SafeStake, a trust minimized middle-layer fostering the decentralization of ETH2.0 staking

Why SafeStake?

Security always comes first. Rust is king in preventing memory-related bugs and vulnerabilities, always beats Go in runtime benchmarks.

HotStuff Consensus protocol

HotStuff is the first partially synchronous BFT replication protocol. It is more robust than iBFT and helps minimize the validator’s slashing odds

Low Validator Staking Threshold: 8 ETH

We lower the ETH 2.0 staking threshold to 8 eths. It will drive a more extensive validator base, improve diversity and decentralization, and strengthen the security of ETH 2.0 staking

SafeStake network participants

Validators

The user is required to stake 8 ETH or more to become a validator. In SafeStake, a validation task will be performed by the operator nodes selected from the validators during the setup

Operators

The operator will be the service provider holding validators’ validation key shares and providing professional ETH 2.0 staking duties for the validators

ParaState DAO

ParaState DAO will be the decentralized organization that builds and maintains the network and will also be responsible for the maintenance and governance of the staking network

Non-custody infrastructure for Distributed Validator Technology

Resilient Validator Architecture

SafeStake Roadmap

1

Incentivized Galileo Testnet launches in July

2

Mainnet launches by end of 2022

3

Q3 2023 and onwards, enables VEV (validator extracted value) protocol and distributed validator oracle building on top of SafeStake middle-layer

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