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Rangers Protocol Launches Node Management Toolset with a New Service Included

The Metaverse blockchain infrastructure Rangers Protocol launches a node network management platform. Along with three previous tools, it also includes the brand-new Add Stakes service.

Node Management Toolset

Rangers Protocol once again proves its wholesome approach to node management, taking mile steps to assist its users in the best way possible and ease the process of becoming and managing nodes.

Last month, Rangers Protocol announced its collaboration with InfStones, the world’s leading blockchain infrastructure provider, providing convenient solutions for users to become Rangers Protocol verification nodes.

This month, Rangers Protocol is ready to present a comprehensive upgrade of its previous node management tools. Rangers Protocol has now created a complete node network management platform — the Rangers Miner Console, where the node operator can monitor the status of the global network and manage the nodes. In the platform, Rangers Protocol has not only gathered its three previously launched extensive tools but also launched a brand-new function.

Previously on Rangers Protocol Node Management


Back in February 2022, Rangers Protocol officially opened the verification nodes application to the public. The Miner Apply function allows all blockchain users to join the Rangers Protocol verification network as verification nodes. It only requires a minimum stake of 400 RPG and a valid reward address to become qualified as a verification node.


Node operators may change their minds midway and are allowed to freely unstake all or part of the previously staked RPGs through Miner Unstake.


Miner Change tool allows changing the node reward receiving address. This tool was presented to node operators to realize the need for asset management.

The New Service

Along with the previous tools above, users of Rangers Miner Console can also enjoy the brand-new innovative function as well.

The new Add Miner Stake function is now released according to the needs of the Rangers Protocol community. It allows users to add staking amount to the operator’s previously established nodes.

How to Add Your Node Stakes?

This is an extremely intuitive process. Although we’re sure you can guess how it’s done yourself, we will still walk you through it.

  • First, enter the Add Miner Stake interface, open your MetaMask extension, and switch to Rangers Protocol Mainnet.

Go to the bottom of scan.rangersprotocol.com to add Rangers Protocol Mainnet configuration to MetaMask extensions in just a few clicks.

  • Then enter the number of RPGs you want to add and confirm.
  • Sign the message on MetaMask, and, voilà, you’re all set.

Why a Platform?

All the tools Rangers Protocol can currently provide, gathered in one inclusive node network management platform, help the node operators to increase the efficiency of their work managing the nodes, while conveniently monitoring the status of the global network.

By creating such a platform, Rangers Protocol aims to provide users with more convenient solutions to quickly build their own nodes with a lower maintenance cost, lowering the threshold of joining the Rangers Protocol verification network.

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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