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Helium

Blockdaemon provides full end-to-end validator node management and support for Helium, a new, open source, public blockchain created entirely to incentivise the creation of physical, decentralised wireless networks.

  • Staking Rewards (est) Variable
  • Minimum Amount to Stake 10,000 HNT
  • Public Fee Talk to Sales
  • Cooldown(Unbonding) Period 5 months
  • Network Type
    • Mainnet
    • PoS
    • Public
  • Blockdaemon Products
    • Nodes
    • Staking
  • Hosting
    • AWS
    • Bare Metal
    • Cloud
    • Google

Staking

  • White-Label Validator Node

    Blockdaemon lets anyone run their own validator node and white-label it in their own name. Our white-label validator nodes are non-custodial (you keep your keys private), fully maintained/monitored, run at 99.9% uptime and have manual-failover built-in, eliminating double-signing. Blockdaemon’s market leading node performance is focused on meeting the high demands of large institutional banks, custodians and exchanges. Protecting your assets is critical to Blockdaemon and to mitigate risk we’ve established slashing insurance, provided by Marsh.

Nodes

  • Dedicated Nodes

    We've been perfecting Nodes-as-a-Service since 2017. All our Dedicated RPC Nodes are built for zero downtime and high security. Our nodes are supported by optional High-Availability Clusters, offering secure backups and helping you manage unforeseen load spikes. Lastly, every machine we manage comes with 24/7 support and transparent service level agreements.

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Supporting 60+ cutting edge blockchain networks with world-class blockchain infrastructure. We power the blockchain economy with an easy-to-use, secure and scalable node management platform.

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  • Salesforce
  • Softbank
  • boldstart

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Delegation is currently not supported. Only staking by running your own validator node is an option at this time.

  • The Helium Token is designed to serve the needs of the two primary parties in the Helium blockchain ecosystem:

    1. Hotspot Hosts and Network Operators. Hosts mine HNT while deploying and maintaining network coverage.
    2. Enterprises and developers using the Helium Network to connect devices and build IoT applications. Data Credits, which are a $USD-pegged utility token derived from HNT in a burn transaction, are used to pay transaction fees for wireless data transmissions on the network (in addition to things like adding Hotspots and sending).
  • The Helium Community uses a governance mechanism called Helium Improvement Proposals (known as “HIPs”). Modeled on BIPs from the Bitcoin community, HIPs are used to introduce, debate, and approve/reject new changes to major elements of the Network like the core blockchain, $HNT token economics, and Network governance itself.

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