Aptos releases core delegation pool functionality through the release of AIP-6 developed by the team at Bware Labs.

It is hardly the case that any Web3 enthusiast has never heard about Aptos, an L1 aiming to be one of the safest and most scalable blockchains in the Web3 space. Built by former Meta employees previously working on Diem, Aptos is designed with scalability, safety, reliability, and upgradeability as its key principles while relying on the capabilities of Move, a Rust-based programming language designed to provide higher security and flexibility for developers.

Since its mainnet launch, in October 22, Aptos has benefited from substantial popularity among both builders as well as general blockchain enthusiasts, and not without a good reason. The principles behind the project sound pretty good even from a non-technical perspective, while the technical team behind it, is “one of the most professional and technically savvy we have ever had the chance to work with”, says Alexandru Filip, one of the founders at Bware Labs and the lead developer for the AIP-6 initiative.

Bware Labs is an infrastructure, development tools, and service provider created with the goal of bringing true reliability and performance to all the developers in the Web3 space and with a stated mission of supporting and boosting the blockchain development ecosystems of the networks it partners with.

 With a substantial involvement in the Aptos ecosystem which ranges from validator services to decentralized API support and a free-to-use Snapshot service, Bware Labs recognized the need to provide the Aptos community with a delegation mechanism that would lower barriers for new validators joining the network and al