Bison Trails is the easiest way to run secure nodes on multiple blockchains. Our mission is to provide superior infrastructure to strengthen the entire blockchain ecosystem and enable the pioneers of tomorrow.
Bison Trails is a New York City based "Infrastructure as a Service" company. We service some of the world's top custodians, exchanges, and funds that want an easy way to participate in blockchain networks securely.
Running nodes on Proof of Stake networks is very difficult, especially if you're concerned about the risk of slashing. You need strong technical skills and robust infrastructure to participate in these networks well.
We built an easy to use platform for anyone to participate in blockchains (e.g. by running Cosmos Validators, Tezos Bakers, and Libra Validators, etc.)—without having to invest time and resources into developing any of the necessary engineering, protocol, dev ops, or security competencies to do so reliably, in-house.
As experienced engineers and technologists deeply committed to secure infrastructure and building distributed systems, Bison Trails is a trusted partner of the teams building new blockchain networks and financial payment systems with global impact.
Learn more about protocols we support on the Bison Trails platform.
Our diverse team of engineers and protocol experts is experienced and deeply committed to secure infrastructure and building distributed systems. As long-term believers in blockchain technologies, we know that transparent and decentralized infrastructure will have long-lasting benefits for investors and for the entire blockchain ecosystem.
eth2 Update 007Dec 3 2020
eth2 Update 006Nov 25 2020
Substrate Ecosystem Update 003Nov 25 2020
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eth2 Insights: Network PerformanceNov 23 2020
eth2 Update 005Nov 18 2020
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tBTC and DeFi: How to Get InvolvedNov 12 2020
Coinbase Custody Expands Bison Trails Integration to Add Staking Support for CeloNov 12 2020
eth2 Update 004Nov 11 2020
QT Archival: When a Full Node is Not EnoughNov 11 2020
Bison Trails Newsletter 009 • October 2020Nov 10 2020
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