Can you elaborate on the mobile data failover?
In the end you’re responsible for your validator. That usually includes maintenance and of course uptime.
Thank you all for your questions! We’re working on an updated version of the FAQ to answer all questions and will share it here soon
This would be an example.
But from what I’ve seen on validating in other projects, a connection of normal residential dependability is normally fine. Though I’m sure we will get details soon.
An other question about reward for L0.
I saw on the simulator that the reward are 0 for the first years… could you confirm this please?
As mentioned in this post on L0 validators,
TFT needs to be staked for at least 1 year, before reward unlocks.
L0 Validator also get an additional + 5% yield per year during the first 2 years as mentioned here
Please include these questions in the FAQ. Thank you!
let the questions come please, I will make sure they are all addressed on content in our library, will be working on it in weekend
info about voting on: https://library.threefold.me/info/threefold#/decentralization/validators/voting_l2
rewards are not 0 for first year, your reward is already rewarded for you but is only given if you were staking for 1 year, but we are not sure about this.
please see FAQ on wiki, answers are there, thanks for asking
I don’t understand
‘’‘What do you mean per bare metal that is owned and managed by the validator owner.’’’
where did you find this?
Thanks a lot for clearing the questions!
That’s pretty cool. I’d have to set it up to only back up certain devices with internet. Wouldn’t want cloud cameras, netflix, playstation etc using up data at $10+/gig
Hey Kristof, thanks for the reply.
I was mostly looking for what the governance aspect for validaties will look like. Do you have an answer for that as well?
An update on validator verifications tomorrow!
For the latest updates on validators, check out this post: