Hi, my name is JP and I want to thank you for visiting kingofstake21.com. I am the owner and operator for the KAKE1 stake pool and I am located in the USA. I am proud to support the Cardano Community in any way possible and provide a reliable stake pool that aims for 24/7 uptime.
KAKE1 has been online since Epoch 28 and is hosted on a VPS running Ubuntu 18 with 8GB of memory and 4 CPUs out of the Netherlands. KAKE1 is currently running jormungandr 0.8.9-46df05c7 as it is the most stable version I have found that works best for our pool and we are consistently staying on tip and in sync which can be verified by pool tool as we report that feature. We obtained our first block in Epoch 59 and have since picked up some momentum and have been regularly producing blocks. If you are looking for a reliable pool to stake with I would like to invite you to give KAKE1 a shot and join in on the KAKE1 Telegram channel for updates on slot assignments. In any case, I want to wish you good luck with staking and thank you for participating in the Cardano Incentivized Testnet! 🙂
What is Cardano?
Cardano is home to the Ada cryptocurrency, which can be used to send and receive digital funds. This digital cash represents the future of money, making possible fast, direct transfers that are guaranteed to be secure through the use of cryptography.
Cardano is more than just a cryptocurrency, however, it is a technological platform that will be capable of running financial applications currently used every day by individuals, organisations and governments all around the world. The platform is being constructed in layers, which gives the system the flexibility to be more easily maintained and allow for upgrades by way of soft forks. After the settlement layer that will run Ada is complete, a separate computing layer will be built to handle smart contracts, the digital legal agreements that will underpin future commerce and business. Cardano will also run decentralised applications, or dapps, services not controlled by any single party but instead operate on a blockchain.
You can read more about Cardano Here