๐Ÿ“จSelecting a Validator

How to select Validators that are right for your needs.

Disclaimer: This is for informational purposes only and doesn't make any representations on the validators setup. SEDA will not be held liable for any and all, direct or indirect, damages related to the use of, the misuse of, or the inability to use, the SEDA Tokens under any cause or action whatsoever of any kind

Each Validator in the SEDA Chain is unique in a few different ways:

  • Hardware Setup: Each Validator has there own preferred setup, some are Bare Metal*, others are Cloud-based with Google Cloud or Amazon Web Services, others may run their validator from their home server as a hobbyist. Each Hardware setup comes with it's trade offs for perfomance and security.

  • Commission Fee: Validators are free to choose the Commission Fee they believe is fair market for their service. The Commision Fee is not based on the amount delegated to the Validator, but on the rewards earned for securing the SEDA Network.

  • Tooling and Dashboards: Some Validators provide their own custom tooling like dashboards for projecting inflationary rewards, custom explorers for tracking on-chain information, or other reporting and monitoring features.

Most of this information can be found either directly on our Keplr Dashboard, or through the website listed for a specific validator.

*Bare Metal - In computer networking, a bare-metal server is a physical computer server that is used by one consumer, or tenant, only. Each server offered for rental is a distinct physical piece of hardware that is a functional server on its own. They are not virtual servers running in multiple pieces of shared hardware.

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