VALIDATOR NODE

We are a passionate team of IT and Cryptocurrencies, looking to bring you a secure and reliable staking infrastructure for Crypto.com

NODE RESOURCES

Dedicated Rack Machine

Dell PowerEdge R210ii

16Gb RAM

DDR3 PC3-10600 ECC Dimm (Dual Rank)

1Gb symmetric Fiber

FFTH (average latency 11ms) Located in EU

4 cores @ 3.10Ghz

Intel Core i3-2100 @ 3.10Ghz

1x SSD & 2x HDD

500Gb SSD + (500Gb HDD + 500Gb HDD RAID1 Backup)

Graphana visual dashboard

And Telegram alerting solution

how to delegate cro on goldcoin node?

Working with crypto.com chain could be challenging, that is why we have created a section with visual guides to help you performing transactions in the most secure way.

do you want to know what we do?

We have a news section were we will share with you (delegators) the latest info about the node performance, upgrades, changes in policies, commissions and votes on the chain.

i have lots of questions!!!

We have created a Frequent Answered Questions (FaQ) to solve all your questions. Have a look and if still you have more doubts, let us know.

FaQ

  • Validator FaQ

  • Why a Validator charge a commission

    A validator is in fact a computer, and validators have its own expenses (hardware, internet, time, etc...). The commission is used to cover those expenses.

  • Why a Validator need CRO delegations

    Validators measure its power base on how much CRO is delegated to him.

  • Delegator FaQ

  • Delegator vs Validator

    A CRO owner (you), becomes a delegator, when he delegates his CRO to one of the 100 Validators available on the chain. In exchange for delegate your CRO, a delegator receives rewards (CROs). Delegation Is also called staking.

    A validator is a computer that signs chain blocks

  • "THE DESIRE OF GOLD IS NOT FOR GOLD, IT IS FOR THE MEANS OF FREEDOM AND BENEFIT"

    ~Ralph Waldo Emerson~