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Giorno: 16 maggio 2024 | Ora: 23:18 La startup Solayer ha aperto i depositi per il restaking su Solana, con un limite massimo di 20 milioni di dollari. Gli utenti possono restakare SOL nativamente o depositare prodotti di restaking liquidi come mSOL, bSOL, JITOSOL e INF. Solayer sta cercando di creare un ecosistema di restaking su Solana e ha raggiunto il limite massimo di depositi entro 45 minuti dall'apertura dei prelievi. La società sta cercando di raccogliere 8 milioni di dollari con una valutazione di 80 milioni di dollari, guidata da Polychain. Restaking è il processo di utilizzare i token staked per garantire la sicurezza di altre applicazioni, creando opportunità di rendimento aggiuntive. Solayer sta cercando di estendere questa pratica alla rete Solana.

Solayer, the startup, has opened its deposits for restaking on Solana, with a maximum limit of $20 million. Users can restake SOL natively or deposit liquid restaking products such as mSOL, bSOL, JITOSOL, and INF. Solayer is aiming to create a restaking ecosystem on Solana and reached the maximum deposit limit within 45 minutes of withdrawals opening. The company is looking to raise $8 million with a valuation of $80 million, led by Polychain. Restaking is the process of using staked tokens to secure other applications, creating additional yield opportunities. Solayer is looking to extend this practice to the Solana network.


Solayer, a startup building a product akin to EigenLayer on Solana, opened restaking deposits Thursday afternoon.

The invite-only deposit period was capped at $20 million dollars. Users could natively restake SOL on Solayer, or deposit the liquid staking products mSOL, bSOL, JITOSOL, and INF. With the private access launch, Solayer becomes a horse in the race to build a restaking ecosystem on the Solana blockchain.

Few Solana restaking protocols have gone live, with the exception of Picasso, which runs its own version of Solana restaking.

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Perhaps in a testament to the hype surrounding these protocols launching, Solayer hit its $20 million cap within 45 minutes of opening withdrawals, a member of the Solayer core team confirmed to Blockworks. And it’s not just degens placing bets on the new restaking protocol. Solayer is looking to raise $8 million at an $80 million valuation led by Polychain, CoinDesk reported.

Still, little is known about the company. Solayer said the protocol has “been in the works since [the] end of 2023” in a blog post. It called the first deposit period “epoch 0,” and restaked assets will be locked in the protocol until “epoch 3.” A roadmap Solayer posted Wednesday said that a liquid restaking token called sSOL would launch in epoch 6.

A Solayer team member did not say how long each epoch would last but confirmed sSOL being an LRT.

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Restaking refers to using the staked tokens securing proof-of-stake blockchains to secure another layer of applications — or essentially staking staked tokens a second time. This extends the security of the blockchain’s base layer and puts idle staked assets to use, creating additional yield opportunities. By distributing security responsibilities across multiple layers, restaking enhances network resilience and maximizes the utility of staked tokens.

Solana is secured by a combination of proof-of-stake and proof-of-history, meaning restaking could be applied to the network.

The concept was pioneered on Ethereum by EigenLayer, which has raised over $150 million in venture funding and secured over $14 billion in total value locked (TVL), according to DeFiLlama.

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And now, the concept has made its way to Solana.

“In the coming year, we are excited about and hope to lead the movement of ‘scaling out’ of the Solana base chain,” Solayer wrote in a blog post.

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