Erium has announced the launch of its new plug & play hardware nodes. These devices are designed to make it easy for users to participate in decentralized networks and earn passive income by staking their digital assets.
One of the key features of Erium’s hardware nodes is their ease of use. The plug & play design allows users to set up their node in just a few minutes, without any technical expertise required. The device comes with proprietary software pre-installed and includes an integrated DApp Central platform that allows users to easily install and manage a range of DApps.
Erium’s hardware nodes are compatible with a range of blockchain projects, including Ethereum 2.0, Avalanche, Monero Node, and NEAR Validator, among others. This means that users can run nodes for a wide variety of projects on their Erium Node, further increasing their opportunities to participate in decentralized networks.
In addition to staking and running nodes, Erium’s hardware nodes also offer users the opportunity to use their device to run a range of DApps through its DApp Central platform. The platform includes a range of DApps that can be installed on the Erium Node, providing users with even more opportunities to participate in decentralized networks.
Customize your hardware with upgrade options from Erium. The basic version starts at $1799 excluding VAT and includes an i5 processor, 16GB of RAM, and 1TB of storage. For enhanced power and performance, upgrade to a device with an i9 processor, 64GB of RAM, and 8TB of storage for $5600. Find the perfect solution for your budget and requirements with Erium
Erium’s hardware nodes are also constantly adding new integrations and updates to their proprietary software, ensuring that users have the latest features and functionality. The devices also include automatic updates, ensuring that users are always running the latest version of the software. This not only makes it easy for users to stay up-to-date, but also helps to improve the security and performance of their Erium Node.
Pre-orders for Erium’s hardware nodes are now open at Erium.Zone, and the devices are expected to ship in Q1 of this 2023. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to join the DeFi movement and make the most of your digital assets.