Liquid Collective is the secure and compliance-focused liquid staking standard: a non-custodial protocol built to meet the needs of businesses offering staking to their customers, designed for performance and risk management.
By integrating with Liquid Collective you can focus on high-impact priorities. Maximize the use of your existing resources while staying ahead of the curve by providing your clients with the best in staking technology—and benefit from the growth of the PoS market.
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Offer liquid staking to provide your customers with a better staking experience, while improving your bottom line.
End-to-end API integration with minimal in-house development and maintenance costs.
Fully on-chain with staking managed through the protocol, including auto-restaking rewards.
End-to-end KYC/AML checks for users and operators to meet enterprise-grade compliance needs.
Enterprise-grade infrastructure from Coinbase Cloud, Figment, and Staked includes double-signing protection, and multi-region global distribution.
Risk mitigation through a distributed operator set, with market leading slashing coverage built-in and multiple audits on all code.
Liquid Collective's service fee is split amongst Validators, Integrators, Tech Providers, the protocol's Slashing Coverage Treasury, and the Liquid Collective DAO, which comprises a broad and dispersed community of protocol participants. All service fees are distributed in LsTokens, which are the native receipt tokens of the protocol (e.g. LsETH).
Stake is distributed across Node Operators in a round-robin manner so that the Liquid Collective protocol is supported by a broad and dispersed active validator set. When funding validator keys, the River smart contract considers all validator keys available to be funded, and automatically funds a validator key that belongs to the Node Operator that is currently operating the least number of funded validators.
A user's custodian will initially custody ETH on behalf of the user. When the user's custodian deposits the user's ETH into the Liquid Collective protocol, the custodian will receive a corresponding amount of LsETH tokens that evidence ownership of the ETH staked via the Liquid Collective protocol. The Ethereum deposit contract will hold the user's ETH until redemption.