Protocol for staking liquidity The mainnet integration of Ethereum staking infrastructure SSV Network by StaFi has been disclosed. Through the StaFi rToken App, users may now stake their ETH on DVT. Both individual and trustworthy validators are supported by the current StaFi ETH liquidity staking validator function. The StaFi-developed Router module will employ its allocation mechanism to send staked ETH to the appropriate validators, integrating current validator services with the planned SSV functionality.
A specific amount of ETH will be set aside by the Router for withdrawals, and it will keep an eye on the balance and activities of the staking pool. Users have the option to deposit 12 ETH as a single validator and utilise their server or SSV to manually activate validators on the beacon chain if the effective balance of the staking pool is more than 20 ETH. The Router will automatically generate validator keys, register validators on SSV, and activate validators on the beacon chain if the effective balance is more than 32 ETH. StaFi intends to decrease the number of trusted validators and utilise them only as backups in order to increase decentralisation.