Soon we will have another batch open, so if you missed the first round of node operator applications — stay tuned!
Requirements for becoming a node operator
All interested Polygon node operators are welcome to join Lido as a Node Operator.
Our friends from Lido pointed out here what requirements one needs to meet to apply.
After application, the process that follows is quite simple: applications will be evaluated by the Lido Node Operator Sub-governance Group (LNOSG) and a proposed shortlist will be sent to the DAO for approval. Once approved, onboarding new operators usually take 1–2 weeks.
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