6.1. Role of Node

6.1.1. The role and meaning of Nodes

Layer 1 blockchain projects with a mainnet record transaction details in the ledger and create blocks, so they operate validator nodes scattered in several places to compare the ledger to determine the authenticity of the generated block. . In simple terms, it can be seen that the bitcoin miner acts as a node.
However, in the case of a project like Liquid Prime, since the mainnet uses the Ethereum blockchain and already operates a validator node in Ethereum, it would be difficult to see it as a node of the same concept. The most important value for Liquid Prime is that contributors in this ecosystem purchase a fund token called ALPHA and provide liquidity to the LQD token, which is the core asset that allows fund managers to generate profits by managing deposited assets.

6.1.2. Node Meaning: Liquidity Provider

Nodes provide fund products that form the basis of the Liquid Prime ecosystem and abundant liquidity to the Liquid Prime ecosystem, thereby contributing to the vitalization of the Liquid Prime ecosystem to distribute various fees generated from the fund and profits from fund operation. means that there is a qualification distinct from Owning a node also qualifies as a verified contributor to distribute the benefits of the Liquid Prime platform.

6.1.3. Node Supply Quantity

A total of 40,000 big nodes are limited in Liquid Prime, and one big node consists of 10 small nodes. And ALPHA investors get node qualification when they pay for the node amount with Ethereum through the node wallet or purchase and pay a certain amount of LQD token from mining or exchanges.