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What is the difference between the masternode and the validator?
In fact, it is the same thing. The masternode is a full network node that performs validation and block creation. Owners of masternodes are also usually called validators.
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I am interested in creating my coin on your platform. How much will it cost and what parameters and advantages are there with such a coin compared to others?
How to choose a masternode, where to find them?
How to return coins sent to the masternode?
Where can I find the seed phrase/Mnemonic?
What commission is charged when issuing your own coin?
I delegated my own coin to the masternode, why are there no rewards?
Is it possible to mine the coins?
Where can I learn more about Minter?
Where can I follow the news and updates?
Where can I discuss Minter?
Where can I find the Minter wallet?
When will the main network be launched?
When will BIP be listed on exchanges?
How do I get coins?
What is MNT and what can I do with them?
What can I pay for with BIP?
Will it be possible to purchase BIP for cryptocurrencies or fiat after the launch of the main network?
What is the masternode?
How to earn money?
What is Tendermint?
What algorithm does the Minter Network use to reach a consensus?
What is the network throughput?
What do you mean by "delegation?"
One of your articles on DeCenter says that to become a validator in the Cosmos Network, one will have to spend $1,550 per month. How do I become a validator in your network? How much will I need to pay?
How long does it take for a new block to be generated?
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