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RADIX Validator

Validator info

Validator Address: rv1q06n3drn5qxpxk4y3yw22vghlm3n3hkar09rurh8ysn0g5m8wy2wuwkqsyd
Uptime: 100%
Staking fee: 0%

Radix Token

Validator status

Why stake with me?

✔️ Powerfull hardware specs (see below)
✔️ Hosted in Datacenter in The Netherlands
✔️ Maintained by IT Professional with over 20 years of experience in building highly redudant infrastructures.
✔️ Pro-actively Monitored for maximum uptime
✔️ 0% Fee and no plans to raise it

Hardware specs

Server: Dell PowerEdge r710
CPU: 2x Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU X5675 @ 3.07GHz (32 Logical cores)
Storage: 1TB Samsung EVO 860 SSD
Memory: 160 GB

How can you offer zero fee staking ??

Simple: I just pay for all the cost myself, and I'm earning by staking myself just like anyone else who is staking.
I am fully aware I could stake withouth running a validator of my own, but I want my node to be part of this ecosystem.
Why? Because I strongly believe that this blockchain tech has a very strong potential to bring Crypto closer to mainstream adoption.
And this is how I feel I can contribute to that.

What is Radix?

Radix is the fastest, most scalable, most secure, build for DeFi Layer 1 blockchain available today.

Why is it faster?

With a an unique proof of stake based concensus mechanism called Cerberus, Radix is capable of processing more than 1.4 million transactions per second (TPS) This is faster than Solana, VISA, Paypal, Cardano, Polkadot, etc.

What makes it more secure?

The hacks where tokens are stolen that you read in the news, are usually due to an oversight in the security of a smart contract. Even though these smart contracts get audited and approved, pro hackers are very adept in finding loopholes in the code. Part of the reason that this is possible is that traditional smart contract blockchains rely on the programming language Solidity or a libararies built on top of Solidity. Unfortunately, it is very hard to make a 100% tamper proof smart contract in Solidity.

Radix DLT is working on a new programming language for smart contracts, called Scrypto, which will not only more easy to program with, but also more secure by design. (according to the radix dlt team)
At the time of writing, this programming language has not yet been released to the public and as such there are no smart contracts or dApps running on the Olympia Mainnet as of today.

What other unique feature does Radix DLT Blockchain introduce?

They basically have a solution for the KYC Problem in a decentralized world.
With Instapass, you can get KYC Validated, and then use this to sign on with your wallet to dApps that require KYC (if you chose to use them), while your transactions remain private.
This is a much better solution than having to do KYC on every dApp or platform that you have to use. and it tackles one more thing that's holding back crypto from mainstream adoption (in my oppinion).


Currently Alexandria is announced for Q4 2021. In this phase the scrypto language and the Radix V2 Engine will be released on a private environment so that devs can start building and testing dApps.
In 2022 (Phase Babylon) Radix plans to release their DeFi dApp ecosystem to the public. In 2023 (Phase XI'an) Radix plans to enable sharding (and remove the top100 validator limitation) which will allow for the blockchain to scale for mainstream adoption. Please check the Radix DLT Website for the latest roadmap.

If you are reading this during Olympia, that means you are still super early to the project.

Where can you buy XRD ?

At this time the Native XRD can only be bought at: It is also possible to buy the Erc20 token on the etherium blockchain called eXRD. (eXRD can be converted to XRD and send to your RadixWallet by using Instabridge at 1:1 rate)
The eXRD token can be bought at the following exchanges:

Bitfinex have announce they will list the Native XRD token on August 23rd of 2021

Usefull links

Radix DLT Website

Single Sign on KYC Registration (Required for Instabridge)

eXRD to XRD bridge

Radix DLT Blockchain Explorer

Radix Dashboard
(by Avaunt)

Staking rewards calculator
(by Florian Pieper)

Great Validator from Swiss
(by Kesswi)