June 6, 2024, May payouts complete

Hello! Payouts for the completed month of May are done.

Layer 1

For layer 1 payments, we paid 1,085 unique wallet addresses. There is no specific minimum payment threshold but it appears that for standard payouts, the pipeline was able to pay out for people who earned $12.73 or more.


For zkSync Legacy/Lite payments, we paid 740 unique wallet addresses. Thanks to everyone who helped us keep fees low by adopting zkSync! As a reminder, zkSync Era and Legacy adopters receive a 3% bonus.

For zkSync Era payments, we paid 293 unique wallet addresses. This is once again the most yet, and thank you for volunteering to help us try this new technology! Like zkSync Legacy/Lite, zkSync Era adopters received a 3% bonus. Note that zkSync payments of both kinds are now also subject to a minimum payout threshold. The pipeline paid any zkSync transaction of $0.10 or more.

Two months ago, we said that we intended to disable support for the deprecated zkSync Lite/Legacy and only support zkSync Era going forward now, but we received a lot of feedback. While zkSync Era has many improvements over zkSync Lite, there aren’t as many liquidity pools on zkSync Era yet, and so thanks to your feedback, we are waiting for more maturity on zkSync Era’s ecosystem before we disable zkSync Lite.

If you want to start using zkSync Era, you can do so by modifying your wallet features configuration. The wallet features value is an ordered list and can include multiple values. Here is how you would specify preferring zkSync Era to zkSync Lite/Legacy, and zkSync Lite/Legacy to layer 1 in your config file:

operator.wallet-features: ["zksync-era", "zksync"]

And here is how you would specify it on the command line:


Naturally, you can remove zksync from the comma-separated list if you only want zksync-era.

zkSync Era support in Storj Satellite reminder

As a reminder from last month, if you’ve been waiting, we now support paying your Storj account (on us1.storj.io, ap1.storj.io, or eu1.storj.io) via zkSync Era! Note that we did not and do not intend to add support for zkSync Lite, so be careful of the distinction. Nonetheless, you can now use your storage node earnings to pay your Storj bill if you have one via zkSync Era.

Cost basis tool

Just a reminder that if you want to know the amount of USD a particular storage node payment transaction was considered denominated in, please check out our cost basis tool. You’ll need to enter your payment transaction:


Final thoughts

Across all layers, we paid 2,096 unique addresses. As always, if you have more questions, please make sure you’ve read through our mega FAQ .


This is wonderful information. Once again, thank you very much for continuously sharing open information on the payouts.

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I don’t like to bring this into discussion, but it’s something that I can’t figure it out.
I use an excel spreadsheet to track my earnings, and after I registered all the payout info from all my nodes, after I received the payment for may, I get a 10% discrepancy between what I recieved and what my spreadsheet calculates.
I received 247 Storj into my account, and around that time, they were valued at 133$ on CoinStats.
My calculations says I shoud get 147$.
I can’t understand from were is this discrepancy. I didn’t searched for a Storj - USD official parity used for payouts. If you can point me in the right direction…?
Could there also be a discrepancy between satellites db and my db?

may be you got some hold amount back?


I forgot about that. I believe that’s it. I don’t track it.

You may check the exact price using

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