Witnessnode operates the Unichain network
Validators - witnessnode owners, who generate blocks and confirm transactions on the Unichain network by maintaining a server and campaigning, will be rewarded by the network.
Validator rewards
What is a validator reward?

Validator reward is a UNW given to transaction validators (node owners) that create blocks on the Unichain network via the DPOS protocol.

How to get rewards?
There are two methods for obtaining network rewards:
1. Create a node or witnessnode to act as a network validator.
2. Vote to authorize the witnessnode.
Delegation program

The MIA foundation's permission program aims to improve decentralization, security, and encourage the creation of nodes/witnessnodes on the Unichain network. Additional UNW will be given to validators on the list.

1. What is a validator?

Validator is an important and necessary component of the Unichain network. Validator generates blocks and confirms transactions, allowing the Unichain network to run at a high speed.

2. Why should I run a validator witnessnode?

Validators will obtain UNW if they participate in the network's operation and security. The white paper shows the percentage of rewards in the economic plan (about 2 percent per year). Decentralization and democracy are promoted through validator witness nodes.

3. Who can run a validator node?


4. How do I run a validator node/witnessnode?

Through the manual, you must see the stages and technical prerequisites.

5. How to join validator community on Unichain network?

Join the Univalidator community and receive direct, rapid support as well as the most up-to-date information by creating an account.

6. What is the MIA Foundation's delegated program?

The MIA Foundation has created a campaign to incentivize validators to establish witnessnodes by offering UNW prizes.

Validators explorer
Register to participate in the Unichain network's validator network to see a list of validators and their rankings, as well as information regarding the reward ratio between voter and witnessnode holders.