STAKR.space | DVS validator independent validator profile

Hello,

as a part of Distributed Validator Synctems I am happy to present my validator profile:

STAKR.space participate in 31+ different Networks

4 main-nets:
Solana
Mina
FreeTON - Magister Ludi winner
Hopr

25 test-nets:

Akash - Awesome Akash winner
Agoric
Sentinel
Iris
Regen
Frontier
Desmos
Crust
Bitcountry
Galital
Joystream
Polymesh/Polymath
Acala
Moonbeam
HydraDX
Clover
Syntropy
Nym
Aleo
Ironfish
Althea
Meson
Spacemesh
Concordium
Rizon
Stratos
Vega
…

Activities:

FreeTON - Devops and NFT Subgovs Initial Member and Jury
Moonbeam - Ambassador

Reach out:

Secure, reliable, fast

Hardware located in Tier3/4 data centers helps with it, 99.99% network uptime with low latency multi-reserved data channels gives the unlimited possibility to process the blocks at the necessary speed. Security audited to protect customer’s data assets, all backed up, defended from attacks.

BEST SERVERS

Carefully selected enterprise-grade servers to make the chains work fast and stable.

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Distributed Validators Synctems is the first Decentralized Autonomous Synchronization of validators.

Yes, you read it right way! Not “Systems” , and not “Organization” .

We are living in a paradigm shift.
The words “System” and “Organization” are words from the old industrial paradigm, where everything had a center and a creator. A new paradigm requires new words, and therefore it is up to us to create them!

The word “Synctem” comes from the word “Synchronization” .
This is a system that didn’t appear by anyone’s will, but which self-created as a result of synchronization.

The word “Organization” is also not acceptable for our self-identity, since “organization” means the organizer ( center ).
Therefore, we use the word “Synchronization” not only as a verb, but also as a noun - a union that arose in the process of synchronization .

At the moment, DVS Validators are represented in almost 50 networks, in the main-nets and in the test-nets.

Experience

Our validators have a great experience in validating of the different chains, and especially in Tendermint & Cosmos-SDK based chains.
We are validating (in main-nets and test-nets):
Akash Network
Certik
Cyber
Rizon Platform
Idena
Microtick
Sentinel
Stargaze
Likecoin
Cryptocom
Juno Network
Regen Network
Althea Network
KIRA Network
IRIS Network
Starname
Persistence
Fetch.ai
Ki Chain
Osmosis
OmniFlix Network
BitCanna
Straightedge
Agoric
Desmos

The full list of main-nets and test-nets of each DVS Validator you can find by the links:

web34ever validate 18 different main-nets and 28 test-nets

cyberG validate 10 main-nets and 18 test-nets

POSTHUMAN validate 6 main-nets and 5 test-nets

Imperator validate 5 main-nets and 2 test-nets

OpenTech Staking validate 2 main-nets and 1 test-net

STAKR.space validate 4 main-nets and 25 test-nets

Colinka validate 3 main-nets and 9 test-nets

papsan validate 2 main-nets and 3 test-nets

moonsoon validate 2 main-nets and 10 test-nets

Security

Our validators use only certified and trusted data-centers, and also, part of our validators use local private data-centers.

Tools, that we usually use to prevent any threats:

  • Firewall
  • Sentry nodes for the main-nets chains
  • Hardware devices for private keys

Reliability

We are responsible for our actions!
DVS has its own foundation, which is created by DVS-validators.
In case of our mistake, which will lead to the loss of delegates’ funds, we undertake to fully compensate for the losses from our foundation.

Tools, that we usually use to get the best stats:

  • Grafana monitoring
  • Prometheus monitoring
  • Telegraf alert system
  • Backups of necessary data

Performance

For different Networks we use different physical hardware, which is recommended in the documentation for running the validator.
All our validators spend different amounts on infrastructure, depending on the number of validated networks, as well as the number of main-nets and test-nets. Average infrastructure maintenance costs range from $200 to $1000 per month

Communication

For communication we use:

Governance

Our vision of relations is a digital friendship!
We cannot find a better word to describe the relationships that we try to create and cultivate.
Like all friends, we are very different, we are distributed all over the World, each of us has a different vision and values, but we agree on one thing: being together is much more fun, interesting and effective!
Between Win-Win and Competition , we choose the first!

As decentralists, we try to come to a consensus on any issue.
If we are unable to reach a consensus, each of the validators votes for the proposal based on personal considerations.
On most issues, we have the same opinion. We will try to prevent any threat of Network Centralization.

We are not able to tell about the exact plans of our participation in management, since all our decisions are based on the initial study of the situation, as well as on the analysis of the results of the decisions made.
So far we haven’t seen a better tools of governance than creating proposals and voting on those proposals. But we can guarantee that all our decisions will be in the interests of the Network and the Community, as we are the part of it.

Our contribution to accelerating the decentralization

Education:

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