Transcoder Campaign: 0x525 - with Telegram Bot


#1

Hi community!
I’ve been following the project for a while now and also took part in the merkle-mine distribution. A few rounds ago, I’ve decided to set up my own transcoder since I was getting tired of the stealthy reward cut increases of the reliable transcoders. And by switching to the low reward cut transcoders, I’ve experienced some missed rounds.

That’s why I’m offering you a reliable & low reward cut transcoder!

Bond to the 0x525 transcoder here:
0x525419ff5707190389bfb5c87c375d710f5fcb0e

  • Reward cut: Set at 0.25% - And I’m planning on keeping it like this

  • Reliable: The transcoder is running with it’s own geth node and several monitoring scripts.
    And it’s not only for my peace of mind: Join the 0x525 Telegram Channel https://t.me/transcoder and get notified by a bot when the transcoder claims the rewards!
    This is fully automated - as soon as the transcoder claims the reward, you’ll get an instant notification with some information and the transaction link:
    Capture

Of course, you will also get notified on any reward cut changes or if the reward call is late (currently set to >500 blocks after the new round started).

So far, my transcoder is up since round 1263 and has been running without any problems.

Feel free to comment if you have any questions or feature requests for the notification bot! You can also find me on the livepeer discord channel.

Thank you!


#2

Sorry for the double post but since I’m a new forum user, I was only allowed to post one picture - so here is an example of a notification if the reward call is late:

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(was just for testing, the warning will only be triggered if the call is >500 blocks late and will be resent every 2 hours)

Bond to the 0x525 transcoder here:
0x525419ff5707190389bfb5c87c375d710f5fcb0e
Join the Telegram Channel:


#3

I really like the “warning” feature if reward hasn’t been called in 500 blocks. Have you considered open sourcing the code for the bot so others could configure it for their own nodes?