Polkachu is founded by a group of technology professionals who focus on providing the highest quality infrastructure and services for public blockchain networks. We believe that a decentralized world is what the future holds, and we want to be a part of it by being a blockchain validator.
Today, we run validators in many PoS blockchains. Our main focus is on Tendermint-based blockchains. We are active on 8ball, Agoric, Akash, Archway, Asset Mantle, Axelar, Band, Bitcanna, Bitsong, Canto, Chihuahua, Comdex, Composable, CosmosHub, Crescent, Crypto.org, Empower, Evmos, Fetch, Gitopia, Gravity, Injective, Jackal, Juno, Kava, Kichain, Konstellation, Kujira, Lum, Mars, Meme, Migaloo, Nois, Nolus, Nym, Omniflix, Osmosis, Passage, Persistence, Planq, Quasar, Quicksilver, Sei, Sentinel dVPN, SGE Network, Shentu, Sifchain, Sommelier, Stargaze, Stride, Teritori, Terra, Umee, UnUniFi, XPLA. The total staked value from our delegators are $55M.
We also validate on Substrate-based chains (Kusama, Polkadex, Polkadot) and other major Layer-1s (Aptos, Avalanche, NEAR, Solana).
Overall, delegators have trusted us with close to $100M in crypto assets. You can find more information about us on our website (https://polkachu.com).
Polkachu is not only a trusted validators on proof-of-stake blockchains, but also a major infrastructure provider for these projects, especially in the Cosmos Ecosystem. We have 7 main infrastructure products:
addrbook.jsonfiles for 54 chains. Details: http://polkachu.com/addrbooks
To support the blockchain communities, we also run IBC relayers to support hundreds of IBC channels for the Cosmos ecosystem at our own cost. Currently, we operate 33 relayer hubs and 286 IBC channels. Details: http://polkachu.com/relayers
We actively participate in the on-chain governance and engage with the community on Discord. We publish all our on-chain votes for transparency. Details: http://polkachu.com/gov_proposals
We open-source our deployment scripts and provide community tools for validators and delegators alike.
Our open-source scripts include: