Investors are always in complete control of their funds, and are empowered to make key governance decisions.
We use custom software to optimize staking rewards based on the unique dynamics of each chain or protocol we support.
Lillion’s technical infrastructure was designed from the ground up for active network participation to deliver rewards reliably and minimize slashing risks.
Stakers sign a transaction with their private key that bonds, or delegates their tokens to a validator node.
Validators perform network operations such as participating in consensus or signing in distributed signing groups.
Inflation-funded block rewards and network-based transaction fees are earned in return for good validator performance.
Staked funds are placed at risk and can be penalized, or slashed if a validator node is unavailable or acts maliciously.
We use Kubernetes to distribute across 5 clouds with automated failover, and have never been slashed or had extended downtime since starting.
We have spent considerable resources implementing and testing proprietary software that prevents double signing in a highly fault tolerant setting.
Our technical infrastructure has been audited by security and devops teams at the leading protocols, exchanges and custodians.