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17 Feb 2020
11:45:00@siman:matrix.orgAlex Simanno problem. happy to give you early feedback
11:51:59@chevdor:matrix.orgChevdor / WillIf you stick with ACA just avoid any C and K in front of it and you should be mostly fine.
11:58:02@melea:matrix.orgVíctor | melea After read the post for the Alcala testnet, I understand Alcala no need validators and the partners for PoL Nodes are ready. I know this partners are private sales participants bc I invite one of then and he told me about he buy and PoL nodes.
Please tell me what incentive for me to run a validator?
12:28:37@realgar:matrix.orgpolkadot.pro"Acala (in Sanskrit: अचल "goods") is a Dharmapala revered mainly in Vajrayana Buddhism. He is seen as a particular protective deity in Shingon traditions of Japan, where he is known as Fudō Myo-o, in Tangmi traditions China, Nepal and Tibet as Candarosana, and elsewhere in Tantric Buddhism. He was ranked among the Wisdom Kings and preeminent among the five wisdom kings of the Womb Realm. Consequently, his figure occupies an important hierarchical position in the pictorial schematic Mandala of the two kingdoms. It reflects Vidyārāja, or "king of knowledge" in Sanskrit texts of Buddhism. In Japan, Acala is highly revered in Shingon, Tendai, Zen, Nichiren Daishonin Buddhism and Shugendo. Fudō Myo-o is also highly revered among some Yakuza members, who often draw on his intense facial expression and behavior."
12:34:21@realgar:matrix.orgpolkadot.proacala is one of the 13° Buddha
12:35:22@realgar:matrix.orgpolkadot.proimage.png
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12:36:31@realgar:matrix.orgpolkadot.proarmed with a sword, a symbol of other virtues and mercy; armed with rope arranged to be used as a snare, to break the darkness of ignorance with the first and to curb the enemies of truth with the second (in this case of Buddhism).
19:57:23@ruitaosu:matrix.orgRuitao Su | laminar.one

After read the post for the Alcala testnet, I understand Alcala no need validators and the partners for PoL Nodes are ready. I know this partners are private sales participants bc I invite one of then and he told me about he buy and PoL nodes.
Please tell me what incentive for me to run a validator?

As a parachain, the network still need Collator to operate to ensure transactions are packaged & submitted to polkadot/kusama relay-chain, operating a Collator is less demanding than operating a Validator, but the fundamental is the same.

In both Acala production network (kusama/polkadot), a simliar apporach will be adopted to ensure there will be always Collator around to ensure the network is live and responding.

Collator operator will obviously eligible for reward of native tokens of the parachain, similar to how a kusama validator get rewarded for KSM.

However since running a Collator is less about security and more about availability, we may have a much simpler economy model, which we will publish soon.

19:58:28@ruitaosu:matrix.orgRuitao Su | laminar.one *

After read the post for the Alcala testnet, I understand Alcala no need validators and the partners for PoL Nodes are ready. I know this partners are private sales participants bc I invite one of then and he told me about he buy and PoL nodes.
Please tell me what incentive for me to run a validator?

As a parachain, the network still need Collator to operate to ensure transactions are packaged & submitted to polkadot/kusama relay-chain, operating a Collator is less demanding than operating a Validator, but the fundamental is the same.

In both Acala production network (kusama/polkadot), a simliar apporach will be adopted to ensure there will be always Collator around to ensure the network is live and responding.

Collator operator will obviously eligible for reward of native tokens of the parachain, similar to how a kusama validator get rewarded for KSM.

However since running a Collator is less about security and more about availability, we may have a much simpler economy model, which we will publish soon.

18 Feb 2020
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15:45:34@melea:matrix.orgVíctor | melea Ok thanks for clarify.
So. No validators. But yes Collators.
Interesting because still not sure how is going to works this Collators or test the first one.
Then needs 2 groups of collators.
Collators for kusama and collators for Polkadot and others chains in case bridge. This collators economy for Alcala still in progress. Got it. Thanks
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20:35:13@gnossienli:matrix.orgIlhan | staker.spaceIs there a public node we can use ?
20:56:36@ruitaosu:matrix.orgRuitao Su | laminar.oneThere is a pubic polkadot front-end: http://console.acala.network/ configured to connect to one of a public node wss://testnet-node-1.acala.laminar.one/ws there is also a number of other publicly available RPC nodes, including nodes from one of the staking partner onfinality, Bryan can share those soon.
21:02:49@xlchen:matrix.orgBryan Chen | laminar.oneWe are currently in the progress of setting up nodes with OnFinality, we will have few public node available for use when it is done.
22:18:46@gnossienli:matrix.orgIlhan | staker.spaceGreat, the console.acala.network was what I was looking for. Thank you
22:36:11@ruitaosu:matrix.orgRuitao Su | laminar.one

Great, the console.acala.network was what I was looking for. Thank you

try break it :) bounties available for grab. 😈

19 Feb 2020
01:46:48@xlchen:matrix.orgBryan Chen | laminar.one

Here are some connecting details for public RPC nodes that are hosted at www.onfinality.io

  • OnFinality RPC node 1:
    • HTTP: https://node-6635400830093635584.jm.onfinality.io/rpc
    • WebSocket: wss://node-6635400830093635584.jm.onfinality.io/ws
  • OnFinality RPC node 2:
    • HTTP: https://node-6635401438879883264.rz.onfinality.io/rpc
    • WebSocket: wss://node-6635401438879883264.rz.onfinality.io/ws
  • OnFinality RPC node 3:
    • HTTP: https://node-6635659018722156544.rz.onfinality.io/rpc
    • WebSocket: wss://node-6635659018722156544.rz.onfinality.io/ws
01:47:48@xlchen:matrix.orgBryan Chen | laminar.one *

Here are some connecting details for public RPC nodes that are hosted at www.onfinality.io

  • OnFinality RPC node 1:
    • HTTP: https://node-6635400830093635584.jm.onfinality.io/rpc
    • WebSocket: wss://node-6635400830093635584.jm.onfinality.io/ws
  • OnFinality RPC node 2:
    • HTTP: https://node-6635401438879883264.rz.onfinality.io/rpc
    • WebSocket: wss://node-6635401438879883264.rz.onfinality.io/ws
  • OnFinality RPC node 3:
    • HTTP: https://node-6635659018722156544.rz.onfinality.io/rpc
    • WebSocket: wss://node-6635659018722156544.rz.onfinality.io/ws
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01:53:53@nuevax:matrix.orgnuevaxRedacted or Malformed Event
01:54:05@nuevax:matrix.orgnuevaxworks very well

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