To query an Oasis node for the common staking information, run:
oasis-node stake info -a $ADDR
This will output something like:
Token's ticker symbol: ROSEToken's value base-10 exponent: 9Total supply: ROSE 10000000000.0Common pool: ROSE 7999217230.11968289Last block fees: ROSE 0.0Staking threshold (entity): ROSE 100.0Staking threshold (node-validator): ROSE 100.0Staking threshold (node-compute): ROSE 100.0Staking threshold (node-storage): ROSE 100.0Staking threshold (node-keymanager): ROSE 100.0Staking threshold (runtime-compute): ROSE 100.0Staking threshold (runtime-keymanager): ROSE 100.0
We can see that the token's name is ROSE and that 1 token corresponds to 10^9 (i.e. one billion) base units.
Next, we can observe that the total supply is 10 billion tokens and that almost 8 billion tokens are in the common pool.
Finally, the staking thresholds for the entity, all node kinds (validator, compute, storage) and all runtime kinds (compute, key manager) are 100 tokens.
This means that if you want to register, e.g. an entity with a validator node, you need to escrow (i.e. stake) at least 200 tokens.