The truth behind the misconceptions holding liquid staking back

The truth behind the misconceptions holding liquid staking back

Staking is complicated, but learning the truth behind these four myths will help to increase liquid staking mass adoption. Blockchains have relied on proof-of-work (PoW) validation since their inception. Yet the PoW consensus proved to be unsustainable with its high energy usage and its need for fast, powerful hardware creating high barriers to entry. That’s why blockchains are adopting proof-of-stake consensus algorithms (PoS), where those wanting to earn rewards don’t have to compete against other miners, but can simply stake part of their crypto for a chance to be chosen to be a....


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