On Tuesday, liquid staking association Alluvial One announced that a consortium of companies is collaborating on “the first enterprise-grade multi-chain liquid staking protocol.” Alluvial announced its protocol as the “Liquid Collective” and Kraken joined as a founding member.
The liquidation set aims to strengthen the multi-chain liquidation standard.
In a blog post by liquid staking company Alluvial, the startup introduced its new enterprise-grade multi-chain liquid staking protocol, “Liquid Collective.” The Liquid Collection also has Liquid Foundation, which includes participants such as Kraken, Coinbase Cloud, Staked, Kiln, Figment, and Alluvial. “[The] The Liquid Pool is managed in a decentralized manner by a broad and dispersed community of industry participants,” Alluvial’s Tuesday announcement read.
Liquidity is a prominent trend in the world of decentralized finance (defi). Lido Finance is the largest provider of liquidity today, and the staked ethereum token Lido offers is called lido staked ether (STETH). In late August, Coinbase announced the launch of its own liquid staking token called CBETH. Liquidity Collective’s enterprise level token is called LSETH and KYC/AML will be standard in the protocol.
“Liquidity Collective, a multi-chain liquidity standard, seeks to address the need for maximum security guarantees and KYC/AML checks for institutions, Web3 native enterprises and other regulated entities when opening new liquidity flows while meeting regulatory obligations and best practices. and increased capital efficiency in proof-of-stake blockchains,” Alluvial’s blog post details.
Liquid Collective’s brand and protocol will be impacted according to CMO of Alluvial, Mark Forsher. “Liquid Collective’s brand symbol is a group of liquid droplets repeating in a circle. A graphical representation of ‘one of many’, the resulting form is harmonious and balanced with a star at the centre, symbolizing the formation of a fluid collective and its intended influence. The sum is greater than the parts,” Forsher said Tuesday.
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