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Solo Staking is the Ethereum Foundation’s “gold standard” for staking ETH. Run Validator nodes on your own infrastructure public cloud or bare metal and stake 32ETH per node.
Launchnodes allows you to choose between Prysmatic or Teku software to be a Solo Staker and run Validator nodes and stake ETH. The Ethereum nodes run on infrastructure you own, while mnemonics, passwords, or public or private keys are never shared with Launchnodes. Your Validator node can connect to your own Beacon node (Prysmatic or Teku) or as a default will connect to Launchnodes ‘always ON’ Beacon Nodes.
Web Call Server supports all popular web technologies for streaming video, such as WebRTC, HLS, RTMP, RTSP, SIP, and WebSocket streaming, which allows delivering a video stream to a wide range of browsers and mobile devices.
Ethereum Validator Node is ranked 25th in AWS Marketplace while Web Call Server 5 is ranked 32nd in AWS Marketplace. Ethereum Validator Node is rated 0.0, while Web Call Server 5 is rated 0.0. On the other hand, Ethereum Validator Node is most compared with , whereas Web Call Server 5 is most compared with .
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