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Tenderize: Institutional Report

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Tenderize: Institutional Report

Tenderize: Abbreviated Introduction

When tokens are placed in staking protocols, they can only be withdrawn after a set waiting period, often lasting up to 14 days. During this time, no rewards are earned, the capital cannot be redeployed, and there is an opportunity cost due to the capital being locked in place. Especially in periods of volatile market conditions, opportunity costs can be high. Furthermore, the process of staking can also be intricate.

Tenderize aims to solve these problems and to offer users an easy way to earn a yield on their stake with no added complexities. Users’ deposits are aggregated and collectively staked towards node operators based on a list curated by an incentivized governance mechanism.

Tenderize is deployed on Arbitrum and Ethereum, and when users deposit their tokens, they receive a tenderToken derivative in return.

The project is registered in the United Kingdom, whose policymakers have adopted a neutral approach toward blockchain and distributed ledger technologies. Multiple investors are also backing the project, and the project’s team members have a strong technical and blockchain-focused background.

Tenderize has been launched on the mainnet, supporting Polygon, Livepeer, The Graph, and Audius. However, a detailed roadmap is yet to be published.

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