Staking, Guide, Dymension, Celestia Launches Dymension Staking

<p> is excited to announce our upcoming support for Dymension, a blockchain designed for the Internet of RollApps. As we gear up to support Dymension as a genesis validator, we're committed to furthering our mission of fostering innovation within the blockchain community and providing seamless access to decentralized technologies. Let’s dive into what Dymension does and how you can start staking with<br></p><h2 id="introducing-dymension">Introducing Dymension</h2><p>Dymension stands at the forefront of blockchain innovation, introducing a modular approach to rollups and setting a new standard for decentralized applications (dApps). Here's what makes Dymension a game-changer in the blockchain space:<br></p><blockquote><strong>Unified Infrastructure: </strong>By serving as a hub for rollups, Dymension leverages the Inter-Blockchain Communication Protocol (IBC) to ensure secure and efficient interoperability.<br><br><strong>Flexibility and Scalability:</strong> RollApps, as modular blockchains on Dymension, offers  flexibility for building. Developers can choose their virtual machines, business models, and powering tokens, facilitating tailored blockchain solutions.<br><br><strong>Economic Sustainability:</strong> With the ability to publish transaction data to specialized chains like Celestia &amp; Avail, RollApps ensure both economic viability and scalability. Dymension's infrastructure supports the deposit, play, withdraw model, optimizing the crypto user experience.<br></blockquote><h2 id="p2porgs-role-as-a-genesis-validator">'s Role as a Genesis Validator</h2><p>As one of the first validators for Dymension, is positioned to play a pivotal role in securing and optimizing the network. Our expertise in non-custodial staking and digital asset management, combined with a commitment to over $3.5 billion in assets (as of February 2024), underscores our dedication to the blockchain ecosystem's growth and security.<br></p><h2 id="how-to-stake-dymension-dym-with-p2porg">How to Stake Dymension (DYM) with</h2><p>Staking DYM tokens with is straightforward and secure. Here's a quick guide to get you started:<br></p><ol><li><strong>Select as Your Validator:</strong> Navigate to the Dymension Portal, search for P2P in the validators list, and click "Stake" next to our listing.</li><li><strong>Delegate Your DYM Tokens:</strong> Choose the amount you wish to stake with and confirm the transaction in your wallet.</li><li><strong>Manage Your Delegation: </strong>Enjoy your staking rewards and utilize the management options to restake, unstake, or claim rewards directly from the Dymension Portal.</li></ol><p>Please note the 21-day unbonding period for DYM tokens, ensuring you maintain control over your assets while securing the network.</p><p>You can review our comprehensive staking guide here for more information or contact our official support team on Telegram!</p><div class="kg-card kg-button-card kg-align-center"><a href="" class="kg-btn kg-btn-accent">Contact us on Telegram!</a></div><h2 id="join-us-in-welcoming-a-new-dimension">Join Us in Welcoming a New Dimension</h2><p>As Dymension prepares to launch, invites our community to explore the possibilities of this innovative blockchain. Whether you're a developer looking to deploy a RollApp or an investor aiming to leverage your DYM airdrop, our partnership with Dymension offers new opportunities for early-bird adopters.<br></p><p>Stay tuned for more information, including detailed staking guides and updates on our role as a genesis validator. Let's step into a new dimension of blockchain technology, where flexibility, scalability, and user experience converge to create a decentralized future for all.<br><br></p>

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Celestia Maximizing Celestia's Analytical Capabilities

<p>Data analytics is an important part of any blockchain's lifecycle. It provides valuable insights into the network's behaviour, allows for informed decision-making, and helps improves performance.</p><p>It is not only important but necessary to implement a data-driven approach from an early stage, such as during the test-net phase. This approach can help identify and resolve issues, predict the emergence of new ones, facilitate the resolution of multiple challenges on the path to the mainnet, and ensure that the final product is robust and reliable.</p><p>Performing data analytics on Celestia can be challenging due to its modular architecture, which requires a unique approach to data storage and indexing. However, leveraging our expertise in working with indexers and cutting-edge technology, we propose developing a comprehensive set of open-source tools for data indexing and storage. This will enable efficient and reliable data management solutions within the Celestia blockchain.</p><h3 id="what-to-analyze-in-celestia">What to analyze in Celestia?</h3><p>To understand how the Celestia network grows and operates, we propose analyzing a set of metrics that depict different product aspects. As the network's future is expected to consist of a variety of rollups, it should be possible to drill down to the level of a particular rollup in addition to a high-level system overview. Metrics will form certain benchmarks and trends, enabling health checks and predictions.</p><p><strong>Measures of demand for Celestia's Data Availability Layer.</strong></p><p>The metrics below will help evaluate the scale and rate of adoption, and identify the main consumers and their costs. This is a major part of Celestia's tokenomics.</p><ul><li>Number of data requests (ever/per period/per sender/rollup)</li><li>Number of unique request senders/rollups (ever/per period) - this is the number of entities that use DA</li><li>Amount of data requested (ever/per period/average per sender/rollup)</li><li>Fees paid for data (per request/per sender/rollup)</li></ul><p><strong>Measures of Data Availability Layer operation quality.</strong></p><p>While it is valuable to see how Celestia is used, it is also important to track the robustness of the network. Therefore, the following metrics can be used to provide an idea of whether operational requirements are met, security (light nodes for sampling) is ensured, and requests are fulfilled in a timely manner.</p><ul><li>Percentage of fulfilled requests (ever, per period, and per rollup).</li><li>Percentage of data made available (ever, per period, and per rollup).</li><li>Average actual number of light nodes in DAS per rollup per request (ever, per period) and average minimum required light nodes in DAS per rollup per request (ever, per period).</li><li>Average time it takes to fulfill requests after transaction is sent.</li></ul><h3 id="how-to-analyze">How to analyze?</h3><p><a href=""></a> has already developed a solution that can easily extract raw data from any Cosmos chain - the <a href=""></a> Any-Cosmos-Chain Indexer. While Celestia may have specific data structure requirements, we are confident that we will not need to start development from scratch.</p><p>The Indexer source is open source and can be deployed and launched by anyone to access raw data. <a href=""></a> suggests running an indexer on their own infrastructure, which includes an Indexer instance, a database for storing data, and several nodes for running data extraction. This provides an end-to-end solution for community data analysis.</p><p>Data can be stored in any database, but <a href=""></a> offers to store it in a public DWH project. This is the best way to integrate a data-driven culture into your project, by having a public dataset with all the necessary data. An example of a CosmosHub public dataset, consisting of raw data from our indexer on CosmosHub, is available.</p><p>Currently, we use Google BigQuery to share this data with the community, but we plan to provide totally-free access to the data in the future. For now, you need a Google account with a free trial to query the data for free.</p><p>With the raw data, you can do anything, including data mining and providing analysis. Our main purpose is to extract knowledge from the data source. We take raw data and transform it into structured domain data which consists of metric definitions and metric history storage.</p><p>However, the main goal of any data analysis and research is transparency, clarity, and data visibility. The best way to achieve this is to build a public dashboard. <a href=""></a> supports Looker (Google BI system) and Superset as BI for public dashboards, but also works with custom front-end solutions. This is just the tip of the iceberg in <a href=""></a> data analysis process. Anyone who wants to understand and control the situation needs public dashboards to share insights and attract attention from the community.</p><p>We welcome any feedback and look forward to receiving the green light to begin.</p>

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