Monthly Status Update: May 2020

DSLA Core Team
Written by DSLA Core Team
Monthly Status Update: May 2020

Stacktical turns 3 🎂

Did you know that the average lifespan of 90% of technology companies is less than 2 years?

As we celebrate our third anniversary right in the middle of an unprecedented global crisis, it is humbling to be still around and kicking, more dedicated than ever to sustain the development of DSLA Protocol and the entire family of DSLA products.

Happy birthday to us and courage to our friends going through difficult times right now.

It’s never been more important to care about your customers, and we will keep providing support to the industries that need to reinvent themselves in order to show demonstrable care as an inherent part of their customer experience, and look forward to optimize their financial and non-financial revenue using the DSLA Protocol and the DSLA Network DApp.

If you’re staking service provider or an individual validator, interested in joining our growing list of launch partners, please check out our official partner deck at this address. Among other perks, early commitments to use DSLA Protocol as an official launch partners will grant you reduced maintenance fees for SLA checks.

Let’s chat !

Stacktical turns 3

A quick look at what kept us busy lately


Stacktical Website

Version 4.0.0

Task  Status
Specifications 80%
Developments 20%
Quality Assurance 0%
Release ETA June 30th
  • The new Stacktical website is being developed right now.

We’re often mistaken for an insurance solution. It is very much understandable since a SLA contracts protects customers against unforeseen events using financial incentives, often in the form of service credits. But service level agreements are first and foremost a governance vehicle for service providers, meaning it’s a framework to design and make decisions to consistently meet quality standards when it comes to delivering data, services, goods and transporting people.

The upcoming version 4.0.0 of the Stacktical Website aims at demonstrating the capabilities of DSLA Protocol in various industries, and better articulate the benefits of decentralizing a SLA contract, compared to existing centralized Service Level Management (SLM) solutions.

Visit the Stacktical Website

Stacktical Blog

Version 2.1.0

  • No new developments for the Stacktical Blog this month.

DSLA Protocol

Version 2.1.0

Task  Status
Specifications 80%
Developments 20%
Quality Assurance 0%
Release ETA July 2020
  • A new DSLA Protocol version is being developed right now.

Our objective with the release of DSLA Protocol version 2.0.1 was to provide an end-to-end uptime SLA scenario where a user could be easily compensated for the downtimes of a given website. Feedbacks from the community has helped us identify several issues and areas of improvements that needs to be addressed through a new release.

DSLA Protocol version 2.1.0 aims at integrating our new Oracle partner to ensure reliable, decentralized periodic SLA checks, and the automated enforcement of SLA policies (e.g. monthly downtime compensation in DSLA token).

If you would like to know more about this upcoming release, lease join the developer discussion on Telegram, if you haven’t already. ___

DSLA Token

Version 2 (Mainnet) 0x3affcca64c2a6f4e3b6bd9c64cd2c969efd1ecbe

Token Information  Verified Value
Official Address 0x3affcca64c2a6f4e3b6bd9c64cd2c969efd1ecbe
Official ABI DSLA.json
Circulating Supply 4,098,261,677 DSLA
Total Supply 9,000,000,000 DSLA
Release ETA Issued

The DSLA protocol uses the DSLA cryptocurrency to transfer value between customers and providers, according to good and bad service levels.

  • No bug fix or security update to the DSLA token this month.

Previous fixes :

DSLA Network

Version 0.9.0

Task  Status
Specifications 20%
Developments 0%
Quality Assurance 0%
Release ETA Q3 2020
  • The new DSLA Network DApp is being developed right now.

The flagship use case of DSLA Protocol is to secure staking rewards against slashing penalties and unfulfilled reliability promises. It’s a great way for staking service providers to meet quality standards and de-risk staking for their delegators.

While this is something we’re already explicitely mentioning on the DSLA Network homepage, the Proof-of-Stake blockchain networks and assets that will be supported by the protocol have yeat to appear somewhere on the DApp. Version 0.9.0 of DSLA Network will introduce a series of change in the SLA creation workflow, and introduce a Staking SLA along with the existing Uptime SLA.

Wilhem has discussed with the top management of the world’s best staking service providers to establish a list of priority networks and assets that should be made available at launch. It goes without saying that we plan on supporting Kusama and Polkadot from the get-go, as we’re working on our W3F grant assignments.

Marketing & Sales


This month we focused on establishing that DSLA is a microcap gem that should pick the interest of the worldwide cryptocurrency community.

  • The DSLA token has been listed on CoinMarketCap and Feixiaohao (Chinese CMC)
  • The DSLA token is being tracked by the following websites:
Coin Tracker  Link
(NEW) CoinMarketCap Here
(NEW) Feixiaohao Here
(UPDATED) CoinGecko Here
(UPDATED) Coinpaprika Here
(UPDATED) Nomics Here


  • We have connected with a major international Cloud vendor to explore a potential distribution partnership on their marketplace.


  • (UNDER NDA) New monitoring data broker, to address a very special industry vertical and use case
  • (UNDER NDA) New decentralized Oracle provider, to propel our mainnet launch


Cryptocurrency Exchange Listing

  • We plan on listing DSLA to a new exchange by mid-July 2020.

  • The DSLA cryptocurrency token is still available for trading on the following exchanges :

Exchange Pair Status Trade at

Trade DSLA on STEX

About DSLA Protocol

DSLA Token, now on Argent wallet

DSLA Protocol is a risk management framework that enables infrastructure operators and developers to reduce their users exposure to service delays, interruptions and financial losses, using self-executing service level agreements, bonus-malus insurance policies, and crowdfunded liquidity pools.

DSLA Protocol’s flagship use case is to offset the financial losses of Proof-of-Stake delegators and DeFi users, while incentivizing the connectivity, performance and availability of staking pool operators and DeFi service providers.

To learn more about DSLA Protocol, please visit, browse our official blog, and follow @stacktical on Twitter.

DSLA Core Team

DSLA Core Team

The team behind DSLA Protocol, and the DSLA family of products.