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Can a validator be run on a consumer PC?

To be a validator, do you need a server, or is it possible with a normal PC? As long as it meets the requirements, it should be ok, right?

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Posted one year ago
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There is a difference between technically possible and realistically possible. As long as you fulfill all of the tech requirements of a validator, then yes you could technically run a validator.

However, a realistic long-term solution requires a proper server and a data-center. Consumer PCs are not designed for such workload and stability. You do not want to pay for downtime with your TON stake.

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