SafeStakeSafeStake price DVT
SafeStake to USD Chart
Please wait a moment.
- Market cap
- Volume (24h)
- Volume/Market cap (24h)
- Circulating supply
- 0 DVT
- Total supply
- 1,000,000,000 DVT
- Max. supply
- Fully diluted market cap
Please wait a moment.
Disclaimer: This page may contain affiliate links. CoinMarketCap may be compensated if you visit any affiliate links and you take certain actions such as signing up and transacting with these affiliate platforms. Please refer to Affiliate Disclosure.
SafeStake is a decentralized staking infra and protocol that helps maximize staker rewards by keeping validators secure and online to perform Ethereum staking duties.
SafeStake is a turnkey DVT (Distributed Validator Technology) staking solution that splits a validator key into shares, then distributes them to several nodes to achieve high levels of security and fault tolerance. Written in Rust, SafeStake runs on top of the ETH2/consensus client Lighthouse and uses Hotstuff, a superior consensus library to iBFT and qBFT.
Why SafeStake? Security always comes first. Rust is king in preventing memory-related bugs and vulnerabilities, always beats Go in runtime benchmarks.
Superior Slashing Protection HotStuff, the first partially-synchronous BFT replication protocol, is more robust than iBFT or qBFT. It helps ensure consensus is reached and minimizes the chances of slashing for validators on the SafeStake network.
Low 8 ETH Staking Threshold In Stage 2, we will lower the ETH 2.0 staking threshold to 8 ETH. Our goal is to establish a more extensive validator base, improve diversity and decentralization, and strengthen the security of the Ethereum network.
Highly Scalable SafeStake was engineered and developed to maximize the efficiency of operator nodes. Each of our nodes can handle up to 200 validators without sacrificing the node’s or associated validators’ performance.
More Secure Our engineers are writing a proprietary DKG protocol to handle the issue of a ‘trusted’ dealer handling key generation. We are eliminating all potential security threats as part of our protocol, not as an add-on solution.