ConsenSys Partner Trustology is making ETH 2.0 staking easier for institutions

Ethereum 2.0 staking

A project from the ConsenSys “Codefi” cohort said Friday it will be one of the first projects to offer seamless Ethereum staking services across a range of applications; when the upgrade is rolled out later this year.

Bringing ETH staking to institutions

London-based Trustology announced today they be one of the first to offer built-in ETH 2.0 staking support, across mobile, web, or API integration, for its client base of institutional investors and individuals when the upgrade comes later this year.

The firm is part of Ethereum venture lab ConsenSys’ Codefi initiate — which boasts firms like Binance and Trustology building staking-as-a-service pilots ahead of the platform’s shift to a staking consensus algorithm.

Trustology said its product allows investors with staking and validator tools built for easy access and better accessibility. The firm also promises greater security as all private keys to are securely locked-up in the enterprise-grade TrustVault.

Multiple layers of security are touted. These include biometrics, multi-sig, walled gardens, and top-tier encryption. These are important aspects for institutions to consider and invest in Ethereum nodes (whenever they roll out). Read More

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