The Subspace Network is an ambitious layer zero protocol which is the first scalable, secure, & decentralized infrastructure layer for the Web3 ecosystems.
❓ Learn About the Subspace Network
- What is the Subspace Network
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Rewards & Fees on the Subspace Network
- Subspace Forum - Knowledge-Sharing Platform
- Whitepaper - Summarized
- Whitepaper - Full Length
🤝 Participate on the Subspace Network
Become a farmer
Farmers on the Subspace Network are responsible for maintaining consensus, they do this by securing the consensus chain. A farmer plots pieces of archival history to disk, farms the created plot for block and vote rewards, and joins the DSN as a node for data retrieval.
Choose one of the following methods to start farming on the Network (from easy to more complex):
Become a nominator
Farmers can nominate operators and back them with their tokens, increasing their stake and chance of being elected as slot leaders. Generally speaking, any SSC token holder can stake their tokens by nominating a domain operator without having to become an operator or farmer themselves. Nominators earn staking rewards, proportional to their staking amount and pay the nominator a pre-agreed tax on them.
Become an operator
Operators are responsible for validating and executing transactions, producing execution receipts, applying state transitions and earn rewards for their work.
Become a timekeeper
Timekeepers on the Subspace Network are responsible for running the Proof-of-Time chain and maintaining the randomness beacon for the consensus chain.
📖 Develop on The Subspace Network
Utilize the EVM Domain
The Subspace Network hosts an EVM (Ethereum Virtual Machine), that allows you to deploy your smart contracts.
Utilize the Core Protocol
The Subspace Network aims to provide an amazing developer experience to anyone who wishes to build on top of the protocol. As such we have started working on a variety of tools to assist and promote development on our network.