Masternodes Introduction

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Ether-1 Node Network /w ethoFS application-specific nodes called Gateway Nodes

What are Ether-1 Masternodes?

Masternodes, Service Nodes and Gateway Nodes hosted by various independent ETHO holders effectively provide distributed computational and storage capacity to the Ether-1 Ecosystem of distributed services.

The network incentivizes anyone who chooses to reliably operate a masternode of sufficient size and bandwidth in return for providing these resources and network decentralization.

Masternodes require a collateral of 15,000 ETHO, 40GB of available storage, 2GB of RAM and a static public IP address. Masternodes require 95%+ uptime for payment. Learn how setup Masternodes!

Service Nodes require a collateral of 5,000 ETHO, 20 GB of available storage, 1GB of RAM and a public static IP address. Service nodes require 95%+ uptime for payment. Learn how to setup Service Nodes!

Gateway Nodes require a collateral of 30,000 ETHO and 80 GB of available storage, 4GB of RAM and a public static IP address. Gateway nodes require 98%+ uptime for payment. Learn how to setup Gateway Nodes!