Run a Redbelly Node
Join the Future of Web3, Join the Redbelly Network.
Redbelly Network is an efficient and secure blockchain that has been designed to operate across regulated markets. We’re guided by the Democratic Byzantine Fault Tolerance (DBFT) Consensus Protocol, which ensures all transactions are conducted legitimately.
To uphold validity in our service we require Node Operators. A Node Operator’s core responsibility is helping handle the data demands within the network, as well as contributing to the decentralisation of the service. In return, when nodes relay this information the node operator is compensated with incentive rewards and/or transaction fees.
The Redbelly Node Operator
Why run a Redbelly Node
% of Transaction Fees
Purpose & Value
What is the Selection Process?
The Application Process
40 Mbps bandwidth with stable connection
Low latency circuit to carrier (e.g. fibre optic) that supports a round trip time of 200 milliseconds to peered nodes
Network segmentation/de-militarised zone from all other networks
Inbound TCP ports 8545, 8546, 1111 and 1888.
Virtual or physical
8 x CPU (or vCPU)
1TB Available Storage
Operating System: Ubuntu 20.04
Node operator to be responsible for hardware, virtualisation (if applicable) and operating system, and for its updates.
Node operator to be responsible for updates to the Redbelly software.
If the Node Operator would like Redbelly support, Redbelly would require access to the node.
Submissions now closed.
Thank for your interest in our Node Operator Program. We have been overwhelmed with responses and will now take some time to work through them.
If you are a professional Node Operator organisation or have expert experience (more than 3 years), please detail that experience, including your personal details, in an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and we may consider including you in the program.
Please join our community channels for updates on when we will open Node Operator submissions in the future.