Nodes Introduction

Etho Protocol Node Network /w ethoFS application-specific nodes called Gateway Nodes

What are Etho Protocol Masternodes?

Masternodes, Service Nodes and Gateway Nodes hosted by various independent ETHO holders effectively provide distributed computational and storage capacity to the Etho Protocol 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!