A look at the top ten EigenLayer node operators and their asset size

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Original author: Nancy, PANews

In the past few months, as the market size of EigenLayer, the leader in the re-staking track, has been expanding, more and more institutions are becoming its node operators. Dune data shows that as of May 20, EigenLayers ETH TVL has exceeded 5 million ETH, the number of tokens staked EIGEN has exceeded 54 million, and the total number of AVS (Active Verification Service) and node operators is 19 and 1,373 respectively.

This article lists the top 10 node operators and their asset size on the EigenLayer official website (statistics are all as of May 20). These high TVL operators generally register more AVS, with a total of nearly 854,000 ETH delegated, accounting for nearly 17.1% of EigenLayers ETH TVL; EIGEN delegated more than 34.3 million, accounting for 63.5% of the overall staking scale of the token. In terms of the number of stakers, the top ten operators have more than 82,000 participants, of which InfStones, AltLayer and EigenYields account for more than 70%; in terms of asset custody scale, P2P.org, EigenYields and Eigenpie are the big players in ETH staking, accounting for more than 70.9% of the top ten operators, mainly from Beacon Chain, Lido and Swell. EigenYields, P2P.org, AltLayer and Black Sand are the main contributors to EIGEN custody, accounting for 71%. However, in terms of per capita pledged assets, Black Sand, Galaxy, Staked and CoinSummer Labs are mostly participated by large investors.

Here are the top ten nodes sorted by Eigen鈥檚 stake:

EigenYields

EigenYields currently ranks first in terms of staked volume. As a yield aggregator built specifically on EigenLayer, it was once considered an official node by the community, but its Twitter profile states that it has nothing to do with EigenLayer. EigenYields currently has a total of 15,791 stakers, 9 AVSs have been registered, and the entrusted assets include more than 8.557 million EIGEN tokens and 176,000 ETH, of which ETH stakers mainly come from Beacon Chain, Lido, Swell, Rocket Pool, etc.

P2P.org

P2P.org, a staking service provider, has provided staking infrastructure for more than 38 blockchains, with a total locked value (TVL) of more than $7.2 billion. P2P.org has registered 10 AVSs, provided 6,600 stakers for EigenLayer, and approximately 6.689 million EIGEN and 366,000 ETH, with the main staking coming from Beacon Chain, Lido, Swell, and Mantle.

AltLayer

The decentralized RaaS platform AltLayer has registered 9 AVSs with a total of 20,921 stakers. The entrusted assets include approximately 4.965 million EIGEN tokens and 46,000 ETH, of which ETH mainly comes from Beacon Chain, Lido, Swell and Rocket Pool.

Black Sand

Black Sand has registered 7 AVSs, with a total of only 23 stakers, about 4.149 million EIGEN tokens and 21,000 ETH, of which ETH mainly comes from the Beacon chain. Black Sands stakers are mainly large-scale users, with an average of 180,000 EIGEN and 920 ETH per person.

CoinSummer Labs

The investment institution CoinSummer Labs was co-founded by Shenyu, the co-founder of the mining pool F2Pool. CoinSummer Labs has registered 10 AVSs, with 1,326 pledgers, and entrusted assets including about 3.446 million EIGEN and 49,000 ETH, of which ETH pledges mainly come from Binance, Lido and Beacon Chain. The staking users of CoinSummer Labs are also mostly large users, with an average of 2,599 EIGEN and 37 ETH per person.

InfStones

InfStones, a veteran node operator, is one of the PoS node operators with the largest staking scale. It has registered 11 AVS in EigenLayers re-staking service and obtained 22,124 stakers. The entrusted assets include approximately 3.246 million EIGEN and 43,000 ETH. ETH mainly comes from Beacon chain, Swell, Lido and Binance.

Puffer

The native liquidity re-staking platform Puffer has only registered EigenDAs AVS, with 8,690 pledgers. The entrusted assets include approximately 1.786 million EIGEN and 3,372 ETH, with ETH mainly coming from Lido and Swell.

Staked

The non-custodial staking infrastructure Staked also only registered EigenDAs AVS, with only 94 stakers, and the entrusted assets include about 1.524 million EIGEN and 41,000 ETH, ETH mainly from the Beacon chain. Calculated based on per capita entrusted assets, each staker has 16,000 EIGEN and 51.6 ETH.

Eigenpie by P2P.org

The Eigenpie node, a re-staking protocol operated by P2P.org, has registered 6 AVSs and 6,307 pledgers. The entrusted assets include over 1.241 million EIGEN and 64,000 ETH, with ETH mainly coming from Swell, Lido and Mantle.

Galaxy

Galaxy, a digital asset financial services company, has registered 2 AVSs, with 354 pledgers, and entrusted assets including nearly 1.128 million EIGEN and 45,000 ETH, with ETH mainly coming from Beacon Chain and Lido. Galaxy is also a large staker, with an average of 3,186 EIGEN and 128 ETH per person.

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