Join keep3r.network as a keeper, help running decentralized infrastructures and get paid for this.
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A "keeper" is a term used to refer to an external person and/or team that executes a job. This can be as simplistic as sending a transaction, or as complex as requiring extensive off-chain logic.
The scope of Keep3r Network is not to manage the jobs themselves, but to allow contracts to register as jobs for keepers, and keepers to register themselves as available to perform jobs.
It is up to the individual keepers to set up their DevOps and infrastructure and create their own rules based on what job they deem profitable.
Each time keepers perform such a job, they are rewarded in either ETH, tokens, or systems native token KP3R. The maximum amount of KP3R to receive is
gasUsed + premium (configurable by governance).
Some jobs might require keepers to have:
– minimum amount of bonded tokens
– minimum amount of fees earned
– minimum time presence in the system
At the simplest level, they require a keeper to be registered in the system.
To join as a keeper, you simply need to call
bond(address,uint). No funds are required to become a keeper, however, certain jobs might require a minimum amount of funds.
bondTime bonding delay (default 3 days) and you can
activate as a keeper.
Learn more about the keepersMore about keeper's lifecycle.
Keep3r Network provides keepers with a list of available jobs. A job is a term used to refer to a smart contract which is awaiting for an external entity to perform an action. Keepers can choose which actions to perform. It might be dictated by job owner restrictions or keeper preferences.
However, action should be performed in "good will" without any malicious intent. For this reason, action is registered as a job keepers can then execute on its contract.
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