The latest staking API upgrade allows companies to access direct staking and extend staking capabilities to their own users, enabling access to the P2P.org platform.
P2P.org, an infrastructure provider on Ethereum and 50 other blockchains, has added a direct staking API in a recent platform upgrade allowing institutions, custodians and exchanges direct access into the P2P.org ecosystem starting with direct staking and then liquid staking on Lido, Stakewise and Rocket Pool in early Q3.
P2P.org’s staking API will open a gateway to access direct and liquid staking easily without the need to build expensive and time-consuming custom integrations. By leveraging our easy-to-use staking API, companies can seamlessly tap into the staking market, introducing them to innovative staking opportunities and new ways to offer staking solutions to their own users. Our new API is a key conduit, dissolving barriers and ushering a new wave of institutional participation in the flourishing world of staking, further progressing our vision of a decentralized future for all and opening up new opportunities to participate in re-staking and LSTfi with ease. P2P.org’s staking API allows users to direct stake both ETH and DOT initially with more digital assets to follow.
“This eagerly awaited launch of our advanced staking API is a linchpin in our plans to democratize access to decentralized tools and services. The backbone of our platform is a robust user dashboard coupled with industry-leading reporting tools designed to provide our users with complete control and transparency over their digital assets. At P2P.org, we enable users to retain full ownership of their digital assets, with maximum security behind everything we do. This upgrade isn’t just a step forward—it’s a giant leap towards our vision of a truly decentralized future.” Alex Esin, Chief Executive Officer of P2P.org.
Companies that integrate the new API will enjoy the platform’s robust infrastructure designed to provide access to the entire staking ecosystem for their clients. It accommodates non-custodial direct and liquid staking and protection against staking risks with our slashing protection insurance. By providing access to these gateways, we’re equipping custodians, cryptocurrency exchanges, and wallets with the tools needed to participate seamlessly in the liquid staking space. This new addition to our suite of tools also allows our clients to customize the operation of their requested validators for direct staking. For instance, from early Q3, users can select the node’s geographical location and identify the most effective MEV strategy to meet the needs of their own jurisdiction. At its core, the platform embodies decentralization, with high levels of security and unprecedented control and transparency for our users. Furthermore, the platform will soon offer multiple integration points for optimal flexibility, assuring continuity even when one aspect is offline.
At P2P.org, we remain committed to ensuring true ownership of a user’s digital assets and providing users with a genuine decentralized non-custodial staking experience. Our recent platform upgrade reinforces our dedication to creating secure and user-centric services. We invite users to join us in this exciting journey as we work towards a decentralized future.
P2P.org operates across various blockchains, including Ethereum, Cosmos Hub, Polkadot, Kusama, and Solana. It has provided non-custodial staking opportunities to stakers with over USD 1.6 billion across 50 networks.
About P2P Validator
P2P.org launched in 2018 with a mission to build their vision of a decentralized future and empower stakers with non-custodial opportunities. With over $1.6B USD in staked assets, P2P.org has emerged as a leader in the space. Being pioneers in the field, the team at P2P.org has played a pivotal role as early validators on various networks allowing them to win in the game of zones and game of stakes on Cosmos and build the unique stake rebalancing solution.
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