Multiple Staking Modes

Liquid Staking: a type of staking that allows users to deposit ETH into QuantoSwap and receive in return the native liquid staking token (LST) — qnsETH. ETH is delegated to a multitude of validators participating in the consensus protocol. The LST can be exchanged back for ETH and can also be traded as a regular token on our exchange.

In the future, this mechanism will enable profit generation from validator fees. The LST allows users who do not possess 32 ETH to become validators to participate in staking.

QuantoSwap is also developing multiple revenue pathways through liquid restaking. Let's take a closer look at these varieties:

Native restaking: Validators have the option to restake their ETH directly by linking their withdrawal credentials to QuantoSwap's contracts. This mirrors the process of yield staking from Layer 1 to QuantoSwap.

LST restaking: Validators can restake their LSTs, representing ETH already staked through protocols like Lido and Rocket Pool, by transferring them to QuantoSwap's smart contracts. This aligns with the yield staking process from DeFi to QuantoSwap.

ETH LP restaking: Validators stake the LP token of a pair containing ETH. This mirrors the yield-staking process from DeFi to QuantoSwap.

LST LP restaking: Validators stake the LP token of a pair containing a liquid staking ETH token, such as Curve’s stETH-ETH LP token, thus following the yield staking route from Layer 1 to DeFi to QuantoSwap.

❗️ Remember to DYOR and about the risks associated with staking and restaking assets. AVS developers reserve the right to accept or reject stakes for their AVS.

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