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What is restaking?

Restaking allows staked ETH (either validators or liquid staking tokens) to contribute to the economic security of other protocols while maintaining the same stakes.

This allows them to secure both the Ethereum network and applications on EigenLayer called Active Validated Services (AVSs) to support various functionalities like Layer-2 protocols or decentralized applications.

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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.

Kiln On-Chain offers a transparent, non-custodial approach, allowing for a seamless flow from deposit to rewards management and on-chain commission dispatching. Integrators can now prioritize user retention and revenue share effortlessly.

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Kiln Restaking FAQ

What is Restaking?

Restaking refers to the concept of using existing economic security, such as staked ETH, to secure additional applications, which are called AVSs. As an incentive to provide this additional work, validators are rewarded with additional (re)staking rewards.

What is Kiln Restaking?

Kiln Restaking offers versatile staking solutions tailored to meet diverse customer requirements. As the largest independent node operator on Ethereum, we introduced one-click native restaking via our Kiln Dashboard in January, extending accessibility to enterprise clients initially, and later to the broader Kiln dApp user base. Through the support of various Actively Validated Services (AVSs), Kiln ensures users benefit from a range of strategies to secure multiple services. Our rigorous evaluation process ensures only the most viable AVS projects are selected, guaranteeing optimal outcomes for our users.

What is EigenLayer?

AEigenLayer invented the concept of restaking on Ethereum. It is a protocol built on top of Ethereum designed to enhance the economic utility of staked ETH by allowing users to leverage their existing Ethereum stakes to secure additional protocols and applications without requiring additional collateral.

By doing so, EigenLayer aims to create a marketplace of decentralised trust that connects restakers, operators, and builders. This initiative offers additional advantages to ETH holders, aiming to make the blockchain landscape more interconnected and efficient, thereby enriching the overall Ethereum experience.

What is an Actively Validated Service (AVS) in the EigenLayer ecosystem?

An AVS is any system that uses its own distributed validation semantics for verification, such as sidechains, data availability layers, new virtual machines, keeper networks, oracle networks, bridges, threshold cryptography schemes, and trusted execution environments.

Why should I restake through Kiln products?

The main benefit of restaking is the increase in the economic utility of your staked position. Your ETH is used to secure other applications, chains and services that require a form of consensus. This helps strengthen the ecosystem while collecting EigenLayer points.

And why should you restake now before the EigenLayer AVSs mainnet launch planned later in April?

What are the risks associated with restaking?

When restaking, a validator is exposed to both Ethereum and AVS penalties. If it behaves against one network’s consensus rules, it will face slashing. While restaking generates additional rewards, it also implies additional risks that need to be taken into account. Starting with the launch of AVSs' mainnet, there will be no slashing for the next six months.

How do I get started with Kiln Restaking? 

If you’re an institution, reach out to your account manager or complete our form and go through Kiln onboarding to gain access to our suite of solutions including Kiln Dashboard, Kiln Connect or Kiln On-Chain. 

If you’re a solo staker, please go directly to Kiln dApp to restake or delegate to Kiln’s Operator.

If you need any support, please follow these instructions:

  1. Tap ‘Contact us’ at the bottom of the Kiln dApp
  2. Register an account on the Kiln support page
  3. File a support ticket with the following attribute:
    • Email
    • Title
    • Description
    • Category (Kiln dApp)

Where can I check on-chain data about restaking?

Head to Restaking Club, a new explorer built by Kiln dedicated to restaking to dive deep into the world of protocols, operators, and AVSs.