Introducing KiBloc Stake Pools [KIBC1] & [KIBC2]


I’m Dr. Shweta, live in Virginia, USA. I hold a Ph.D. degree in Biotechnology; currently working as an Associate Professor, and I teaches anatomy to nursing students. I’m very much involved in various blockchain projects as an investor from the past couple of years, with a special focus and interest in Cardano. One of the main reasons was Charles Hoskinson’s whiteboard presentation and Cardano white paper to get involved with Blockchain projects.

Ticker / pledge / fixed fee / variable fee

Ticker: KIBC1

Pledge: 17.5 K ADA

Fixed Fee: 500 ADA

Variable Fee: 3%

Ticker: KIBC2

Pledge: 17 K ADA

Fixed Fee: 500 ADA

Variable Fee: 3%



Twitter: @bloc_ki

Facebook: @kibloc7

Instagram: @kibloc7/

Telegram: @kibloc_community

Youtube Channel: @thekiblocshow

Pool ID:

KIBC1 Pool ID: 3448894f1507bb66d7a60dc225fce74f0f650d7a5f0dcc407bbe7cb6

KIBC2 Pool ID: 7c50cd5f07e18ab673d42f9353bf49e9059230735043189e6d12d1fd

Location: Virginia, USA

Pool Infrastructure:

Operating System - Ubuntu 20.04

CPU: 8 Core 16 Thread AMD Ryzen 7 3700X Processor

GPU: ZOTAC Gaming GeForce GTX 1650 Super Twin Fan 4GB GDDR6 128-Bit Gaming Graphics Card


Primary Storage: 500 GB nVME M2 SSD

Backup Storage: 2 TB HDD

Operator experience:

I came from a non-IT background, however, for the past 3 years, I’m very much involved in various Blockchain projects as an investor with a special focus and interest in Cardano. Coming from a research-based background, I consider myself one of those people, who kept on trying to get things done 100% correct way. I always consider failures as one new lesson to learn. I’m always open to learning new things and that’s why spent almost 3 years (2017-2020) preparing myself before even I put the first node of KiBloc pools live.

Why should users check out your pool?

I prepared a youtube video to better explain why Delegators should consider KiBloc Stakepools.