Secret Shared Validator (SSV) technology is the first secure and robust way to split a validator key for ETH staking between non-trusting nodes run by operators. It is a unique protocol that enables the distributed operation of an Ethereum validator. The result is a decentralized, fault-tolerant, highly secure method for building decentralized staking applications on Ethereum.

Find out more: 🔗 website | 🔗 developer center | 🔗 documentation


1) Build a Staking Pool - Qualifiers split a $12,000 Pool.

Develop a staking pool on SSV with the core functionality of being able to stake less than the amount of ETH the staker wishes, on Ethereum.

Staking pools are usually revenue generating, allowing wallets to stake less than 32 ETH in a smart contract which pools ETH deposits together and spins up a validator.

🔗 Learn more on DVT-based staking pools | 🔗 Integration Guide

2) Build a ‘SSV as a service’ Qualifiers split a $8,000 Pool.

Develop a staking service that uses SSV as its backend. The operation should manage SSV-related barriers such as fees and payments on behalf of stakers.

The interface needs to be configured to hardcode validator operations to a specific/permissioned cluster of operators.

🔗 Learn more on DVT-based staking services | 🔗 Integration Guide


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This workshop is happening in-person
ssv.network 🛠 Decentralized infrastructure for ethereum staking
Time: 05:30 PM -05 – Oct 7, 2022
Location: Workshop Room 4