The first Ethereum white-labeled staking solution

100% managed on-chain

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Why Kiln On-Chain?

Integrating Ethereum staking is challenging, with the requirement for generating validator keys, issuing a complex deposit, and requiring multiples of 32 ETH at the protocol level.

Our innovative suite of smart contracts eliminates these barriers, and our approach is transparent and non-custodial, allowing for seamless flow from deposit to rewards management, and on-chain commission dispatching.

With Kiln On-Chain, integrators can now prioritize user retention and earning a revenue share from offering seamless Ethereum staking.


Stake with a simple transfer transaction

Avoid the whole complex staking process with Kiln On-Chain. Users stake with one simple transaction thanks to our audited smart contracts.


Enabling liquidity prior to withdrawal

Thanks to Kiln On-Chain’s exit queue system, some liquidity can be offered to users wishing to withdraw prior to withdrawals going live at the protocol level.


Automate commission programmatically

Capitalize on ETH staking by earning recurring commissions on user rewards. Avoid the overhead and risk of retrospective invoicing with commissions automatically dispatched on-chain.


Enable users to stake any amount of ETH

Eliminate entry barriers and unlock your full user base potential by allowing staking of any amount of ETH via native staking, staking pools or both.


Create custom liquidity tokens

Customize your staking offer: with or without liquidity through custom liquid staking tokens or validator NFTs, enhancing flexibility for your users.

Our Kiln On-Chain suite of smart contracts

Whether your target audience is institutional or retail clients, Kiln has got you covered with dedicated validators or pooling options. Plus collecting a commission from non-custodial ETH staking can be challenging, but Kiln On-Chain solves this issue by enforcing rewards collection at the smart contract level so you don't have to worry about anything.

Kiln On-Chain offers extensive customization options that go beyond mere integrations, you can, for instance, bring your own node operators (Kiln or others).There is no point in changing your habits if you are happy with your current setup.

Smart-contracts audited by Halborn,
Ledger Donjon and Spearbit

Easily build your own tailored ETH staking offering with our tooling for operators and integrators

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Easily build your own tailored ETH staking offering with our tooling for operators and integrators

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Already built with Kiln On-Chain:

The Ledger live example

Over 2,000 Ledger Live users trust Kiln On-Chain to stake assets via dedicated validators.
Trust surged post-Shanghai upgrade, with 50,000+ ETH staked in under two weeks.
We're proud to democratize staking access, further bolstered by our staking pool product launching this summer.

Main results after 12 months

# of Total ETH staked


# of unique stakers


Time to integrate staking

<2 weeks

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Seamless on-chain staking on Ethereum

Icing on the cake, thanks to our partnership with

your funds are covered against slashing risks. Simple and safe.

Kiln has been instrumental in our ability to offer simple and secure staking on ETH to our institutional and retail customers. With over 7,500 validators deployed, we've been able to offer ETH staking since November 2022. We're excited to continue democratizing and reaching even more of our users by integrating pooling this summer."

— Pascal Gauthier, CEO OF LEDGER

Kiln on-chain FAQ

What is the main difference between on and off-chain?

"OnChain" operations are executed directly within a blockchain network, ensuring transparency and verifiability, whilst eliminating the dependence on centralized entities. In contrast, "off-chain" operations refer to processes conducted outside the blockchain network and involve the participation of third parties that lack the same level of open transparency.

What protocols are supported through Kiln On-Chain?

Ethereum is the first protocol to be supported.

How many Kiln products are on chain?

Kiln On-Chain offers a suite of smart contracts designed to allow integrators to accommodate a wide range of use cases within native and pooled staking. Currently, there are four distinct options available:

For institutions:

  1. Dedicated Validators: Native ETH protocol staking in batches of 32 ETH, providing a dedicated and secure staking solution.
  2. Validator NFT: Same as ‘Dedicated Validators’, but with the ability to generate an NFT that represents ownership and withdrawal credentials of the validator.

For exchanges and wallets:

  1. Kiln Pooling: Enables integrators to offer services that allow staking any amount of ETH in exchange for an individualized part of the staking pool.
  2. Kiln Liquid Staking Pool: Same as ‘Kiln Pooling’, but with the ability to generate a transferrable token that represents the withdrawal credentials and the ownership of the individualized part.

What are the main advantages of Kiln On-Chain?

Kiln On-Chain empowers integrators to establish Ethereum staking solutions, for holdings of 32 ETH or less, while also providing optional transferability capabilities.

Integrators gain the advantage of earning recurring revenue through automated rewards dispatch. Furthermore, the user experience is seamless with a deposit transaction that allows users to easily engage in staking.

How quick can I set up Kiln On-Chain?

Kiln On-Chain is a turnkey product; it is ready to use with or without any front-end integration. It can be set up fast with a single engineer, the help of Kiln team, and its tooling. You can also integrate your own user interface if required.

Who are the main users of Kiln On-Chain?

Kiln On-Chain is mainly used by non-custodial services to enable trustless staking. With Kiln On-Chain integrators and non-custodial services can offer staking to their users whilst automatically collecting commission.

Is Kiln On-Chain audited?

Kiln's smart contracts have undergone audits conducted by Halborn, Spearbit, and the Ledger Donjon team. Additionally, Kiln has successfully completed SOC 2 Type I and SOC 2 Type II audits, and the reports for these audits are available for reference here.

How do I get started with Kiln On-Chain? 

You just have to complete our form and go through Kiln onboarding to gain access to our suite of staking solutions.