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As a team of blockchain validators, we play a crucial role in ensuring the accuracy and transparency of blockchain transactions. Our expertise lies in verifying and validating transactions, so that they can be recorded on the blockchain in a secure and tamper-proof way. Through our work, we help to maintain the integrity of the blockchain network, and ensure that it continues to deliver on its promise of decentralized, trustless transactions. Whether you are a seasoned blockchain user or just getting started, you can trust us to help you navigate this cutting-edge technology and make the most of its many benefits. With our experience and expertise at your side, you can be sure that your transactions are safe, secure, and backed by the power of the blockchain

Our Team

We are a group of engineers, designers, researchers and developers who collaborate to create innovative products and solutions.
Our team has a variety of skills and experience, which allows us to solve complex tasks and develop high-quality products.
Our goal is to make users’ lives easier, more convenient and more interesting.

Our Values

Innovations: We are constantly looking for new ways to improve and optimize. Innovation is what moves us forward.
User Orientation: We value our users and strive to provide them with the best possible experience. Their needs and comfort are our priority.

Our Mission

Collaboration: We believe in the power of collaboration. We share knowledge, ideas and support each other.
Ethics and Transparency: We adhere to high standards of ethics and transparency in all aspects of our work.
Respect for Diversity: We value diversity of opinions, cultures and experiences. It makes us stronger and more creative.








































          Common Questions

          Who are blockchain validators?
          Blockchain validators are network participants who confirm transactions and add them to the blockchain. They ensure the security and integrity of the network by verifying each transaction against the rules.
          How do I become a blockchain validator?
          To become a validator, you need to acquire and hold a certain amount of cryptocurrency, set up and configure a validator node, and connect to the network. Detailed instructions vary depending on the specific blockchain network.
          What is the proof-of-stake mechanism?
          The Proof of Stake (PoS) mechanism is an alternative consensus mechanism in blockchain, used to ensure network security and consistency. Unlike the Proof of Work (PoW) mechanism, which requires participants to perform complex computational tasks to create new blocks, in PoS, new blocks are created based on the stake of cryptocurrency, whose owners can compete to create blocks and receive rewards. The main idea of the PoS mechanism is that the more stake a cryptocurrency owner has in the network, the higher the probability they will be selected to create a new block. This provides motivation for participation in the network and ensures blockchain security: stakeholders who have an interest in a stable and secure network will not risk their stakes by behaving dishonestly or maliciously.
          What is a full-node?
          A full node in a blockchain network is a computer that stores a complete and up-to-date copy of the blockchain and participates in the process of validating transactions and blocks. Full nodes play a crucial role in maintaining a decentralized network, ensuring its security, resilience, and integrity.Full nodes are the foundation of any decentralized blockchain network, ensuring its reliability, security, and autonomy.
          What is ‘staking’?
          Staking is the process of actively participating in transaction validation (similar to mining) on a proof-of-stake (PoS) blockchain. It involves locking up a certain amount of cryptocurrency in a wallet to support the operations of a blockchain network. In return for staking their coins, participants have the opportunity to earn rewards, typically in the form of additional coins, for their contribution to network security and maintenance.
          What is a validator’s commission?
          A validator’s commission refers to the percentage of rewards earned by a validator in a Proof of Stake (PoS) blockchain network that they retain as compensation for their services. When validators successfully validate transactions and create new blocks, they receive rewards in the form of cryptocurrency tokens.
          What happens if a validator makes a mistake or abuses their power?
          If a validator makes a mistake or tries to abuse their power, they can be penalized. Penalties include losing part of the staked cryptocurrency (slashing) and being excluded from the network.
          What is delegation?
          Delegating in the context of a Proof of Stake (PoS) blockchain refers to the process of transferring one’s staked capital (cryptocurrency) to another participant in the network, known as a validator. This process allows cryptocurrency holders who do not wish or are unable to run and maintain their own validator to still participate in the staking process and receive rewards for supporting the network. Delegation enables cryptocurrency holders to actively participate in the staking process and earn rewards for their participation without requiring them to run their own validator. This promotes increased participation in staking and supports the security and decentralization of blockchain networks.
          Do validators need to be publicly identified?
          No, they do not. Each delegator will value validators based on their own criteria. Validators will be able to register a website address when they nominate themselves so that they can advertise their operation as they see fit. Some delegators may prefer a website that clearly displays the team operating the validator and their resume, while others might prefer anonymous validators with positive track records.
          Can the validator escape with the coins of his delegates?
          By delegating to a validator, a user delegates staking power. The more staking power a validator has, the more weight it has in the consensus and processes. This does not mean that the validator has custody of its delegators’ coins. By no means can a validator run away with its delegator’s funds. Even though delegated funds cannot be stolen by their validators, delegators are still liable if their validators misbehave. In such case, each delegators’ stake will be partially slashed in proportion to their relative stake.


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