The Feast Begins Welcome to the grand opening of the Tenderize V2, the first credibly neutral liquid staking protocol. As we carve into this new era, our alliance of seasoned backers include crypto OGs such as Eden Block, Figment Capital, and TRGC, and node operator partners such as StakeSquid, Allnodes,
TL;DR Tenderize v2, after 18 months of meticulous research and development, stands at the forefront of the Liquid Staking revolution, heralding the era of Liquid Staking 2.0 featuring validator specific liquid staked tokens (LSTs) and a shared liquidity pool model. This article delves into the journey of Tenderize
Validator Grants Tenderize Labs is offering $2M worth of grants to validators participating in the launch of Tenderize v2 launch. Grants are paid in WAGYU, the protocol’s token. If Tenderize v2 grows in adoption, protocol revenue increases and validator grant recipients share in the upside. If you’re already
Tenderize is introducing the concept of tokenized stake, offering more flexibility and utility to Web 3 infrastructure players. Tenderize has a full roadmap to unleash the full potential of staked assets, creating new use cases for Web 3 token holders in what we like to call “supercharge stake [https://blog.
Web3 enables an open internet with more economic freedom in which users do not just create and consume content but also take full control over their digital lives. For us, a neutral protocol that adds value to stakeholders is at the center, all while remaining decentralized, trustless, non-custodial and secure.
Tenderize [https://www.tenderize.me/] was born from a side project within the Livepeer community to a fully-fledged novel liquid staking protocol in less than two years. Discover how Tenderize’s founder, Nico, saw the need for a fresh approach to capital diversification with liquid staking and the journey to