Cypher Core recently appeared on our radar for their open source Cosmos applications. Their expertise on Cosmos staking is hard to argue.
Recap of Staking Hub's IDEX AMA with Julien Bouteloup and Leopold Joy from Stake Capital. They answer all of our IDEX staking questions.
We spent the last two days in sunny Berlin for the Cosmos Interchain Conference put on by the Cosmos/Tendermint team and the Interchain Foundation.
Word is getting around the staking community about the Edgeware lockdrop, a unique new token distribution mechanism. Learn more here.
There have been a few operational incidents in which large validators on the Cosmos Hub experienced prolonged downtime due to validator infrastructure.
A bet on Livepeer is a bet on allocative capacity. This is the premise: idle compute capacity will always be cheaper than dedicated capacity.
With Korea’s leading e-commerce platform Ticket Monster kicking off in June, it’s a good time establish a staking position the LUNA token.
When “talking blockchain” traditional finance terms are often used incorrectly in an attempt to describe the new paradigm, like yield and inflation.
The core promise of blockchain technology involves data security, decentralization, and speed. Validator participation is necessary for all of this.
Figment is launching a validator on the Terra blockchain. As long-term believers, we’re always looking for user driven adoption of blockchain technology.
When thinking about and participating in Cosmos governance proposals, our process will be a bit different from conventional legal practices.
Today Figment, provider of institutional grade Proof of Stake infrastructure services, announced the conclusion of a seed round of $2,000,000 CAD.
The Cosmos Network mainnet has launched and pulled off a rare feat for a Proof of Stake network: a totally decentralized start.
Now that the Cosmos Hub has launched, Delegators are beginning to join the network and choose a Cosmos Validator by delegating their ATOMs.
In late February, Nomadic announced their two flavors of the Athens proposal for Tezos. Immediately, the Tezos community became polarized.
At 0530UTC on March 1st, 2019, IRISNet launched the IRISHub, the first global, permissionless, public Tendermint blockchain.
As a Delegator, you should have a good understanding of your Cosmos Validator approach so you can better understand your slashing risk for Atom loss.
As we near the end of the great Game of Stakes (GoS) experiment, we wanted to take stock of what we’ve learned and share the new questions we are asking.
Well, it’s official: the lofty promises made during the 2017 crypto frenzy have come up dramatically short, but Livepeer is different.
Besides the addition and subtraction of numbers on a distributed ledger (i.e. cryptocurrencies), blockchains hold the power to provide smart contracts.
We do not plan to form or join a cartel in the upcoming Cosmos Game of Stakes. This is not to say that we’re just going to roll over for the Game of Stakes!
We’ve open sourced Hubble and moved it to a new home at https://hubble.figment.network. Hubble will start syncing Gaia-9000 when the network launches.
Andrew Cronk (Figment), Meher Roy (Chorus One), and Jake Brukhman (CoinFund) discuss evaluating crypto networks during our first Figment Podcast.
This guide aims to explain some of the assumptions and caveats relating to the above set of projections modeling the operations of baking in Tezos.
Although the latest wave of blockchain hype has calmed down this year, the ferocity of teams working on the underlying technology continues to increase.
As the Cosmos network gets closer to launch, a key question is how the Cosmos delegator system for Validators will work within the network.
The Cosmos Network plans to be the "Internet of Blockchains". The Cosmos Hub is designed to allow other blockchains, termed “Zones”, to interoperate
There is a major, multi-faceted shift happening right now in the world of crypto. Proof-of-Stake is set to become more dominate than ever.