Stake Pool

Cardano is a top-10 blockchain by Market Cap. We support Cardano by operating a stake pool that adds blocks to the blockchain and is open to the public to delegate their ADA. The more you delegate to us the more blocks we produce - you can find our pool by searching for ticker DSIO in any of your favourite wallets

Stake pool stats to date:

  • 1Y APY to date ~ 5.1%
  • Over 250 blocks produced
  • Reliable with a luck score >100%
  • 235k ADA pledge

The energy to power the stake pool come from wind and solar energy and is monitored 24/7. More details on both of these by the button below.


Apps that we have developed and those in the pipeline

Cardano Calculator

The calculator shows how much reward can be expected for Pools with different parameter and different settings of the Cardano network and the variability of this return using Monte Carlo simulation

Public GraphQL API

An open API and a light client that lets anyone explore the Cardano Blockchain. Find information on transactions, stake pools, meta data and more.

Public Wallet API

An open API to the Cardano Wallet. Use it for small, or temporary wallets to interact with DApps

Work in progress ...
Sports Activity Tracking

Live tracking system for Running and Cycling where the location of athletes can be monitored in realtime and written to the Blockchain. Cyclists and Runners can be tracked in real time and a permanent record created of the placings in an Event.

Work in progress ...

Stake Pool

Ethereum is the 2nd largest Blockchain by market cap. We support clients who run Validators on the Proof-of-Stake ETH 2.0 network. It helps secure the network and earns rewards in the process.

Validating in Ethereum is not the same as mining. The outcomes are similar: the work you do will extend and secure the chain. But the process is completely different because they use different consensus mechanisms. Mining uses Proof-of-Work and Staking uses a much more energy efficient Proof-of-Stake consensus mechanism

At Dynamic Strategies we supply the expertise and the necessary hardware to run a Validator on client's premises.

We advise against running a Node in the Cloud despite the appeal that the Cloud solution might offer in terms of cost, reliability and convenience. This is due to harsh slashing penalties applied to validators if more than x amount of them go offline at the same time. This is more likely to happen for Validators hosted on the Cloud.