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New Release: Rangers Protocol Launches Node Management Platform v.1.0

A Node Management Platform, a multi-functional tool to provide comprehensive support in node management launches on Rangers Protocol with two services already live. The new tool further completes the Rangers Protocol toolset while heralding the beginning of Rangers Protocol’s next significant move.

A new Node Management Platform is officially released on Rangers Protocol today, on June 9, to provide its users with comprehensive node management services. The Node Management Platform is another valuable tool launched on the Rangers Protocol mainnet following the previous Rangers Connector’s cross-chain tools, Rangers Scan, Miner Console, and Rangers Claim, constituting a complete Rangers Protocol toolset.

What’s on the Node Management Platform?

Node Rental Service

The Node Management Platform currently includes the node hosting interface, which offers node rental services to assist users in becoming Rangers Protocol verification nodes.

Users who are not yet Rangers Protocol nodes can easily rent node hardware through the provided hardware rental services by following the detailed Node Hosting Guide. And they can visit the Miner Console page afterward to submit miner applications, stake and unstake, and conduct other operations.

Real-Time Node Data

The Node Management Platform provides first-hand real-time node information as well, including the TVL (total value locked) of both proposal nodes and verifications nodes staking across the Rangers Protocol mainnet. Users are free to check the most timely node information directly in our decentralized network.

What’s so good about it?

Free to Join, Easy to Use

The new tool of Node Management Platform is marked by features of simple registration, simplified process, and one-click top-up, enabling hassle-free mining where users can rent compatible node hardware and enjoy mining at ease.

The simple registration setting allows users to register simply with their emails, which is naturally friendly to vast Web2 users. Also, the node hosting function supports a direct renting of hardware services, eliminating the tedious process of hardware configuration. And for the node rental fee, one simple click is all that is needed to pull a deposit directly from the wallet.

Affordable and Effortless Mining

Rangers Protocol’s Node Management Platform is genuinely user-friendly not only for its convenient node rental services but also for its fair price of 300 $USDT per month currently, which is cheaper than the rest of the competitors in the industry, lowering the usage threshold for vast users.

Long-term and Sustainable Development

Outstanding developers have been continuously joining Rangers Protocol’s ecosystem and cooperating on dApp development with its comprehensive development tools. The freshly launched Node Management Platform is just one perfect illustration of these developers’ efforts.

Next, existing node management tools launched on the Rangers Protocol mainnet, notably the Minor Consol, will be upgraded and integrated into the Node Management Platform to provide users with one-stop access to all functionally related tools.

Meanwhile, the Node Management Platform will be continuously enriched with new applications, such as the upcoming Delegated Staking System, by more developers joining through an innovative development format, which is the next significant move of Rangers Protocol.

With the Node Management Platform being successfully built and released, the soon-to-be-announced development program has gotten off to a flying start.

More information about the upcoming plan will be released soon. Stay tuned and be the first ones to know the latest progress.

About Rangers Protocol

Rangers Protocol is a Metaverse blockchain infrastructure. It is a high-performance engine for complex development and data migration. Rangers Protocol is fully compatible with Ethereum, professionally supports NFT and complex applications, and integrates and expands cross-chain, NFT, EVM, and distributed network protocols.

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