Edit: Sale postponed for 10th of April.
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If you’re interested in getting involved in the world of blockchain, now is the time to do it. The Myria Public Node Sale is a not-to-be-missed opportunity, and with the sale starting on April 7th, it’s important to start preparing now.
This comprehensive guide will walk you through everything you need to know to operate Myria Nodes and participate successfully in the upcoming sale. It’s also important to mention that a day prior to the official node sale (6/4), the MYRIA token will be listed for spot trading at OKX.
Why Participate in the Myria Public Node Sale?
So why should you participate in the Myria Public Node Sale? For starters, it’s an opportunity to become part of the Myria ecosystem and earn rewards for helping to secure the network. By operating a Myria Node, you’re helping to validate transactions and participate in consensus, which helps ensure the platform’s security. In return for your contributions, you’ll earn rewards in MYRIA (XMD) tokens and/or NFTs.
Note: Myria Node Licenses can only be purchased with MYRIA Tokens on the Myria website.
You must meet specific technical requirements to participate in the Myria Public Node Sale. Specifically, you’ll need a server with at least 4GB of RAM, 2 CPU cores, and 60GB of storage. An operating system like Windows 10, MacOS 10.10, Ubuntu 20.04, or later installed on your server. A Stable Internet Connection is also vital.
How much does a Myria node cost?
The price of Myria Nodes will increase as more Nodes are purchased. The price escalation continues until the sale of 40,000 Myria Nodes is complete.
The price of a Myria Node License rises over time, with the pricing model being set in $USD and converted to MYRIA tokens at the time of purchase.
- The price of a Myria Node License is determined by three things:
- Price Ramp – the $USD amount the price will rise at a given moment
- Price Increment – how often the price will rise (based on the additional number of Node Licenses sold)
- Batch Size – the period a combination of Price Ramp & Price Increment holds before a new combination of Price Ramp & Price Increment is set
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Once you’ve met these requirements, you must configure your Myria Node. You can find detailed instructions on this website. To ensure that your node operates successfully, be sure to keep your server online and available, regularly update your Myria Node software, and keep your XMD wallet and coins secure.