Polkadot is built using “parachains” – a type of decentralized and dynamic blockchain that enables customizable and independent chains.
This article is mainly in reference to Polkadot Referendum 31 and the information is current until new governance changes take effect.
Polkadot aims to unify the Web 3 ecosystem by bridging tokens and information from one blockchain to another.
The Polkadot Learn Pathway is the fastest way for developers to learn how to build within the Polkadot ecosystem.
We are happy to announce that DataHub's read/write nodes and enriched APIs are officially available for all Polkadot developers.
Learn how to easily stake and nominate your DOTs to any of Figment' validators on the Polkadot Network.
Our managed Polkadot controller offering will fully optimize rewards for stakers, while guaranteeing rewards and without having to custody a staker's DOT.
It is important to understand how the network will function, and how you will be able to maximize your rewards when staking DOT.
Figment has been awarded a grant from Web3 Foundation to build Dot Hub, a staking explorer tool for the Polkadot network.
The Polkadot universe is designed to distribute stake backing as evenly as possible over the validator set. Staking Kusama guide.
If you own DOTs, you’re entitled to KSM. Claim them to get staking now! Staking KSM is now easier than ever with Figment.
The Staking Hub Kusama AMA occured on August 29, 2019, with Bill Laboon (W3F) and Joe Petrowski (Parity). Read our recap here.
Figment will offer a validator service for Kusama that will be open for delegation. If you own DOT, email firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more.