The non-custodial liquidity staking platform ether.fi has published a self-restrictions essay and a roadmap for decentralization. To guarantee that the proportion of protocol validators and ETH self-limits does not exceed 25% of the consensus layer, self-restriction restrictions will be directly incorporated into smart contracts. The article outlines the decentralization road map, with the ultimate objective of being the most straightforward and low entry barrier technique for establishing nodes; node operations require no permission; decentralized governance; and contract rigour.
Ether.fi has finished the initial phases of the single node operator integration, DVT integration, self-custody key delegation staking, and open-source smart contracts as milestones for the decentralization roadmap. Re-staking integration, fully open-source, permissionless individual staking, DVT integration second phase, the release of DAO governance, contract rigidity, and the launch of eETH are all anticipated for November 2023. Additionally, re-staking integration, fully open-source, contract rigidity, and the release of eETH are all anticipated for December 2023.