KYVE Network
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Our mission

What is KYVE?

Building the decentralized datalake.

$KYVE is an initiative to store any data stream, with built-in validation. By leveraging the Arweave blockchain, we can permanently and immutably store this data.

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Integrations

They already use KYVE

We are committed to building a product that our users need, love, and use. KYVE is a network through which discrete elements of information enter; they are standardized, combined, stored permanently, and validated.

  • Solana

    Solana

  • Mina

    Mina

  • Avalanche

    Avalanche

  • Cosmos

    Cosmos

  • ⓐ_logo Arweave

    Arweave

  • Moonbeam

    Moonbeam

  • Octopus

    Octopus

  • Artboard 1 Celo

    Celo

  • Covalent

    Covalent

  • Aurora

    Aurora

  • Near

    Near

The KYVE network

Decentralised uploaders/validators

The network is powered by decentralised uploaders and validators. These nodes reside in pools, each pool focusing on archiving a specific data stream.

DAO Governance

Community organized decisions

Nodes are incentivised by a unique staking system, which involves them locking their $KYVE tokens while being active in the pool. Validators will vote on whether the designated archiver is properly doing its job.

Discover our pools

Pools are funded by $KYVE tokens, and anyone can fund these storage initiatives by depositing tokens.

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Overview

Total Funds

The total amount of funds a pool has access to.

Total Stake

The total amount of stake which is staked in the pool.

Funders

Maximum funders

The maximum amount of funders a pool can have. Basically, this number determines the available funding slots.

Available funding slots

The number of funding slots which are still available. In order to claim a slot someone has to fund more than the current minimum funding amount.

Minimum funding amount

The minimum amount someone has to fund in order to claim a funding slot.

Nodes

Maximum validators

The maximum amount of validators a pool can have. Basically, this number determines the available validator slots.

Available validator slots

The number of validator slots which are still available. In order to claim a slot a node has to have a higher stake than the minimum staking amount.

Minimum staking amount

The minimum amount a node has to stake in order to claim a validator slot.

Proposals

Votes

Bytes

Total Payout

Partners

Our users are our backers

We are committed to building a product that our users need, love, and use. KYVE is a network through which discrete elements of information enter; they are standardized, combined, stored permanently, and validated.

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