We're making infrastructure a competitive advantage for Cardano, because, infrastructure matters, a lot.
What if there was a way to make infrastructure a competitive advantage for Cardano?
What if there was a way to make the cost of that infrastructure a non-issue for some Cardano stake pools, not just the most funded ones.
Well, there is.
It's called pledging, and it's why Adaizen exists, to make infrastructure a competitive advantage for Cardano.
As with so many things, the problem is cost. Cardano allows pool operators to declare the cost of operating their stake pool in a registration certificate. This cost parameter impacts a pool's desirability, cheaper-cost, higher desirability, higher-cost, lower desirability.
What should a stake pool operator do when faced with this harsh reality?
The answer, lower their pool cost, of course, to become a more desirable pool to delegators.
That solution, unfortunately, is not the best one for building a robust decentralized Cardano.
How can cost become a non-issue for some stake pool operators, who, through their stake pool service, will be adding value to the Cardano ecosystem?
Pledging, to our pledge stake pool(s), is how.
Adaizen operates a pledge stake pool, with the express goal of getting the pool to saturation, maximizing utility, and building a competitive decentralized infrastructure for fellow stake pool operators.
Our pledge stake pool has a fixed cost, no margin, allowing for predictable return-on-pledge while absorbing the infrastructure cost more naturally.
This competitive decentralized infrastructure is then made available to other Cardano stake pool operators, at little to no cost to them.
Now you can say, win-win, too!
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