Blox Staking Mid-Audit Update
In the sake of radical transparency, we’re sharing the Mid-Audit Report from the Least Authority’s review of KeyVault remote signer wallet.
Securing your Validator
In this post, we will take a look at the type of keys generated in Eth2, their inherent security vulnerabilities, and the different ways to secure them in a multi-user staking environment.
Blox Staking Technology Overview
Introducing Blox Staking KeyVault – remote signer based on Hashicorp Vault, with a proprietary Plugin for signing functionalities and slashing protection written by Blox CEO Alon Muroch.
Centralized Versus Decentralized Staking Services
Decentralized Staking or Non-Custodial Staking allows users to stake with no key sharing. Centralized, Semi-Custodial, or Custodial staking services retain custody over user private keys in a multitude of ways.
Blox Basics: What is Proof of Stake
Proof of Stake (PoS) is the consensus mechanism behind Eth2 which enables validators to stake and which will allow the network to efficiently scale.