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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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What commission is charged when issuing your own coin?
Where can I find the Minter wallet?
Will it be possible to purchase BIP for cryptocurrencies or fiat after the launch of the main network?
What can I pay for with BIP?
What is MNT and what can I do with them?
How do I get coins?
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?
Where can I learn more about Minter?
Where can I follow the news and updates?
Where can I discuss Minter?
When will the main network be launched?
When will BIP be listed on exchanges?
What is the masternode?
Is it possible to mine the coins?
I delegated my own coin to the masternode, why are there no rewards?
Where can I find the seed phrase/Mnemonic?
How to earn money?
How to return coins sent to the masternode?
How to choose a masternode, where to find them?
What is Tendermint?
What is the network throughput?
What do you mean by "delegation?"
What algorithm does the Minter Network use to reach a consensus?
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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