Devcon VI

How to Run a Validator From Zero on Resource-Constrained and Low Powered Devices
10-13, 10:00–10:50 (America/Bogota), Workshop 3

Our main goal is to contribute to the network decentralization by making it easier and affordable for regular users to run nodes (and staking) on resource-constrained devices as well as helping to test the next major Ethereum upgrade (The Merge).

In this workshop we will show from scratch how to install and set up an Ethereum validator node, from running the Execution Layer + Consensus Layer combo to creating the keys and setup for the validator in order to get it up and running.

Diego Losada holds a Degree in Economics and Business Administration at Universidade de A Coruña (Spain) and has over 15 years of experience in IT Consultancy. His specific expertise in the management area relies on consulting services in Linux administration.

He is the co-founder of EOA Blockchain Labs Spanish company and founder of the "Ethereum on ARM" project in late 2016.

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