Introducing the Quantstamp Node Box

Quantstamp Announcements
September 17, 2019

Today we’re introducing the Quantstamp Node Box, a compact computing platform which makes it easy to run the  node software for the decentralized Quantstamp Security Network. The Quantstamp Node Box is a general purpose computing platform which make it easier than ever to run a decentralized node on  the Quantstamp Security Network.

Designed for the Quantstamp Security Network

As a decentralized, open source project, anyone can run a distributed node and earn QSP on the Quantstamp Security Network. While it’s possible to use your own hardware, you may not want to use up resources on your main computer, or you may not meet the hardware requirements to run the node software.

The Quantstamp Node Box is a low-profile general purpose computer which makes it easy to run Quantstamp Security Network node software. It has compact dimensions (117mm x 112.0mm x 39.0mm), a powerful Core i3 processor, 128GB M.2 SSD and 16GB of DDR4 memory. It also comes pre-loaded with Ubuntu Linux and Docker to simplify the node setup process. 

Users just need to load the latest Quantstamp node release and follow these instructions to start earning QSP for helping scale smart contract security.

Slim Profile

Its slim profile and ability to operate (after setup) without a monitor, or even keyboard attached, means it occupies minimal space on your desktop. Simply plug in an external monitor, keyboard and mouse to set up the node, and then remove them when the node is set up and running. You can even mount the node box behind VESA-compatible monitors with the included mounting bracket to maximize desktop space further. 

Specifications

The Quantstamp Node Box is available for order now for a price of $699 USD with FREE international shipping. 

Payment accepted: QSP (Valuated at market price, time of payment)


Quantstamp Announcements
September 17, 2019

Today we’re introducing the Quantstamp Node Box, a compact computing platform which makes it easy to run the  node software for the decentralized Quantstamp Security Network. The Quantstamp Node Box is a general purpose computing platform which make it easier than ever to run a decentralized node on  the Quantstamp Security Network.

Designed for the Quantstamp Security Network

As a decentralized, open source project, anyone can run a distributed node and earn QSP on the Quantstamp Security Network. While it’s possible to use your own hardware, you may not want to use up resources on your main computer, or you may not meet the hardware requirements to run the node software.

The Quantstamp Node Box is a low-profile general purpose computer which makes it easy to run Quantstamp Security Network node software. It has compact dimensions (117mm x 112.0mm x 39.0mm), a powerful Core i3 processor, 128GB M.2 SSD and 16GB of DDR4 memory. It also comes pre-loaded with Ubuntu Linux and Docker to simplify the node setup process. 

Users just need to load the latest Quantstamp node release and follow these instructions to start earning QSP for helping scale smart contract security.

Slim Profile

Its slim profile and ability to operate (after setup) without a monitor, or even keyboard attached, means it occupies minimal space on your desktop. Simply plug in an external monitor, keyboard and mouse to set up the node, and then remove them when the node is set up and running. You can even mount the node box behind VESA-compatible monitors with the included mounting bracket to maximize desktop space further. 

Specifications

The Quantstamp Node Box is available for order now for a price of $699 USD with FREE international shipping. 

Payment accepted: QSP (Valuated at market price, time of payment)


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