Are you tired of not having enough tech skills (or twitter followers) to help Grin grow?
Are you broke like me and everyone else but Elon Musk and the plants based meat eating elites?
Do you want to support Grin?
Say no more! Help me to help you support Grin!
Look, transactions only go through the public nodes before being broadcasted to the network. Besides, the chain has to be downloaded from somewhere, and you don’t want to wait too long to make use of your sweet yellow balance, do you?
We all know that most people just talk and do nothing, and those who only talk love to tell us what to do, without even doing anything. But today, I have the solution for them! I will open, maintain and configure a public Grin node on your behalf for free! Really? Yes! Really! For free!
With the technology of internet coupons developed by the best scientists in the world, people can now afford things that they usually can’t! And we have the best scientist! For only $37 you can help deploy a Grin public Node for a whole year.
Don’t call 1-800-GRIN because that line does not exist, don’t be fooled, instead send your donation to the next address or share your slatepack via DM.
I want to thank those who have supported the initiative. We were able to deploy 20 new nodes in Dallas, Chicago, Amsterdam, San Jose (CA), Ashburn, Atlanta and New York. Another great news, is that thanks to a combined effort of myself and another person, together we covered another year of subscription for all instances. Instances are now secured for 2 years instead of 1 year.
20 new instances is far more than the amount of support I was expecting. I won’t deploying more instances. I will find a way to list the nodes somewhere, their actual height and the amount of network traffic consumed from them. Let’s see what impact these 20 nodes have.
If anyone wants to deploy a new node using the same prices, please let me know I will send the link via DM. The reason I am not posting the link here is because I want to prevent bots from scraping and linking this post.
I see in the future community members gathering together to drink beers, coffee and/tea, and to deploy public nodes. It’s a cheap way to talk about Grin and do something productive and help the network.
I strongly encourage everyone to deploy public nodes everywhere in the world.