Is DAppNode mini capable of running ETH 1 and ETH 2?

I’m not that good with configuring stuff. I don’t want to waste my life in command line, one click install is what appeals to me much more :slight_smile:

I like the value proposition of: DAppNodeMini – DAppNode

A few questions:

  1. Can I run ETH 1 client?

  2. Can I run ETH 2 staking?

  3. Can I join ETH 2 testnet now?

  4. Which flavour underneath? ETH2 Clients | Ethereum Wiki - I’ve heard that Prysm has too much dominance, which is not good for slashing / penalties.

Thank you for helping!


Some research about staking hardware:

  • https://kb.beaconcha.in/staking-and-hardware
  • https://www.reddit.com/r/ethstaker/comments/ggmbvd/a_comprehensive_look_at_hardware_for_staking/
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  1. Yes

  2. Yes

  3. Yes

  4. Prism and lighthouse

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Hi @Mars,

As @Patrickayelle has kindly answered you can do everything you where expecting to do in our beloved DAppNode Mini :blush:

Regarding validators we already count with the very well known Prysm and Lighthouse, and we keep an eye in other projects such as Nimbus and Lodestar.

Thanks a lot for reaching to us here!! Keep around for more updates on DAppNode and feel free to let us know about your findings once your DAppNode Mini is up and running :call_me_hand:

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Some good tutorial here: https://medium.com/@RaymondDurk/how-to-stake-for-ethereum-2-0-with-dappnode-231fa7689c02

Bonus question: is it possible to run multiple validators on the same box?

Just use different keystore paths and you’ll be fine.

You can use a single validator process for multiple stakes.

Is Dappnode supporting that?

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Hey Mars!
If what you are referring is to do the validation process with 2 or more 32 ETH stakes… absolutely! Some community members are running 800 testnet validators in the same machine :laughing:

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