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FAQ for Pion
As mentioned before, the reward for the first phase of running an ALICE node is given to all operators. But after that period, the amount of the node-drop is based on the number of days that each verified node had a 90% uptime. Here are the details:
This means an operator who joined ALICE by Feb 27 and had an uptime through the next phases will get 1,053 bonPIONs.
If you mean you have lost your wallet's private key, there is nothing to do.
But if you mean you were hacked and someone else has access to the assets on your wallet, follow these steps.
On the claiming dashboard, connect a new wallet that you have not used on ALICE. You will see the following page.
Now connect the compromised wallet. Here you can see the address of the new wallet as your staking address. This means your can claim your bonPIONs on the new address.
Try opening port 9012 and 8012 on your server firewall by running the following commands (one by one):
sudo ufw reset
sudo ufw allow 8012/tcp
sudo ufw allow 9012/tcp
The Ethereum network is the most secure blockchain that exists. As MUON itself is not a blockchain, but will eventually secure lots of potential value through its network, staking has to be done on a Layer1; we cannot trust a Layer2 to fulfill our needs in that regard. Also integrations like Eigenlayer for the Optimistic (collateral) network that allows re-staking is planned. So Ethereum is the go-to choice.
You need to keep running a PION node to earn rewards and earning rewards without a node is not possible.
Yes, but note that you won't get any rewards for the period between 18th - 27th.
I installed my Pion node on a VPS with specifications lower than the recommended requirements; (It has 2 cores, and 4 giga of RAM). It seems to work great now. Is it OK if I keep this server and don't upgrade it?
30 to 40 days after launch, monitoring of Pion nodes (requirements, uptime, …) and slashing will start. After the launch of node monitoring, servers with low requirements will be rejected by the network.