given stake pool is the primary way the Ouroboros protocol chooses who should add the next block to the blockchain, and receive a monetary reward for doing so.

The more stake is delegated to a stake pool (up to a certain point), the more likely it is to make the next block – and the rewards that it earns are shared between everyone who delegated their stake to that stake pool.


We keep it simple

Pool ID: 76c833843a4c47ffbeed365bac9ed6309922f06fce315a416bece290
Ticker: AAL (Ada Lovelace Signature)
Name: Enchantress of Numbers (Ada Lovelace Nickname)
Ratio: 5%
Epoch Fee: 340
More info on ADApools.org

How Cardano Works?

Cardano Explained

Staking With Cardano

Staking Ada using Daedalus wallet

Cardano Roadmap

Cardano is a ground breaking proof-of-stake blockchain network, being developed into a decentralised application (DApp) development platform with a multi-asset ledger and verifiable smart contracts. Built with the rigor of high-assurance formal development methods. Cardano aims to achieve the scalability, interoperability and sustainability needed for real-world applications. Cardano is designed to be the platform of choice for the large-scale, mission-critical DApps that will underpin the economy of the future.


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Receiving your Rewards

1 Epoch = 5 Days

16 – 20 Days to recieve your first reward
Epoch 01

At the end of your first epoch delegated to Enchantress of Numbers pool, your ada will become registered into the pool.

Epoch 02

During the second epoch your ada becomes active within the pool to start producing rewards.

Epoch 03

In your third epoch delegated to Enchantress of Numbers the reward from epoch 02 (when delegation became active) are now being calculated for pay-out on the next epoch.

Epoch 04

Congratulations, your first pay-out for epoch 02 is deposited directly into your wallet. Now rewards for epoch 03 is are being calculated and preparing for payout next epoch.

Epoch 05

Rewards are paid for epoch 03 while the payout for epoch 04 is calculated for the next epoch payout and this process will continue as long as delegation remains in the pool.

Where to Store Cardano?

Cardano web wallets like AdaLite are the most convenient way to store your Cardano. However, they are also the least secure unless you are pairing them with a hardware wallet like Trezor Model T or Ledger.

You can access a web wallet from any device without downloading anything or creating an account.

Please note: Daedalus (IOHK supported project) and Yorio (Emurgo) are the official Wallets for the Cardano Network to date.



  1. Lord Byron was her father.
  2. Fearing Lovelace would follow in her father’s footsteps, Lady Byron immersed her in mathematics.
  3. At the age of 12, Lovelace conceptualized a flying machine.
  4. The “father of the computer” was her mentor.
  5. She was a visionary who predicted that computers could do more than just crunch numbers.
  6. She was a compulsive gambler.
  7. Charles Dickens read a passage from one of his novels to Lovelace on her deathbed.
  8. Lovelace was buried next to the father she never knew.
  9. Her contributions to computing weren’t recognized until a century after her death.
  10. A computer programming language is named in Lovelace’s honor.

December 26, 1791 - October 18, 1871

Charles Babbage

Analytical Engine, generally considered the first computer, designed and partly built by the English inventor Charles Babbage in the 19th century (he worked on it until his death in 1871). While working on the Difference Engine, a simpler calculating machine commissioned by the British government, Babbage began to imagine ways to improve it. Chiefly he thought about generalising its operation so that it could perform other kinds of calculations. By the time funding ran out for his Difference Engine in 1833, he had conceived of something far more revolutionary: a general-purpose computing machine called the Analytical Engine.


Birthday of Cardano (ADA coin) we may consider year of 2015. As other coins, Cardano Cryptocurrency was created to send and receive digital assets with a possibility to make quick and safe transactions. It should also be mentioned that the main goal of Cardano (ADA coin) creation was the will of designing a reliable ecosystem that meets the requirements of users and integrates perfectly with other systems. 

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