Bison Trails and Volt Capital bring “safe staking” to Celo Network

The blockchain infrastructure company, Bison trails, has been associated with Volt Capital enables Celo Network users to securely stack their tokens via their mobile devices.

Thanks to this collaboration, Bison Trails manages a Celo Validation Node for Volt Capital, which the Volt Capital community can use to lock their CELO cryptocurrencies, earn rewards and help the network grow. The Bison Trails node infrastructure enables delegates to more easily lock down cryptocurrencies.

Volt Capital is an early stage venture capital firm that has committed $ 10 million to invest in various cryptocurrency projects that are focused on the end-user experience. Through its subsidiary TD Labs, Volt Capital has been involved in the Celo network since the testnet phase and carries out a validator on the platforms. Celo officially went to mainnet on May 18th.

Bison Trails and Volt Capital bring “safe staking” to Celo Network
Bison Trails and Volt Capital bring “safe staking” to Celo Network

“We are excited to be working with Bison Trails to provide our community with the opportunity to stake out Celo. The robust infrastructure at Bison Trails meets our high standards of safety, reliability and availability, and the team brings the expertise and experience of an invaluable protocol. “ said Mohamed Fouda, partner at Volt Capital, adding:

“The Celo community has grown steadily and we have been actively working on projects that develop simple tools to enable better financial engagement with Celo and to realize the long-term vision of the project.”

Before the last market correction for cryptocurrencies The craze for Celo Network rose to its fork, Donut. The fork, which took place on May 19, promises greater gas efficiency, better interoperability, and the ability to connect to various Ethereum tools.

In terms of market performance, Celo is among the top 100 cryptocurrency projects with a total network value of around $ 724 million.

Bison Trails has provided vital infrastructure support for several large cryptocurrency companies, including Y. Cosmos. In February 2021 the company became launched Global Blockchain Synch, This makes it easier for customers to provision node operations. Polkadot, Kusama, Ethereum, Cosmos Y. EOS are some of the main protocols that use the service.

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