Secure and performant by design. Transparent and distributed by nature. Liquid Collective provides the best of enterprise-grade security, distribution, liquidity, compliance, composability, and slashing coverage.
By building collaboratively with a broad and dispersed community of participants, Liquid Collective encourages innovation—tapping into diverse expertise and perspectives, driving the development of new use cases and efficient financial primitives, and powering the integration of proven solutions—so you can stake without compromise.
With Ethereum's entrance and exit queue lengths growing, why not have the option of liquidity when you stake?
Mandatory KYC/AML for users and operators facilitates compliance.
Enterprise-grade infrastructure from Coinbase Cloud, Figment, and Staked includes double-signing protection and multi-region global distribution.
Robust slashing coverage, including Nexus Mutual cover, is provided to every participant.
Multiple audits from leading security experts. See rewards and Node Operator performance with on-chain transparency.
With LsETH, you don't have to restake. Network rewards are automatically restaked while holding LsETH.
Other liquid staking solutions have focused on the needs of crypto-native stakers but have not met the requirements of many institutional and enterprise participants. The number of liquid staking protocols solving for staker liquidity has resulted in numerous, relatively illiquid receipt tokens that can only be utilized in certain corners of web3.
Liquid Collective seeks to solve these challenges by developing a protocol that is suitable for institutional stakers and that offers deep liquidity via a unified, standardized solution. Liquid Collective's objective is for this level of liquidity to result in the protocol's receipt tokens (e.g., LsETH) being the most adopted (and thus the most useful) receipt token in web3.
Yes. When Ethereum network rewards (including both consensus layer rewards and execution layer fees) are received by the Liquid Collective protocol, they are pulled into the River smart contract and automatically added to the protocol’s deposit queue. This is designed to promote operational efficiency, and is fully onchain and managed by the protocol.
While the status of liquid staking activities under the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended, remains uncertain, certain market views have developed around the U.S. tax consequences of liquid staking, including the following:
Notwithstanding the views outlined above, all liquid staking participants are strongly encouraged to consult with qualified accountants to understand tax implications of staking and liquid staking.