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EOS Canada receives many questions regarding staked and unstaked tokens. Why are my tokens staked? Why do I have to stake EOS tokens? What do I get for staking my tokens? How do I stake my tokens? We’d like to help clarify this.
Alexandre explains how RAM is used as the main storage layer in EOS. There is a resource limiting system in EOS that makes it so that if you write a transaction to the chain - like to create a new account - it needs to store some data in RAM.