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We have finished the development of our new application:

Kusama Overview is the validators explorer for Kusama Network created with the support of the grant program by Web3 Foundation.

Check our Medium post for details and feel free to send us any feature requests or bugs here or on Github.
At Genesis Lab we are always exploring new technologies from the blockchain world, and one of our greatest finds is the Coda Protocol.

We are pleased to announce that our team has been chosen as the genesis validator for Coda Protocol mainnet under the Genesis Founding Member program.
Genesis Lab joins the Enecuum network as a validator.

Enecuum, a blockchain network for decentralized applications, involves mobile devices users into a blockchain, and provides a toolkit for the dApps developers to create fast and low cost applications.
Our Polkadot validator is up and running. You can support us by setting Genesis Lab as a target for your nomination.

Stash Address Genesis Lab
Genesis Lab is a cluster of secure validators in 7 blockchains such as Cosmos, Terra, IRIS, Minter, Kusama, Kava and Enecuum + testnets Coda Protocol, NEAR and Solana, as well as a developer of mainstream blockchain solutions.

We are glad to announce that we have started the Polkadot validator. You can support us with your nominations.
We are glad to announce our new service:

Polkadot Overview is the validators explorer for Polkadot Network created with the support of the grant program by Web3 Foundation. This service collects, processes and visualizes consolidated data on all network validators and candidates.

Feel free to send us any feature requests or bugs here or on Github.
Kusama network launched in July 2019 and now contains some innovative solutions that will be used in the Polkadot network later. Kusama is looking to further decentralise the network by scaling to one thousand validator nodes.

Genesis Lab joined Kusama's Thousand Validators Programme from the beginning and now we are placed on 5th place in leaderboard among 95 program participants.

Our Stash Address:
Voting is in progress to launch NEAR's MainNet Community Governed (Phase II). After that, transactions will be unlocked.

Genesis Lab takes part in the Stake Wars validator contest for the opportunity to get into the mainnet.
We made the nomination to Genesis Lab more profitable.

3% commission available now in our validator in the Polkadot network.
We started our journey in Free TON network as a participant of «Magister Ludi» contest.
This event gave us a lot of practice in validation and now we are happy to announce that we have started our validator in FREE TON mainnet.
You can delegate to our DePool using the official instructions from the development team.

Our DePool address:
We have launched the second validator in HydraDX.

Our first validator has received strong support. To be most likely to get into the set and receive rewards, we recommend that you nominate both of our validators at once:

Genesis Lab 2:

Genesis Lab:

Nomination Instructions:

Don’t forget to claim your tokens and nominate them, the start of snakenet is promised in the middle of April, but it’s better to nominate now. Also, they promise rewards for nomination and APY of about 50%.

Instructions on how to claim tokens:
Hi, we have sent first rewards for Genesis Lab nominators in HYDRADX.
But because of the session keys issue we have to ask you to renominate your stake in our validator to keep rewards coming.

Thanks to everyone who supports us. Our validator address is 7K27ssTas95v4A9LaRxc1cRtZUCH8Uh5TDKgrJaUQk5BVaBh.

To see if renomination is required, you can open Polkadot/apps and navigate to:
Network > Staking > Account actions

This message is for the HYDRADX network only!
Snaking🐍 at HydraDX is gaining momentum and Genesis Lab continues to produce blocks and pay out rewards.

Our validator addresses:
Genesis Lab.
Genesis Lab/2
Genesis Lab/3
Genesis Lab/4

You can add up to 16 validators to the list, including all Genesis Lab validators.😉 Don’t worry, the Phragmén method that distributes the nominations tries to give the entire amount to the single most profitable validator on the list at any given time.

🔒We have improved security and now all our validators have separate stash and control addresses.

The first validator still has nominations that require renomination. If you are wondering why this happened, please read this post:

To renominate you can go to the network => staking => account-actions and click the 3 dots behind your account. Choose “set nominees”. Unselect and select again the validators that require renominate.
Hi! Genesis Lab has joined Umee network as a genesis validator.

We actively participated in the test network of the project and got into the list of validators starting with the first block of the network.

You can delegate your Umee tokens via Keplr wallet.
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We have just published an overview of the Neutron project and Quark testnet which we are happy to participate in. Read our post in Stakeflow blog.
💥Subscribe to our new staking communities!
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The ATOM 2.0 announcement was definitely one of the most discussed topics last month.

Originally, the ATOM is a native token of the Cosmos Hub, an interchain ecosystem represented by developers as a place to create a “decentralized internet of blockchains”. The convenience of this platform is delivered by generic solutions: the Tendermint consensus algorithm, the versatile framework for building blockchain applications Cosmos SDK and the interchain communication protocol IBC.

At the end of September 2022, during the annual conference Cosmoverce, developers shared their vision of the future of the project and released a whitepaper document. Further development is so ambitious and global that deserved the ATOM 2.0 name.

Read more on Stekeflow blog...
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One of the aims of the Cosmos Hub is to provide better scalability, configurability, and sovereignty for deploying smart contracts than Ethereum does. In order to accomplish this goal, developers intend to increase convenience for newcome projects by allowing them to share security from Cosmos Hub. Theoretically, it may get lower a barrier to entry for new projects, because founders would more focus on development rather than on setting their own validator set. In these terms, the Cosmos Hub will be defined as a provider chain and a supported project as a consumer chain.

Now the Game-of-chains testnet is in the process where all these features will be thoroughly tested.

Read more on Stakeflow blog...