Kiln Dashboard now supports the importation of stakes from any node operator

Kiln Dashboard now supports the importation of stakes from any node operator

Institutional players most often split their stakes across multiple node operators, for risk management reasons. This makes it harder and more tedious to monitor, collect, and report staking data.

We have released a new feature to the Kiln Dashboard, enabling our customers to import any existing stakes from other node operators to their staking portfolio on the Kiln Dashboard. This allows for consistent, unified reporting across multiple node operators. 

The foundation for this feature is the Kiln Connect Reporting API, which provides a real-time aggregated view of staking data across the whole network. 

“Our customers use Kiln’s staking aggregation platform as their one-stop shop for staking operations. Through Kiln Dashboard and Kiln Connect you can build a resilient enterprise-grade staking infrastructure in just a few clicks, now with the ability to integrate any stake from any node operator. ” — Laszlo Szabo - Kiln CEO

Importing your stakes is now available for ETH, XTZ, ATOM, NEAR, and SOL protocols, and soon for ADA and MATIC.


  • Monitor and manage all of your stakes in one place:

Access your rewards and balances, and make knowledgeable decisions about your stakes on a single screen 

  • Import stakes from all major PoS chains: 

You can manage validators from several chains, including Ethereum, Solana, Tezos, Near, Cardano, and Cosmos Hub. For all of these chains, the process remains the same. 

  • Easy import: 

You just need to provide your wallet’s public key, or validator’s public keys, to import stakes onto the Kiln Dashboard.

  • Retrieve all data shown:

As Kiln Connect powers this functionality, you can programmatically retrieve all data shown. Consult the API specs in the Kiln documentation to learn more.

How to import your stakes in Kiln Dashboard

  1. Log in to Kiln Dashboard and head to your Overview tab. 
  1. Choose the account you want to add validators to.
  1. Click “Import stakes” and choose the protocol you want to import stakes for
  1. Paste your wallet address or individual validator’s addresses.

Note that all the data shown is available following this path: Documentation > API Specs> ETH

You can find a video tutorial of the process following this link

About Kiln

‍Kiln is the leading enterprise-grade staking platform, enabling institutional customers to stake assets, and to whitelabel staking functionality into their offering. Kiln runs validators on all major PoS blockchains, with over $2.2b worth of stake under management, and running over 3% of the Ethereum network, on a multi-cloud, multi-region infrastructure. Kiln also provides a validator-agnostic suite of products for fully automated deployment of validators, and reporting and commission management, enabling custodians, wallets and exchanges to streamline staking operations across providers. Kiln is also SOC2 Type 2 certified.

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