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Join as a NodeDAO Operator

Interested in becoming a NodeDAO Operator ?

The registerOperator function allows users to become operators in the NodeDAO protocol. As an operator, they gain certain privileges and responsibilities within the system. Node Operators are essential to the NodeDAO protocol. They are responsible for staking the users' tokens and generating liquid staking tokens (nETH). nETH is a token that represents the user's staked ETH, and it can be used to earn interest, provide liquidity, or participate in DeFi applications.
There are a number of benefits to using NodeDAO . First, it allows users to stake their ETH without having to worry about the technical aspects of running a node. Second, it provides users with access to liquid staking tokens, which can be used to earn interest, provide liquidity, or participate in DeFi applications. Third, NodeDAO is a decentralized protocol, which means that it is not subject to the control of any one entity.
The better the basic operator sets are, the more robust, resilient, and performant the underlying protocol. This is because Node Operators are responsible for maintaining the network and ensuring that it is secure and reliable. Good node operator sets boost the effectiveness of NodeDAO ‘s business development efforts, increase community acceptance, and reduce protocol risks.


The minimum required deposit is 1.1 ETH or greater.
The required deposit must be met in order to be eligible to claim rewards.
  1. 1.
    Prepare the following parameters a. name - node operator's unique identifier b. controllerAddress - responsible for tasks like adjusting fees, updating settings, and modifying parameters. c. rewardAddresses - for the operator to specify where the rewards should be sent.
  2. 2.
    Call the contract's registerOperator method or webapp interface. and submit the deposit with the above parameters.
  3. 3.
    Once the operator registration is successfully completed, an operator ID is assigned to uniquely identify the operator. This ID can be any number, starting from 1 and incrementing for each registered operator.