Cosmos, Staking, Kava, Terra, Regen Lost in Cosmos explorers...

<p>Existing Cosmos explorers show limited information. In some cases, reward withdrawal happens not only by initiating <code>withdraw</code> transaction and there are unobvious events, which cause that action. We have added these hidden events to <a href="https://p2p.org/?utm_source=blog&amp;utm_medium=economy&amp;utm_campaign=cosmos_dashboard_release#dashboard-block">P2P Dashboard</a>, <strong><strong>implemented full reward history across all Cosmos Hub versions and opened it for community</strong></strong>. Below, I will walk through the topic in detail with examples.</p><h3 id="transparency-limit"><strong>Transparency limit</strong></h3><p>Every transaction that is recorded in non-private blockchain can easily be retrieved for analytical or other purposes providing clarity for end users. With such transparency everyone can get a trusted record of any event since the start of the network. But is it really an easy task for someone without deep knowledge in code and various API endpoints to get all the data they need?</p><p>You may argue that there are multiple explorers built for this purpose but each of them focuses on various goals and doesn’t give a complete picture of all events happening in a particular network. For an ordinary user like me, explorers act as a window in this magic world of blockchains and <strong><strong>our understanding is limited by the events various tools decide to display</strong></strong>.</p><p>Blockchains are still new and complex to understand. The increasing number of projects with a different logic and various triggers is aggravating. Transparency matters especially for financial transfers and events that can be used for accounting purposes. For example, in Proof-Of-Stake blockchains it can be a withdrawal of accumulated rewards.</p><p>A diversity of high-quality explorers is significant for building user commitment to the network and facilitating trust although more tools do not always result in better visibility. Some explorers focus more on usability, which is also very important but it still is not conductive to increasing transparency for users of the network.</p><h3 id="unobvious-events-in-tendermint-blockchains"><strong>Unobvious events in Tendermint blockchains</strong></h3><p>Let's take a look at the reward withdrawal process in Cosmos Hub. Surplus accumulates in a validator pool and can be withdrawn to the corresponding staking address manually. Basically, a delegator withdraws rewards at any point of time to receive them on address. Explorers show this operation with names like GetReward or Withdraw Reward. In fact that's not the only action that triggers reward withdrawal.</p><h4 id="example-27-03-2020-"><strong><strong><strong>Example</strong></strong> (27.03.2020)</strong></h4><p>Let's take a random account and check the information about its balance on<a href="https://www.mintscan.io/account/cosmos1d5lu67hu3lhqtw6zyv7uy4gkfpdtfnzxw0wga8"> Mintscan</a> block explorer.</p><figure class="kg-card kg-image-card"><img src="https://economy.p2p.org/content/images/2020/09/1-5.png" class="kg-image" alt srcset="https://economy.p2p.org/content/images/size/w600/2020/09/1-5.png 600w, https://economy.p2p.org/content/images/size/w1000/2020/09/1-5.png 1000w, https://economy.p2p.org/content/images/size/w1600/2020/09/1-5.png 1600w, https://economy.p2p.org/content/images/2020/09/1-5.png 1784w" sizes="(min-width: 720px) 720px"></figure><figure class="kg-card kg-image-card"><img src="https://economy.p2p.org/content/images/2020/09/2-8.png" class="kg-image" alt srcset="https://economy.p2p.org/content/images/size/w600/2020/09/2-8.png 600w, https://economy.p2p.org/content/images/size/w1000/2020/09/2-8.png 1000w, https://economy.p2p.org/content/images/size/w1600/2020/09/2-8.png 1600w, https://economy.p2p.org/content/images/2020/09/2-8.png 1799w" sizes="(min-width: 720px) 720px"></figure><p>If we calculate total balances using this transaction data we should get:</p><ul><li>Received: <em><em>484,7076 ATOM</em></em></li><li>Delegated: <em><em>474 ATOM</em></em></li><li><em><em>Tx Fees: 0,015 ATOM</em></em></li><li>Available: <strong><strong><em><em>10,692625 ATOM</em></em></strong></strong></li></ul><p>And here are values from<a href="https://www.mintscan.io/account/cosmos1d5lu67hu3lhqtw6zyv7uy4gkfpdtfnzxw0wga8"> Mintscan</a>:</p><figure class="kg-card kg-image-card"><img src="https://economy.p2p.org/content/images/2020/09/3-7.png" class="kg-image" alt srcset="https://economy.p2p.org/content/images/size/w600/2020/09/3-7.png 600w, https://economy.p2p.org/content/images/size/w1000/2020/09/3-7.png 1000w, https://economy.p2p.org/content/images/size/w1600/2020/09/3-7.png 1600w, https://economy.p2p.org/content/images/2020/09/3-7.png 1890w" sizes="(min-width: 720px) 720px"></figure><p>It is also true for the same address on <a href="https://cosmos.bigdipper.live/account/cosmos1d5lu67hu3lhqtw6zyv7uy4gkfpdtfnzxw0wga8">Forbole</a>:</p><figure class="kg-card kg-image-card"><img src="https://economy.p2p.org/content/images/2020/09/4-4.png" class="kg-image" alt srcset="https://economy.p2p.org/content/images/size/w600/2020/09/4-4.png 600w, https://economy.p2p.org/content/images/size/w1000/2020/09/4-4.png 1000w, https://economy.p2p.org/content/images/size/w1600/2020/09/4-4.png 1600w, https://economy.p2p.org/content/images/2020/09/4-4.png 1889w" sizes="(min-width: 720px) 720px"></figure><p>We see an additional 0,971002 ATOM on the available balance, but where did they come from if there was no withdraw transaction made by this account? Of course you may say it's even less than 1 ATOM who cares? But systems based on a code should not allow any mistake. So, is the displayed balance correct or wrong? Let's look into it.</p><p>In fact, the balance is correct. <strong><strong>There are hidden events that trigger reward withdrawal but are not displayed on most explorers</strong></strong>. These tools serve another purpose and these events do not correspond much to the observation of what is happening in general. Nevertheless, these triggers are still crucial for generating full withdrawal history and bringing clarity for delegators.</p><p>There are five core types of actions delegators usually perform:</p><ul><li>Delegate to a validator</li><li>Redelegate to another validator</li><li>Undelegate from a validator</li><li>Withdraw accumulated rewards</li><li>Send available tokens to another address</li></ul><p>The first four of them initiate reward withdrawal, which is usually not displayed for the first three actions by most explorers.</p><p>On <a href="https://p2p.org/dashboard/cosmos1d5lu67hu3lhqtw6zyv7uy4gkfpdtfnzxw0wga8">P2P Dashboard</a> you can check reward withdrawals related to the same address.</p><figure class="kg-card kg-image-card"><img src="https://economy.p2p.org/content/images/2020/09/5-4.png" class="kg-image" alt srcset="https://economy.p2p.org/content/images/size/w600/2020/09/5-4.png 600w, https://economy.p2p.org/content/images/size/w1000/2020/09/5-4.png 1000w, https://economy.p2p.org/content/images/size/w1600/2020/09/5-4.png 1600w, https://economy.p2p.org/content/images/2020/09/5-4.png 1895w" sizes="(min-width: 720px) 720px"></figure><p>In some cases, to apply updates of the network, validators stop producing blocks and upgrade node software. This process requires a transition to a new chain with a new genesis file that stores the actual state at the moment of chain halt. When the new chain becomes active what happens with accumulated rewards?</p><p>These rewards also become available, the transition to the new chain triggers withdrawal but the event is also hidden and not obvious to delegators.</p><h3 id="p2p-dashboard"><strong>P2P Dashboard</strong></h3><p>Every public network needs a variety of analytical tools to allow people without advanced technical skills to get information about what is going on from different angles. In Proof-Of-Stake blockchains a clear reward history and accessibility of historical data are especially important. <strong><strong>What if you need to prove received reward referring to a particular event that simply does not displayed by any explorer?</strong></strong></p><p>Thinking of that, we decided to conduct technical research to make all rewards and withdrawals together with corresponding messages accessible and transparent across all versions of Cosmos Hub.</p><blockquote><em><em>We have added ability to check all withdrawal events across all versions of Cosmos Hub on <a href="https://p2p.org/?utm_source=blog&amp;utm_medium=economy&amp;utm_campaign=cosmos_dashboard_release#dashboard-block">P2P Dashboard</a> and made it open for community. In addition, any ATOM delegator can check all withdrawals, get full reward history and download a report in CSV for multiple addresses.</em></em></blockquote><p>To start, go to <a href="https://p2p.org/?utm_source=blog&amp;utm_medium=economy&amp;utm_campaign=cosmos_dashboard_release">p2p.org</a> and click <code>Get started</code> button in the top right corner. Connect to the dashboard manually by entering the address or using your Ledger device.</p><hr><p><em><em>Want to stake with us? Alexey will be happy to help. Contact</em></em> <em><em>[email protected]</em></em> <em><em>to get personal assistance.</em></em></p><hr><p><strong><strong>P2P Validator</strong></strong> provides secure non-custodial staking. Subscribe to our channels and stay tuned for updates and new blog posts.</p><p><strong><strong>Stake ATOM with us:</strong></strong><a href="https://p2p.org/cosmos"> https://p2p.org/cosmos</a></p><p><strong><strong>Web:</strong></strong><a href="https://p2p.org/?utm_source=blog&amp;utm_medium=economy&amp;utm_campaign=cosmos_dashboard_release"> https://p2p.org</a></p><p><strong><strong>Twitter:</strong></strong><a href="https://twitter.com/p2pvalidator"> @p2pvalidator</a></p><p><strong><strong>Telegram:</strong></strong><a href="https://t.me/p2pvalidator"> https://t.me/p2pvalidator</a></p>

Alex Bond

from p2p validator

Kava Stake Kava with your Ledger

<blockquote><em><em>Now you can safely stake KAVA with P2P Validator using your Ledger wallet. There is no need to interact with kvcli. Just connect your Ledger and follow three simple steps. We offer you a non-custodial secure solution. Your tokens remain in your wallet, we have no access to your funds.</em></em></blockquote><p>To get started, go to <a href="https://p2p.org/kava?utm_source=Kava_Ledger&amp;utm_medium=creds_link&amp;utm_campaign=blog">p2p.org/kava</a> and click "Delegate with Ledger" button</p><h2 id="step-1-connect-your-ledger-device-and-navigate-to-cosmos-app"><strong>Step 1. Connect your Ledger Device and Navigate to Cosmos App</strong></h2><figure class="kg-card kg-image-card"><img src="https://economy.p2p.org/content/images/2020/09/1-7.png" class="kg-image" alt srcset="https://economy.p2p.org/content/images/size/w600/2020/09/1-7.png 600w, https://economy.p2p.org/content/images/size/w1000/2020/09/1-7.png 1000w, https://economy.p2p.org/content/images/size/w1600/2020/09/1-7.png 1600w, https://economy.p2p.org/content/images/2020/09/1-7.png 1989w" sizes="(min-width: 720px) 720px"></figure><h2 id="step-2-choose-amount"><strong>Step 2. Choose amount</strong></h2><figure class="kg-card kg-image-card"><img src="https://economy.p2p.org/content/images/2020/09/2-9.png" class="kg-image" alt srcset="https://economy.p2p.org/content/images/size/w600/2020/09/2-9.png 600w, https://economy.p2p.org/content/images/size/w1000/2020/09/2-9.png 1000w, https://economy.p2p.org/content/images/2020/09/2-9.png 1349w" sizes="(min-width: 720px) 720px"></figure><p>After a successful connection, you will see your address and available balance for delegation in the opened window. Enter the amount you wish to stake and press "Continue"</p><blockquote><em><em>If you have multiple addresses in your Ledger you can switch accounts by changing the "path" and reconnect.</em></em></blockquote><h2 id="step-3-confirm-transaction"><strong>Step 3. Confirm Transaction</strong></h2><figure class="kg-card kg-image-card"><img src="https://economy.p2p.org/content/images/2020/09/3-8.png" class="kg-image" alt srcset="https://economy.p2p.org/content/images/size/w600/2020/09/3-8.png 600w, https://economy.p2p.org/content/images/size/w1000/2020/09/3-8.png 1000w, https://economy.p2p.org/content/images/2020/09/3-8.png 1349w" sizes="(min-width: 720px) 720px"></figure><p>After the successful delegation, you can check all related information and monitor your rewards using P2P Dashboard.</p><figure class="kg-card kg-image-card"><img src="https://economy.p2p.org/content/images/2020/09/4-5.png" class="kg-image" alt srcset="https://economy.p2p.org/content/images/size/w600/2020/09/4-5.png 600w, https://economy.p2p.org/content/images/size/w1000/2020/09/4-5.png 1000w, https://economy.p2p.org/content/images/size/w1600/2020/09/4-5.png 1600w, https://economy.p2p.org/content/images/size/w2400/2020/09/4-5.png 2400w" sizes="(min-width: 720px) 720px"></figure><hr><p><em><em>If you have any questions feel free to contact us. We are always open for communication.</em></em></p><hr><p><strong><strong>P2P Validator</strong></strong> offers high-quality staking facilities and provides up to date information for educational purposes. Stay tuned for updates and new blog posts.</p><p><strong><strong>Web:</strong></strong><a href="https://p2p.org/"> https://p2p.org</a></p><p><strong><strong>Stake KAVA with us:</strong></strong> <a href="https://p2p.org/kava">https://p2p.org/kava</a></p><p><strong><strong>Twitter:</strong></strong><a href="https://twitter.com/p2pvalidator"> @p2pvalidator</a></p><p><strong><strong>Telegram:</strong></strong><a href="https://t.me/kava_p2p">https://t.me/P</a>2Pstaking</p>

Paul P

from p2p validator

Kava How to stake KAVA tokens using kvcli

<p><em><em>Staking will be available after a successful launch of Kava blockchain on mainnet. To use this guide you should have an existing account with KAVA tokens and connection to the node.</em></em></p><p>Requirements:</p><ul><li>Go 1.13+</li><li>Make</li><li>Ubuntu 18.04</li></ul><p><strong><strong>1) First you have to download Make and Go</strong></strong></p><p><em><em>-Download Make and other packets:</em></em></p><p><code>sudo apt install build-essential</code></p><p><em><em>-Download Go:</em></em></p><p><code>wget https://dl.google.com/go/go1.13.1.linux-amd64.tar.gz</code></p><p><code>sudo tar -C /usr/local -xzf go1.13.1.linux-amd64.tar.gz</code></p><p><code>mkdir -p ~/go/{bin,src,pkg}</code></p><p>For correct work of Go you will need to define environment variables</p><p>Execute following commands by rotation:</p><p><code>export PATH=$PATH:/usr/local/go/bin</code></p><p><code>export GOPATH=$HOME/go</code></p><p><code>export GOBIN=$GOPATH/bin</code></p><p><code>export PATH=$PATH:$GOBIN</code></p><p>For convenience add these strings to the current user profile. In Ubuntu it is: <code>~/.profile</code>. Execute <code>nano ~/.profile</code> and put strings from the previous step in the end of the file:</p><p><code>export PATH=$PATH:/usr/local/go/bin</code></p><p><code>export GOPATH=$HOME/go</code></p><p><code>export GOBIN=$GOPATH/bin</code></p><p><code>export PATH=$PATH:$GOBIN</code></p><figure class="kg-card kg-image-card"><img src="https://economy.p2p.org/content/images/2020/09/1-8.png" class="kg-image" alt srcset="https://economy.p2p.org/content/images/size/w600/2020/09/1-8.png 600w, https://economy.p2p.org/content/images/size/w1000/2020/09/1-8.png 1000w, https://economy.p2p.org/content/images/2020/09/1-8.png 1254w" sizes="(min-width: 720px) 720px"></figure><p>After that execute: <code>source ~/.profile</code></p><p><strong><strong>2) Build Kava:</strong></strong></p><p>Go to the folder <code>cd ~/go/src/</code></p><p>Execute:</p><p><code>git clone https://github.com/kava-labs/kava</code></p><p><code>cd kava</code></p><p><code>git checkout tags/v0.3.1</code></p><p><code>make install</code></p><p>If everything went as it should in the folder <code>~/go/bin</code> appeared <code>- kvd</code> and <code>- kvcli</code> packets</p><p><strong><strong>3) Delegate KAVA tokens</strong></strong></p><p><em><em>In the following instruction all commands were sent from a network node in testnet and <code>chain id</code> and <code>validator address</code> values on screenshots differ from the mainnet values. The actual values provided below.</em></em></p><p>To make actions further you should have:</p><ul><li>Kava account</li><li>Active node (if you don't have you can use our node)</li></ul><p>Make sure that account exists and has a positive balance:</p><p><code>kvcli keys list</code></p><figure class="kg-card kg-image-card"><img src="https://economy.p2p.org/content/images/2020/09/2-10.png" class="kg-image" alt srcset="https://economy.p2p.org/content/images/size/w600/2020/09/2-10.png 600w, https://economy.p2p.org/content/images/size/w1000/2020/09/2-10.png 1000w, https://economy.p2p.org/content/images/2020/09/2-10.png 1259w" sizes="(min-width: 720px) 720px"></figure><p><code>kvcli keys show &lt;your_key_name&gt;</code></p><figure class="kg-card kg-image-card"><img src="https://economy.p2p.org/content/images/2020/09/3-9.png" class="kg-image" alt srcset="https://economy.p2p.org/content/images/size/w600/2020/09/3-9.png 600w, https://economy.p2p.org/content/images/size/w1000/2020/09/3-9.png 1000w, https://economy.p2p.org/content/images/2020/09/3-9.png 1268w" sizes="(min-width: 720px) 720px"></figure><p><code>kvcli query account &lt;your_address&gt; --chain-id kava-2</code></p><figure class="kg-card kg-image-card"><img src="https://economy.p2p.org/content/images/2020/09/4-6.png" class="kg-image" alt srcset="https://economy.p2p.org/content/images/size/w600/2020/09/4-6.png 600w, https://economy.p2p.org/content/images/size/w1000/2020/09/4-6.png 1000w, https://economy.p2p.org/content/images/2020/09/4-6.png 1255w" sizes="(min-width: 720px) 720px"></figure><p><em><em>For assistance with command parameters you can execute <code>kvcli tx staking delegate --help</code></em></em></p><figure class="kg-card kg-image-card"><img src="https://economy.p2p.org/content/images/2020/09/5-5.png" class="kg-image" alt srcset="https://economy.p2p.org/content/images/size/w600/2020/09/5-5.png 600w, https://economy.p2p.org/content/images/size/w1000/2020/09/5-5.png 1000w, https://economy.p2p.org/content/images/2020/09/5-5.png 1257w" sizes="(min-width: 720px) 720px"></figure><p><em><em>Important note</em></em>, delegation amount nominated in uKAVA. For instance, if you want to stake 100 KAVA you should enter 100000000 in the amount field. Read this chapter in full before choosing the command for your case.</p><p><em><em>P2P Validator address:</em></em> <strong><strong>kavavaloper12g40q2parn5z9ewh5xpltmayv6y0q3zs6ddmdg</strong></strong></p><p>Chain ID: <strong><strong>kava-2</strong></strong></p><p>If you have connection to the node, for delegation execute:</p><p><code>kvcli tx staking delegate kavavaloper12g40q2parn5z9ewh5xpltmayv6y0q3zs6ddmdg &lt;amount of KAVA you want to stake&gt;ukava --from &lt;address&gt; --chain-id kava-2</code></p><p>If you don't have connection to the node you can use ours. Execute:</p><p><code>kvcli tx staking delegate kavavaloper12g40q2parn5z9ewh5xpltmayv6y0q3zs6ddmdg &lt;amount of KAVA you want to stake&gt;ukava --from &lt;address&gt; --chain-id kava-2 --node tcp://95.216.184.50:26657</code></p><p>If you used ledger to generate keys add <code>--ledger</code> in the end of command. Execute:</p><p><code>kvcli tx staking delegate kavavaloper12g40q2parn5z9ewh5xpltmayv6y0q3zs6ddmdg &lt;amount of KAVA you want to stake&gt;ukava --from &lt;address&gt; --chain-id kava-2 --node tcp://95.216.184.50:26657 --ledger</code></p><p>Below is an example of the output you should get after successful delegation.</p><figure class="kg-card kg-image-card"><img src="https://economy.p2p.org/content/images/2020/09/6-2.png" class="kg-image" alt srcset="https://economy.p2p.org/content/images/size/w600/2020/09/6-2.png 600w, https://economy.p2p.org/content/images/size/w1000/2020/09/6-2.png 1000w, https://economy.p2p.org/content/images/2020/09/6-2.png 1294w" sizes="(min-width: 720px) 720px"></figure><p>If you have any questions or different operational system contact us at p2p.org or schedule a personal call with our development team to guide you through the whole process.</p><hr><p><em><em>If you have any questions feel free to contact us. We are always open for communication.</em></em></p><hr><p><strong><strong>P2P Validator</strong></strong> offers high-quality staking facilities and provides up to date information for educational purposes. Stay tuned for updates and new blog posts.</p><p><strong><strong>Web:</strong></strong><a href="https://p2p.org/"> https://p2p.org</a></p><p><strong><strong>Stake KAVA with us:</strong></strong> <a href="https://p2p.org/kava">https://p2p.org/kava</a></p><p><strong><strong>Twitter:</strong></strong><a href="https://twitter.com/p2pvalidator"> @p2pvalidator</a></p><p><strong><strong>Telegram:</strong></strong><a href="https://t.me/kava_p2p">https://t.me/kava_p2p</a></p>

Alex Bond

from p2p validator

Economy, Cosmos, Kava Kava - The first decentralized lending platform in Cosmos

<p>We live in a world of finance. Monetary incentives and market movements influence our daily decisions and define human lives in general. Under capitalism, the financial industry has become global expressing economic relations between people and institutions. Nowadays, existing wealth distribution mechanisms are inefficient and the economic environment is unstable. <em><em>A lack of trust become inevitable and we are moving into the new era of decentralized finance (DeFi).</em></em> Borderless, accessible and transparent interactions between participants without counterparties to transform old and inefficient financial instruments is the new paradigm of the trustless economy.</p><figure class="kg-card kg-image-card"><img src="https://economy.p2p.org/content/images/2020/09/T8DKKpE-1.png" class="kg-image" alt srcset="https://economy.p2p.org/content/images/size/w600/2020/09/T8DKKpE-1.png 600w, https://economy.p2p.org/content/images/size/w1000/2020/09/T8DKKpE-1.png 1000w, https://economy.p2p.org/content/images/size/w1600/2020/09/T8DKKpE-1.png 1600w, https://economy.p2p.org/content/images/size/w2400/2020/09/T8DKKpE-1.png 2400w" sizes="(min-width: 720px) 720px"></figure><p>Kava is the first decentralized bank in the <a href="https://economy.p2p.org/introduction-to-cosmos-economy">Cosmos ecosystem</a> bridging broad digital assets to DeFi. With interoperability in mind and solid team cross-chain expertise Kava blockchain will bring new markets to the Cosmos ecosystem providing users with the liquidity and the necessary fundamentals for DeFi applications and services.</p><h1 id="4-de-s-of-kava"><strong>4 "De-s" of Kava</strong></h1><p><strong><strong>1) De-centralized lending solution.</strong></strong> Any person can take a loan in a stablecoin collateralized with crypto assets. There is no third party involved and each person is self-responsible for managing debt and lends to himself. This allows people to release a portion of stacked liquidity from passively held digital assets and spend it on whatever they want.</p><p><strong><strong>2) De-centralized margin trading.</strong></strong> When users put crypto collateral to take a loan they can use it for doubling-down their long position in a particular asset. In this case, if the collateral value of the asset increases the user may get a higher profit.</p><p><strong><strong>3) De-centralized stablecoin.</strong></strong> Kava platform provides a mechanism to issue a stable digital currency through collateralized debt position (CDP). Stable digital currency maintains <code>1:1 peg</code> to <code>USD</code> playing role of a hedge against a bear market or a true mean of exchange without explicit volatility. It allows decentralized stablecoin to take part in broader financial applications like decentralized exchanges and financial marketplaces, creating a wide space for DeFi development.</p><p><strong><strong>4) De-centralized governance and ownership.</strong></strong> The most exciting part is that everyone can participate in the project's evolution and own a share of the network. All participants who stake native token <code>KAVA</code> will be rewarded for effective governance depending on transaction fees, total supply emission and repaid loan fees.</p><p>Cosmos ecosystem is designed with existing assets like <code>BTC</code> or <code>XRP</code> in mind. If we assume that just <code>1%</code> of <code>BTC</code> will take part in DeFi it will result in more than <code>1,5 billion USD</code> value injection also adding to a scarcity of <code>BTC</code> positively influencing the cryptocurrency market in general.</p><hr><p><em><em>In the next chapters we will dive deeper into details of Kava platform and cover staking benefits, CDP, existing risks associated with staking and other important topics.</em></em></p><hr><p><strong><strong>P2P Validator</strong></strong> offers high-quality staking facilities and provides up to date information for educational purposes. Stay tuned for updates and new blog posts.</p><p><strong><strong>Web:</strong></strong><a href="https://p2p.org/"> https://p2p.org</a></p><p><strong><strong>Twitter:</strong></strong><a href="https://twitter.com/p2pvalidator"> @p2pvalidator</a></p><p><strong><strong>Telegram:</strong></strong><a href="https://t.me/p2pvalidator"> https://t.me/p2pvalidator</a></p>

Alex Bond

from p2p validator