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What is Everstake?

Everstake is the biggest decentralized staking provider, trusted by 625,000 users. For the past five years, the company has been using enterprise-level hardware to run over 8000 nodes for 50 blockchain networks, including Solana, Cosmos, Tezos, Polygon, and Cardano. Everstake employs 125+ experts worldwide and has been heavily involved in the development of complex blockchain products, such as Metaplex.

What is your teams expertise / track record?


Sergey Vasylchuk

Co-Founder & CEO

Sergii Ropchan

Co-Founder & CTO

Bohdan Opryshko


Kyryl Shyian


Team Track Record

Sergey Vasylchuk is the Co-founder & CEO of Everstake. He is a software engineer with 15 years of experience involved in the blockchain industry since 2014.

Sergey closely cooperates with Ukraine’s National Bank, Ministry of Digital Transformation, and Ministry of Culture and Information Policy as the co-initiator of Aid For Ukraine, Save Ukrainian Culture, and the extensive project for the tokenization of the country’s national currency.

He is the Co-founder of the blockchain development company Attic Lab and Director of the Metaplex Foundation, the organization behind the NFT standard for Solana called Metaplex. Sergey also serves as the Board Member of the Wormhole Foundation, the institution behind the token bridge called Portal and the Wormhole interoperability protocol.

What is your Infrastructure Security Setup?

Our infrastructure consists of more than 400 servers hosted by different hosting providers (Hetzner, Upcloud, Scaleway, Equinix, GCP, AWS, Linode).
To select the infrastructure for a specific blockchain, we are primarily guided by the requirements, the specifics of the network, and vast experience in launching and configuring various projects.

We only execute all the best practices to secure our infrastructure: drop-all/allow-specific firewall, ssh-key only authentication, OS-hardening, least privilege principle for all team members, configuration and change management tracking, disaster recovery procedures, and we do our internal security testing before launching any service to production.

How do you handle Governance Decisions?
The first step we take is to consider what exactly needs to be changed. Then, in most cases, we do on-chain voting so that our delegators have the right to vote. Next, we watch how other validators vote to know how our vote will affect the network. Finally, after having an internal discussion with the team and our delegators, we make a decision and vote.
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