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Staking as a Service: a new kind of business
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As blockchain technology becomes more established and entrenched, we can expect to see an evolution in the nature of the businesses and services surrounding the ecosystem. Perhaps there is no better example than the rise of Staking as a Service (StaaS) platforms. StaaS platforms have developed around blockchains that utilize a Proof of Stake (PoS) consensus mechanism to validate and verify transactions or smart contracts. PoS has garnered a huge amount of interest as a replacement for Proof of Work, the more established consensus mechanism utilized by Bitcoin, Ethereum (currently), Z-cash, and other blockchains.
It's certainly worth reading this article: https://medium.com/beyondhype/staking-as...3051886abc
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(2019-05-05, 08:51 AM)Hugues Wrote: As blockchain technology becomes more established and entrenched, we can expect to see an evolution in the nature of the businesses and services surrounding the ecosystem. Perhaps there is no better example than the rise of Staking as a Service (StaaS) platforms. StaaS platforms have developed around blockchains that utilize a Proof of Stake (PoS) consensus mechanism to validate and verify transactions or smart contracts. PoS has garnered a huge amount of interest as a replacement for Proof of Work, the more established consensus mechanism utilized by Bitcoin, Ethereum (currently), Z-cash, and other blockchains.
It's certainly worth reading this article: https://medium.com/beyondhype/staking-as...3051886abc

Yes staking is a kind of interest that also helps keeping the network alive.
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