Liquid Staking

Liquid staking allows users to unlock liquidity from their staked assets, a practice prevalent in PoS networks and DeFi ecosystems. By staking ETH in liquid staking dApps or obtaining Liquid Staking Tokens (LST), investors can leverage the assets for further investment opportunities, enhancing both asset utilization and potential returns in a streamlined manner.

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From Liquidity Staking to Re-staking Innovation: How Does Persistence Influence the Cosmos Ecosystem?
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From Liquidity Staking to Re-staking Innovation: How Does Persistence Influence the Cosmos Ecosystem?

Persistence One ($XPRT) stands out as one of the pioneering application chains in the Cosmos ecosystem with its early adoption of IBC, CosmWasm, and the Liquidity Staking Module (LSM). It has crafted a sophisticated framework for liquidity staking and re-staking by focusing on POS systems and liquidity staking products, thereby enhancing the architecture of the Cosmos ecosystem. The ecosystem around Persistence boasts a high total value locked (TVL) and substantial IBC transaction volumes, with a majority of its tokens staked, showcasing the network’s robust security and engagement. Its flagship product, pSTAKE, streamlines the staking process within the Cosmos ecosystem, offering features like automatic re-investment of rewards and quick access to unstaked assets. Additionally, Persistence bolsters the Cosmos ecosystem’s security and decentralization through its re-staking module and alliance, creating an economic coalition for those who re-stake.
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Why ‘Restaking’ Has Taken Over Social Media
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Why ‘Restaking’ Has Taken Over Social Media

The restaking protocol offers new solutions to many issues and is an important narrative within the liquidity staking derivative track. The following article briefly discusses ‘restaking’, as well as some underlying implementations and security risks.
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Restaking and the price of trust
Advanced

Restaking and the price of trust

This article reexamines some core issues in the current ETH ecosystem, such as Restaking, AVS, and Liquid Restaking tracks, and predictively provides a comparative risk and return assessment framework.
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Feast on Multiple Dishes: Quick Guide to the Merlin Chain Liquidity Protocol
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Feast on Multiple Dishes: Quick Guide to the Merlin Chain Liquidity Protocol

This article will introduce the core mechanisms and staking strategies of Solv Protocol, StakeStone,, and Avalon Finance, as well as how they collaborate to "feast on multiple dishes" within the Merlin ecosystem.
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Exploring the Solana Liquidity Staking Protocol, Sanctum
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Exploring the Solana Liquidity Staking Protocol, Sanctum

Sanctum represents a burgeoning liquidity staking protocol on Solana, leveraging a routing mechanism to interconnect LSTs of various sizes and create a cohesive liquidity network. As the pioneer in aggregating Solana's LST liquidity, it has garnered significant attention across the market.
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What is Eigenpie (EGP)?
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What is Eigenpie (EGP)?

Discover Eigenpie, a SubDAO built by Magpie, empowers users to earn additional rewards on their Ethereum Liquid Staking Tokens (LSTs) through EigenLayer. Learn how Eigenpie redefines liquid restaking, offering users a seamless way to restake their ETH positions in this comprehensive article.
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Passive Income Strategies and Joining Pre-Listed Projects in Bull Markets
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Passive Income Strategies and Joining Pre-Listed Projects in Bull Markets

This article discusses strategies for earning passive income in high-risk areas through liquidity staking and re-staking, introducing key projects such as Lido, Pendle, and EigenLayer, which drive the development of DeFi by enhancing capital efficiency and flexibility.
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Hot Projects in the Ethereum Staking Track
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Hot Projects in the Ethereum Staking Track

The most important aspect of a staking project is undoubtedly security: clear and reliable project background, institutional endorsement, and low risk of exit scams. This article inventories hot projects in the Ethereum staking track.
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The Restaking Ecosystem and What Comes Next
Intermediate

The Restaking Ecosystem and What Comes Next

EigenLayer is bringing a transformative future to Web3, providing a scalable, secure foundation for Ethereum innovation and beyond. Despite some risks, the high returns make these risks more attractive. EigenLayer is driving innovation at an unprecedented speed, and the article details the next steps and potential of the staking ecosystem.
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Liquid Staking on Solana
Beginner

Liquid Staking on Solana

Solana liquidity staking transforms held assets into liquid assets, allowing for efficient utilization and higher returns through the Sanctum platform and DeFi applications.
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An analysis of Genesis LRT
Beginner

An analysis of Genesis LRT

GenesisLRT is an EigenLayer liquidity aggregator whose purpose is to leverage its extensive knowledge of the ecosystem to accrue the best yields for the investors.
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 Full Solution on the Restaking
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Full Solution on the Restaking

Restaking is a complex product form after the deepening development of DeFi (decentralized finance). It is also a new type of financial derivative that appeared after the Ethereum consensus mechanism was converted to PoS. Therefore, this article will carefully walk you through the re-staking track as deeply and simply as possible by combining it with the development history of the industry. And conduct a detailed analysis of the leading project EigenLayer.
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LRT Track Analysis and Either.fi Investment Report
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LRT Track Analysis and Either.fi Investment Report

Recently, there has been a lot of discussion around EigenLayer's restaking and LRT, with users betting on airdrop expectations for different protocols, making restaking the hottest topic in the Ethereum ecosystem. This article discusses LRT's investment portfolio, sources of income, and penalty risks, as well as EigenLayer's restrictions on LST restaking and the development of Native Restaking. Currently, the ETH flowing into EigenLayer through LRT accounts for 55% of the total TVL, and limiting LST might be a means to promote the development of Native Restaking.
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Interpret the clever design of stETH
Intermediate

Interpret the clever design of stETH

The fundamental logic of stETH is to deposit ETH into Lido. Lido utilizes these ETH to participate in Ethereum's PoS (Proof of Stake) to earn rewards, and users receive corresponding stETH as proof of their participation. Subsequently, Lido distributes the rewards to the addresses holding stETH.
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