~/.dnode/config/path and contains the key file:
priv_validator_key.json- private key of validator, backup it and don't miss, as it's the only way to access your validator.
priv_validator_key.jsonand store it in a safe place.
amount- sXFI amount to self-stake, currently requires 2500.0 sXFI to up validator.
pubkey- validator consensus public key received during
dnode tendermint show-validatorcommand.
moniker- your dnode moniker, use one you used during
dnode init <moniker>command. You can see it in
commission-rate- how much your validator is going to take a commission from received rewards/fees, currently 10%.
commission-max-rate- maximum that validator can take as comission.
commission-max-change-rate- how percent per day validator can change comission, currently 1% per day.
from- an account that is going to send transaction and will self-stake coins for your validator, also, you can use this account to manage your validator later.
max_bonding_delegations_lvlis indeed the amount of your maximum bonding level in sXFI. To increase your max bonding level, delegate more sXFI from your account.
moniker- moniker of your validator.
website- website of your validator.
details- few words about you.
security-contact- a way to send your email/message.
add a PGP keyand follow instructions.
--min-self-delegation), you can change it also, as more self delegation you have, as more trust you will have in eyes of delegators. You can only increase
Bonded (2)- active validators in the top 31. Generate blocks, receiving rewards and fees.
Unbonded (0)- validators that don't have enough voting power to be in the top 31. Means, can't generate new blocks, get rewards, etc.
Unbonding (1)- once validator leaves top 31 it becomes unbonding, means, validator and all delegators have to wait during unbonding time to get XFI back, or just redelegate them now. You can read about unbonding period in [delegation manual](/staking/delegate_dfi.md#how-to-unbond-(undelegate)).
--min-self-delegationparameter). In such a case the validator will be also