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Thank you for supporting small Cardano stake pools such as DYNO.


Dynopool (ticker DYNO) was created of a simple desire to support and promote decentralization of the Cardano network and to positively contribute to the Cardano Ecosystem. The stake pool was registered on the blockchain in December 2021 during Epoch 311.

DYNO consists of four dedicated, bare metal servers. Two servers are configured as Cardano relay nodes and one as a Cardano block producing node. The fourth is a dedicated web-server hosting this webpage. The system is maintained in a secure location near St. Louis, Missouri, USA, and is fed by a reliable, high-speed 200Mb+ internet connection. Power is supplied to the system through uninterruptible power supplies.

The ancient Greek word Dunamis is said to mean "power", "potential", or "ability" and is the foundation of the words dynamite and dynamo. It is the inspiration for DYNO and Dynopool. We believe in the power, and the potential of Cardano.

Discover more about DYNO at PoolTool.io

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If you are looking for a small stake pool to delegate your stake to consider DYNO. If not DYNO, then consider pools in the xSPO Alliance or the Bare Metal Alliance.

Whatever you choose, remain informed. The sites Cardano PoolTool.io and Cardanoscan.io offer great tools that provide useful information about stake pools. Pool.pm is also a great resource to visualize your wallet and your Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs) as well as staking pools you may be interested in.

For anyone holding ADA, staking that ADA to a Cardano stake pool is the way. ADA held on the Cardano network represents a stake in the network, with the size of the stake proportional to the amount of ADA held. The ability to delegate or pledge a stake is fundamental to how Cardano works.

Decentralization is key to the success of Cardano, such that no one entity will control a majority of the ADA stake. DYNO is our way of contributing to the resiliancy of the Cardano network.

You can support decentralization by supporting small stake pools.

To learn more about Cardano stake pools, visit Cardano Docs.

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Learn about Cardano at Cardano.org.

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Updated June 7, 2022