Today I receive this mail:
You can now request more than one auth token and set up additional Nodes using the same email address you used previously.
You need a unique auth token for each Node you set up. You can only request one token at a time when using the same email address for an additional Node. We recommend a separate HDD and CPU for each Node you set up. Once your first token is redeemed, you need to request a new auth token; otherwise, the system will reissue the same token.
We need more Nodes and more storage capacity to increase the resiliency and size of the Storj network. Demand for the Tardigrade waitlist is currently exceeding our Node capacity, so please set up more Nodes and refer your friends so that they can be vetted in time for our product launch.
Thanks again for your help building the decentralized future.
The Storj Labs Team
I would like to discuss about another option:
- How about expand existing nodes? (storage space and network thruput) Many SNO can do it easy.
- At this moment some SNO have 100+ Mbit (1Gbit) channels which are used by storagenode not more than 40Mbit, how about utilizing it in a more effective way?
- Some SNO have industrial class hardware and storages (Servers with redundant raid and HA clusters, failover channels), do we have options for this SNO? (I listened on town hall about special offers for Industrial SNO)
About me: I personally have 4 storage nodes on different ISP 1Gbit+500Mbit+1Gbit+100Mbit channels with at list 10+TB per node. I would like to help with expend network capacity but not have more locations, but I can expend existing nodes (storage capacity and network throughput), so another option will be very useful for me and other SNO that can’t set up more nodes but can harden and expand existing.