Polygon Validator Node Service by Dysnix

Experience the quality of a custom blockchain infrastructure and professional-grade support.

Why choose Dysnix for the development and running of the Polygon validator node

Expertise in Polygon
Our DevOps forces have examined and researched the Polygon network since its launch.
Bespoke service
Each project gets a custom set of services tailored to its' budget, needs, and goals.
Proven track record
Creating a Polygon validator node is not new to us, and we can prove it with cases and satisfied clients.

What you get with a validator node requested from Dysnix

Advanced security protocols
Protect your node against cyber threats, ensuring the integrity and safety of your operations.
Optimized performance
Experience enhanced transaction processing speeds and reduced latency.
24/7 monitoring and support
If needed, we can cover any issues, minimizing downtime and maintaining continuous network contributions.
Scalable infrastructure
Automatically adjust your node’s capabilities to match your evolving needs.
Compliance and transparency
Complete transparency and compliance with industry norms, giving you peace of mind.
User-friendly interface
Monitor performance, track rewards, and adjust settings with a few clicks.
Meet our CTO to ask any questions regarding Polygon validator node
Daniel Yavorovych
Co-Founder & CTO at and Dysnix

Risks you avoid by using Polygon validator nodes services by Dysnix

Outdated nodes
Even though the node is self-hosted, it’ll stay constantly updated.
Unsynced nodes
Your validator node will be 99,99% available. Thus, each operation will be processed and rewarded.
Cloud provider disconnect
Our auto-recovery system sets your validator node back online in minutes if the connection with your cloud provider fails.
3rd party access to validator nodes
We prepare the guide and the setup of the validator nodes so you can deploy them within the most restricted access.
Values delivered by Dysnix as a Web3 infrastructure provider:
  • Our team developed the solution for Web3 within two weeks. It was tested and implemented in 24 hours.
  • Full integration and permanent communication of the Dysnix team into the project as if it was a part of the in-house team.
  • Dysnix went all the way from the testing to production environments: we provided support at all stages of the load tests and were involved in the in-depth debugging processes.
Values delivered by Dysnix:
  • Building of high-available, secure, and scalable server infrastructure for a Fintech product.
  • Effective project management from Dysnix based on the Agile / SCRUM methodologies allowed us to complete the project on time.
  • Complete integration of the Dysnix team into the project and the company not as an outsourcer but as a single in-house team is essential at the implementation stage of solutions.
  • Trained the in-house team on how to use the developed solutions.
Values delivered by Dysnix:
  • After high availability scalable server architecture was built, the project could sustain inflow from 5000 RPS.
  • Right from the start, during its first hours in operation, the Token Launch project processed an enormous amount of cryptocurrency and fiat operations.
  • Successfully carrying out the project's own ICO and the subsequent external ICOs.
Values delivered by Dysnix:
  • Fastest time-to-value: We built a complete infrastructure from scratch in 3 weeks instead of 6 weeks.
  • Implemented variability: We settled up continuous deployment in up to six environments.
  • Options for future improvements: Easy changes, support, and project recovery with Infrastructure as Code in GCP.
  • Continuous cost optimization with ~50% cost decrease based on resource balancing.
Values delivered by Dysnix:
  • Continuous in-house team mentoring and consultancy.
  • Easy changes and support with Infrastructure as Code and Deployment as Code.
  • Fast and solid deployment of multiple environments with similar services.
  • Together with the in-house team, Dysnix continues supporting the project with a high response time for events.
Values delivered by Dysnix:
  • The Dysnix team provided comprehensive analysis and recommendations for building a highly available client-server architecture that can process any number of smart contracts.
  • We provided advice on building a secure environment at all project stages.
  • The Dysnix team participated in developing project documentation for the exchange as one of the smart contract platforms.
Values delivered by Dysnix as a Web3 infrastructure company:
  • A highly-available, secure, multi-zone, and scalable server infrastructure for a Blockchain-ETL platform.
  • 70% savings in terms of the project's TCO.
  • Trained the in-house team on how to use the developed solutions.
  • The Dysnix team continues to support the project and regularly improve it.
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Chief Solutions Architect, Nansen.ai
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Dysnix has delivered a functional, operational, fail-safe, and reliable Ronin blockchain validator node, thanks to their strong understanding of the client's requirements and policies. They are receptive to client input and feedback and are eager to accommodate requests and changes to the scope.
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Dysnix provided a team of Blockchain experts that was always available to assist the client. They finished a product that presented new features in the company's crypto-asset exchange. As a result, the company now considers their deep involvement as an extension of their own team.
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Dysnix contributed to the successful release of the company's product. They performed a custom auto-scaling solution to reduce the project's costs. The company now has the opportunity to earn a higher income and at the same time increase its likeability with speed and security as main offers.
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FAQ for your convenience

What are Polygon Validator Nodes?

Polygon Validator Nodes are essential components of the Polygon network, responsible for validating transactions and maintaining the integrity of the blockchain. They secure the network through the Proof-of-Stake (PoS) consensus mechanism.

How do Polygon Validator Nodes contribute to the Polygon network?

Polygon Validator Nodes contribute by validating transactions and creating new blocks. They participate in the PoS consensus, helping to secure the network, achieve consensus, and enhance the overall performance and scalability of the Polygon blockchain.

How can one become a Validator on the Polygon network?

To become a Validator on the Polygon network, individuals typically need to set up a Validator node and stake a certain amount of MATIC, the native cryptocurrency of Polygon. This acts as a form of security deposit. Validators are chosen based on their staked amount and role in securing and validating transactions. One should regularly update the node software to the latest version to ensure security and efficiency.

What is the consensus mechanism used by Polygon Validator Nodes?

The Polygon network employs a hybrid Proof-of-Stake (PoS) consensus mechanism. Polygon Po is a core element of its multi-chain infrastructure. In this system, independent validators are responsible for block production and transaction validation, selected based on their stake in the network. Higher-staked participants have a greater chance of being chosen to create blocks. This PoS-based block production process eliminates the need for energy-intensive mining activities, allowing for faster block creation and confirmation times.

Additionally, Polygon uses a Byzantine Fault Tolerant (BFT) consensus algorithm called Proof-of-Stake Checkpointing, which helps ensure decentralization and prevent any single entity from gaining excessive control. BFT involves a process where network consensus is decided by a selected set of validators who propose and vote on checkpoints. These checkpoints are periodically added to the Ethereum mainnet, providing a secure anchoring point for the Polygon PoS network.

What incentives do Polygon Validators receive?

  • Staking rewards: Polygon has allocated 12% of its total supply of 10 billion MATIC tokens to fund staking rewards over an initial five-year period. This amounts to 1.2 billion MATIC tokens set aside as incentives for network validators and delegators​​​​.
  • Commission on delegations: As a validator, you can set your own commission rate for accepting delegations to your node. This means that apart from the staking rewards, validators can earn additional income from the fees paid by delegators who choose to stake their MATIC tokens with them​​.
  • Transaction fees: Following the initial five-year period of staking rewards distribution, validator nodes will be rewarded from the transaction fees collected by the Polygon network for processing transactions. This provides a continuous incentive for validators to maintain the network effectively​​.
  • Network governance participation: Validators also enjoy special privileges on Polygon's Proof of Stake (PoS) network. They are crucial in implementing Polygon Improvement Proposals (PIPs) and contribute to the network's decentralization. This governance aspect, while not directly monetary, is a significant incentive for validators as it gives them a say in the future direction and development of the network​​.
  • Reduced environmental impact: Staking on Polygon doesn’t require energy-intensive computers, which lessens the environmental impact and potentially reduces operational costs for validators​​.

Is there a minimum stake requirement for running a Polygon Validator Node?

The documentation here says that the minimum is 1 MATIC, while another FAQ tells us about at least 10 MATIC. It’s better to consult with the support each time you plan to launch a new validator node. Besides, the golden rule of “the more—the better” will also work here

How does decentralization work in the context of Polygon Validator Nodes?

  • Validators' role: Validators on Polygon are participants who lock up MATIC tokens and run nodes to help operate the network. They play a crucial role in securing the network and receive rewards for their contribution.
  • Geographical and cloud provider distribution: The validator nodes on Polygon are distributed across various states and jurisdictions, with no single country dominating the network. Additionally, these nodes are hosted on multiple cloud providers, further enhancing decentralization.
  • Staking distribution and validator diversity: The staking across validators is diverse, with no small set of validators dominating. The network caps the number of validators at 100, which includes a mix of different entities, reducing the risk of collusion.
  • Governance and decentralization efforts: Polygon actively involves the community in decision-making processes.
  • Validator performance framework: Polygon monitors and evaluates the performance of validators. This framework helps maintain network integrity and encourages decentralization by ensuring validators meet performance standards.

Are there different types of Polygon Validators?

In the Polygon network, all validators essentially perform the same core function, but they may vary in their operational setup, geographic location, and staking amount. Each validator locks up MATIC tokens and operates two types of nodes: Heimdall validator nodes and Bor block producer nodes, contributing to the network's security and transaction processing. 

The network evaluates decentralization based on validators' geographical distribution, cloud provider diversity, staking distribution, and governance structure. The number of validators is capped to prevent collusion and ensure a broad distribution of validating power, maintaining a balance between decentralization, efficiency, and scalability.