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GRTiQ Podcast: 87 Nico Vergauwen

Today I’m speaking with Nico Vergauwen, Founder at Tenderize, a liquid staking solution for Web3 middleware. Prior to launching Tenderize, Nico worked as a protocol engineer at Livepeer, launched Livepool (a precursor to Tenderize), and worked as a consultant.

Tenderize has garnered a lot of attention recently within The Graph ecosystem and throughout Web3. As you will hear, Tenderize specializes in offering liquidity to those who stake their tokens in middleware projects.

During our discussion, Nico talks about his background and entry into Web3, his time at Livepeer and where the idea for Tenderize was born, and then we talk extensively about how Tenderize works and how Delegators at The Graph could use it.

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