An Ethereum liquid staking protocol for institutions says it’s now holding those who run its network to new standards and hopes others will follow suit — perhaps boosting yield and attracting more users along the way.
Liquid Collective, developed by Delaware-registered blockchain startup Alluvial Finance and launched earlier this year, introduced the series of service level agreements (SLAs) last week.
These new standards will require Liquid Collective node operators, which include Coinbase Cloud, Figment and Staked, to perform in the top 50th percentile of ETH staking providers operating 100 nodes or more, as ranked by Rated Network’s validator dashboard.
If they fall out of the…
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