Node Operators on Polymesh: What They Do and Who They Are

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If you’re up-to-date on all things Polymath, you’ve likely come across the word ‘operator’ on one of our web pages or posts, especially during the Polymesh Incentivized Testnet (ITN). 

Over 13 capital markets participants became node operators on ITN, forming a network composed of a variety of different service providers from numerous locations around the world. 

Many of these operators will be operating nodes on the Polymesh Mainnet when it launches.

But what exactly is an operator? Who are they and how do they contribute to the chain’s operations?

Find out on the Polymesh blog.

The latest post– 'All About Our Node Operators' covers the basics of the blockchain’s node operators, including what a node operator actually is and what makes them unique on Polymesh. You’ll also “meet” six of them and hear why they’ve each chosen to help contribute to the chain’s operations.

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