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P2P.org and SSV.Network Partner to Launch Institution-Focused Distributed Validator Technology Satking API

P2P.org, the blockchain validator platform for over 50 blockchains, has partnered with SSV.Network to launch a Distributed Validator Technology (DVT) Staking API. In a first for the industry, P2P.org and SSV.Network say the service will enable easy institutional staking and will improve security, efficiency, and decentralisation.

P2P.org and its approach to Distributed Validator Technology (DVT) Staking 

P2P.org provides validator services across various leading blockchains, including Ethereum, Cosmos Hub, Polkadot, Kusama, and Solana. In total, the platform has facilitated staking worth more than $2.7 billion across 50 networks through its non-custodial staking options.

 Distributed Validator Technologies (DVT) provide staking risk reduction and many investors might consider employing it as a strategy for digital assets management and staking strategies. Institutions that have to spend a lot of time manually picking varied validators can now benefit from DVT, an innovative technology that streamlines risk mitigation.

By using DVT’s pre-established trustworthy cluster, institutions stand to gain two-fold benefits- saving time and money while reducing risks and cutting out weeks or months of resource allocation. In addition, institutions will likely find it easy to make the switch to decentralised staking because the API is built for cheap integration.

Allnodes, Stakely, and HTX are just a few of the experienced node operators that institutions can engage with using the DVT Staking API. They all add something special to the table. This concerted effort guarantees a decentralised distribution of nodes, which results in reduced risk exposure and strengthens the staking platform.

For institutional clients, in particular, the implementation of DVT into the Ethereum staking ecosystem is a giant leap forward in the quest for a decentralised and improved infrastructure. According to P2P.org, this approach gives institutions greater confidence since they will work with approved node operators. They will jump into the staking waters knowing that these top-tier operators will give excellent performance, which makes staking far more resilient and reliable.