Ethereum

Ethereum

ETH
Market cap$410,196,531,166.00
Price$3,364.980
Est. APR4.15%

Overview

Ethereum is the leading decentralized smart contract platform and one of the largest blockchain networks. It enables people to transact with each other without the necessity for central authorities, fostering an environment of direct peer-to-peer interaction.


As a Proof-of-Stake network, Ethereum is secured by validators who are responsible for creating blocks and validating transactions. Stakin is a node operator and operates validators for institutionals and individuals looking to stake their ETH. By staking ETH, stakers contribute to the security of the Ethereum network and earn additional ETH rewards.

Staking Ethereum with Stakin

10K+Ethereum Validators ran by Stakin
$100M+Yield earned on Ethereum by Stakin clients
99.9%+Uptime across our infrastructure
0Slashing events recorded

With a full Ethereum staking product suite, Stakin is able to cater to the different needs of institutional investors, wallet providers, custodians and integrators, as well as individual token holders.

Direct Staking

Best for

Institutional Stakers

Liquid Staking Providers

Pros & Cons

No smart-contract

Regulatory-compliant dedicated infrastructure

DVT (SSV, Obol) can be used for added resiliency

Supports Restaking (Eigenlayer)

Requires chunks of 32 ETH

Technical complexities to integrate

Minimum amount of ETH to stake

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StakeWise Public Vault

Best for

Institutional Stakers

Individual Stakers

Pros & Cons

0% staking fee

Easy interface

Low barrier to entry with no minimum to stake

Can mint a liquid staking token

Supports Restaking (Eigenlayer)

No dedicated infrastructure for each client (pooled staking environment)

StakeWise Permissioned Vaults

Best for

Institutional Stakers

Pros & Cons

Easy interface

Regulatory-compliant dedicated infrastructure

Can mint a liquid staking token

Bespoke pricing

DVT (SSV, Obol) can be used for added resiliency

Supports Restaking (Eigenlayer)

Minimum amount of ETH to stake

Learn more about Permissioned Vaults

SSV Public Node

Best for

Institutional Stakers

Individual Stakers

Liquid Staking Providers

Pros & Cons

Easy interface

Added resiliency through DVT

Predictable fixed pricing

Supports Restaking

Requires chunks of 32 ETH

Efficiency depends on the set of operators

StakinPool

Best for

Wallet Integrators

Pros & Cons

Easy to integrate with interfaces (wallets)

Automated payouts for integrators and their users

Regulatory-compliant dedicated infrastructure

Some integration work

Learn more about StakinPool

Liquid Staking Partners

Best for

Institutional Stakers

Individual Stakers

Pros & Cons

Low barrier to entry with no minimum to stake

Users receive a liquid token representing their staked ETH

Yield can be enhanced through DeFi

Supports Restaking (Eigenlayer)

Third-party smart-contracts

Learn more about our Liquid Staking Partners

Partners

Which ETH staking product is the best for me?

Institutional Stakers

Direct Staking

StakeWise Permissioned Vault

StakeWise Public Vault

SSV Public Node

Liquid Staking (partners)

Wallet services and Integrators

StakinPool

Liquid Staking Provider

Direct Staking

SSV Public Node

Individual Staker

StakeWise Public Vault

Liquid Staking (partners)

SSV Public Node

Stake ETH with a reliable Node Operator

Institution

Institutional Services

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