Hey @9chron welcome to our Discourse forum, it’s nice to see you hanging around here!
That’s a pretty good question, thanks for asking it. While LinkPool is currently focused on providing the best services and tooling for the greater Chainlink ecosystem, we are also exploring Ethereum 2.0 and its PoS staking architecture. In the future, we might provide trustless ETH staking and in that case LinkPool would charge a percentage fee of the profit in ETH to every staker. Consequently every LPL staker would receive a portion of the fees collected by LinkPool in the form of ETH.
Something relevant to keep into account though, is that -unlike with Chainlink staking- there is no ceiling at the limit of ETH that a platform can stake. LinkPool could always run X + n number of Ethereum nodes to meet the ETH staking demand on our platform. For that reason is unlikely that we mint any ethLPLA token.
However you should also note that we have not committed to anything yet, so some of these are just working assumptions on my end