No, Obligr embraces Ethereum and creates bridges between both ecosystems.
The OIPL is the Obligr Hub’s primary token and secures the Hub’s valuable interchain services.
When users stake OIPL, they effectively lock them up for an indefinite period of time.
Before you delegate, learn more about the validator's operation, history, and security practices.
Staking rewards come from two different sources: OIPL inflation and Transaction fees
In the process of staking, rewards are generated proportional to the amount of OIPL staked. Of these rewards, a certain percentage goes to the validator to which the OIPL are delegated. This percentage is called the commission.
Governance is the ability for OIPL stakers to vote on proposals that affect the evolution of the network.
Crypto wallets provide people with access to their tokens and the ability to make transactions with them.
Staking OIPL earns significant rewards, but is not risk-free.
Staking is the process of locking up a digital asset (OIPL in the case of the Obligr Hub) to provide economic security for a public blockchain.
IBC is an acronym for Inter-Blockchain Communication protocol, a protocol for passing secure messages between heterogeneous blockchains.
Validators are special actors in the network responsible for adding new blocks of transactions to the blockchain.