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Did you know that Flow’s first US dollar-backed stablecoin, Flow USD(FUSD), is available now? The launch of FUSD will strengthen cross-platform collaborations within the Flow ecosystem by allowing transactions of stable assets to flow freely across the whole network and will open up the ecosystem for whole groups of new participants!

So we figured, what better time than now to give you a step-by-step guide on staking your FLOW?

But before we jump right in, let’s take a quick look at Flow.

Introducing Flow

Flow is a blockchain built for the next generation of apps, games, and…

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Recently, tokens for participants in Mina’s community sale were unlocked and several exchanges such as Kraken, OKEx, and Coinlist, started offering access to MINA. Upon listing, Mina reached an all-time high of 20K on-chain accounts. And Mina also welcomed about 17K new MINA holders on the chain, showing more than a 500% increase.

Now that Mina has opened this new chapter, we figured what better time than now to give you a step-by-step guide on staking your MINA?

But before we get right into that, let us walk you through what Mina Protocol is.

Introducing Mina Protocol

Mina is aiming for…

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Recently, Celo has been receiving attention for launching its Donut Hardfork and paying attention to the crypto user experience and how to incorporate crypto into people’s daily lives with the Celo Dollar (cUSD) stablecoin. So we figured what better time than now to give you a step-by-step guide on staking your CELO?

But before we get right into that, let’s take a quick look at the Celo Protocol.

Introducing Celo Protocol

Celo’s aim is to empower anyone with a smartphone anywhere in the world to have access to financial services, send money to phone numbers, and pay merchants — on a…

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The rise of Polygon(previously Matic) has been one of the most important changes to the Ethereum ecosystem let alone the crypto industry as a whole.

With its scaling solutions being adopted by over 400 apps, 76 million transactions and nearly 790,000 unique users, Polygon has swiftly risen in popularity. Also, it is involved with some of the hottest areas in cryptocurrencies, such as DeFi, DApp, DAO’s and NFT’s.

So, we figured that now is the best time to guide you through the process of staking and delegating your MATIC token!

Before we jump right in, let’s take…


Persistence One AMA

Persistence is an interoperable protocol built to facilitate the creation of next-gen financial products. The Persistence tech stack provides the infrastructure to effectively bridge the realms of DeFi and traditional finance in a variety of areas, whilst also enabling the creation of innovative crypto-facing solutions to expand the DeFi and NFT sectors.

[A co-authored article]

A dialogue with Persistence : Collaboration, growth and building the future

We are happy to announce that DSRV and Persistence have co-authored an article about how we create synergy together as trusted partners for the future growth!

If you ever wanted to gain a deeper understanding of why DSRV and Persistence chose to have each other’s back and what core competencies we are geared up with are….. well, you’ve come to the right place to start.

Let’s dive into it.

Overview about DSRV

Hello world! Introducing a new blog from Team DSRV 🤓 We hope to use this space to bring you timely and useful information to help you learn, embrace and support the vision of blockchain ecosystem from the perspective and experience of DSRV.

We’ve got a lot of information to share so keep an eye on this space by following, liking and sharing.

DSRV is a leading blockchain infrastructure provider based in Seoul, South Korea, dedicated to bringing distributed technology to millions of people worldwide through proof-of-stake.

Our mission is to empower the crypto ecosystem by offering reliable and secure infrastructure…


DSRV is a South Korea based validator and data infrastructure provider for blockchain networks.

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