Yes, Radix Tokens (Jersey) Limited (RTJL), which is a subsidiary of the Radix Foundation, operates validator nodes to provide support to network reliability and security. These nodes are not special in any way - they are simply nodes that RTJL operates as part of its mission to support Radix and the Radix ecosystem. They are intended to provide a multi-region, redundant set of high-reliability nodes alongside other nodes run by the community. RTJL’s nodes will not accept any community stake - only its own.
To see the current nodes operated by the Radix Foundation, see the Radix Dashboard.
- What is the Radix Foundation’s policy on staking & node-running?
- Does the Radix Foundation operate validator nodes?
- Does the Radix Foundation stake its own XRD holdings? To which validators?
- Does the Radix Foundation receive incentive rewards from staking and validator node-running?
- Do validator nodes operated by the Radix Foundation accept delegated stake from the community?