Host a Node


Node is the simplest way to power the network and earn crypto. Plug it in, and plug into the Incognito network. Help process confidential transactions and earn BTC, ETH, USDT and Incognito’s native coin, PRV. Learn more >


Virtual Node

Prefer working with code? You can run one or more Nodes on a cloud instance such as AWS and DigitalOcean. Validate privacy transactions and build new blocks. Get paid in PRV and transacted currencies – such as BTC, ETH, and USDT. Learn more >

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Where can one turn on the notifications?

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I am wondering the same. Have the node earnings notifications gone live? @Peter @duy

Hi @Silvercap718 @Mike_Despo, it will go live in the release this week: 3.6.5


Hi Annie
I’ve got two virtual nodes on the same ip but with different ports and one earns quite frequent but the other earns rarely.
Is the second node getting passed over because the ip has already been used on the first node.

Thanks Jay

No, that is not how it works. Nodes are selected by validator key, not by IP.
Assuming nothing is wrong with your server, It is merely the result of random selection.


Are thinking about setting up and running your own Virtual Node but not sure where to start or how to do it?

Check out my post below where I step you through how I built my very first Virtual Node. It’s really not that scary for a Windows and Mac PC user like myself. If I can do it, so can you :smiley:

Step-by-Step: How I built my Virtual Node on the World’s Smallest Mini PC ($170 USD)

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