Stateless.Money — Supporting a small validator is supporting decentralization

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Stateless.Money has consistently ranked as a top-ranked service in the Thousand Validator Program

The era of Proof of Stake (PoS) arguably began with the launch of Tezos at the end of 2018. In the first 6 months, a handful of technically sophisticated participants began validating on the network, evidence of a vibrant community of hodlers who wanted to help ensure decentralization of validation.

It didn’t take long for exchanges to take notice of the business case for staking. It’s now apparent that PoS networks will face the risk of governance and security centralization posed by a handful of large exchanges and validators.

We decided to launch a public PoS validation service, starting with Kusama and Polkadot, to help ensure hodlers have an alternative option to the ‘big guys’ while maintaining the same performance and security standards.

The 4 things we believe you should consider when choosing a validator on Polkadot:

How does Stateless.Money compare?

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Here are our validation addresses:

Polkadot:

12713bbq45c66CN9AD7yusSXWE1kY91DcMpjVcB2rXqZKy2w

15ikMmYiHbAb2o2PR4vr6614RUqK3SYvGHgt2nTt32ecSoTc

Kusama:

Cdaq3iUobZLYD2d8oqRQf1VKuRo6H64KsMBgJyxap4ZnARX

HvdGhdYcsJcSVBYnUEtHGpzV5A4XunjYWi8HAK8bGLvXdAb

DDCwKKPvWYtdNDkRWEAJ2gBkNP7vz5FdUjH11XPhkVXcUXM

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