InfStones Newsletter — December
InfStones Partners with Findora Network
Findora is a public blockchain with programmable privacy that has been launched to the public in 2021. Utilizing the latest breakthroughs in zero-knowledge proofs and multi-party computation, Findora is able to provide services with enhanced user transactional privacy and selective auditability. InfStones has joined the Findora network to provide trusted validator and staking services to its community. The collaboration will unquestionably help Findora to achieve privacy-preserving transparency while strengthening the security and stability of the entire ecosystem.
Findora Network Official Website: https://findora.org/
InfStones Partners with Rangers Protocol
As a high-performance metaverse network, Rangers Protocol is a blockchain infrastructure integrating cross-chain, NFT, EVM, and distributed network protocols. Adopting VRF+BLS consensus mechanism, Rangers Protocol guarantees high network security and low latency, providing users with a platform that is easy-to-use, scalable and developer-friendly. Recognized as the top blockchain infrastructure service provider by 50+ blockchain protocols, InfStones has partnered with Rangers Protocol to provide enterprise-grade staking and node services, further advancing the security and stability of the entire network.
Rangers Protocol Official Website: https://rangersprotocol.com/
Current Yields of Different Staking Tokens
Founded in 2018 with offices across three countries and two continents, InfStones is the world’s leading blockchain infrastructure provider. The company’s core team is composed of senior engineers and business leaders from well-known tech and financial companies across the world.
InfStones is dedicated to bringing down the barriers to connecting with the blockchain, allowing clients to quickly build their applications on a large variety of blockchain networks. Currently, InfStones provides services to institutional clients around the globe, supporting tens of thousands of nodes on more than 50 major blockchains.