A quality score is a measure of the value of a validator relative to other validators. It is used to determine the distribution of revenue that validators share. It is based on consensus determination participation. In other words, it’s based on blocks that your validator signs, fails to sign, and your validator’s uptime.
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- How does IOV's token economy work?
- How can I become a validator for the IOV Name Service?
- What is a sentry node?
- How much does it cost to run a validator?
- How much will I earn as a validator?
- What are the hardware requirements for a validator node?
- Is a hardware security module (HSM) necessary?
- Can I use a cloud provided key management service (KMS)?
- What’s the difference between proof-of-stake and proof-of-authority or proof-of-value?
- What’s a quality score?