Binance Labs' New Investment: What is Stakestone?

by BSC News

March 25, 2024


StakeStone aims to revolutionize staking by integrating various yield sources and offering transparent, decentralized solutions through its Liquid Staking Token (LST) protocol. There’s more to it.

Binance Labs has recently made headlines with its latest investment in StakeStone, an emerging player in the Omnichain liquidity distribution network. 

But what exactly is StakeStone? Let's delve into the details.

What is StakeStone

StakeStone positions itself as an "omnichain liquidity distribution network," capable of integrating multiple yield sources, according to Charles K, co-founder of StakeStone.

From Ethereum staking and restaking to real-world assets, artificial intelligence, and decentralized physical infrastructure network assets, StakeStone aims to provide a versatile solution for investors seeking diversified avenues for yield generation.

The Core of StakeStone

At its core, StakeStone operates as an omni-chain Liquid Staking Token (LST) protocol, with a primary objective of democratizing native staking yields and liquidity access across Layer 2 networks. Featuring a scalable architecture, StakeStone not only supports leading stake pools but also aligns with the upcoming restaking landscape. 

Additionally, it supports a multi-chain liquidity market based on STONE, its native Liquid Staking Token (LST), providing STONE holders with an array of use cases and yield opportunities.

Like Lido's wstETH, STONE ensures consistent yield generation, enhancing its appeal as a stable and accessible LST.

Decentralized Liquid Staking: The OPAP Mechanism

StakeStone introduces decentralized liquid staking through its innovative Optimizing Portfolio and Allocation Proposal (OPAP) mechanism

Departing from conventional approaches reliant on MPC wallets, StakeStone ensures full transparency for underlying assets and yields. OPAP empowers the automatic optimization of STONE's underlying assets, reportedly enabling holders to maximize staking yields.

StakeStone's Infrastructure: Building Blocks for Success

StakeStone's infrastructure revolves around key components such as the StakeStone Vault, Minter function, and Strategy Pool. 

The StakeStone Vault oversees deposit, withdrawal, and settlement processes, ensuring efficient fund management. Meanwhile, the Minter function enables independent adjustments to underlying assets, enhancing token stability. The Strategy Pool, governed by OPAP, adopts a whitelist mechanism to optimize asset yield routes while mitigating associated risks.

The Future of StakeStone

The StakeStone platform aims to become the premier solution for liquid staking. With plans to expand its offerings to include Bitcoin restaking capabilities and the introduction of STONE-Fi, a liquidity distribution market, StakeStone plans to unlock new avenues for yield generation and asset utilization across multiple chains.


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