|spc host -v||Detailed current settings.|
|spc host config acceptingcontracts [true | false]||Enables / disables new contracts|
|spc host config maxduration ||Maximum contract duration in blocks. Host accepts anything below|
|spc host config maxdownloadbatchsize ||Maximum number of bytes allowed in a single download request|
|spc host config netaddress [xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:4282]||Specify host announce address and port or dynamic address|
|spc host config windowsize ||Time to provide storage proof at contract end (blocks). Increase to ensure you don’t miss storage proofs but renters may avoid the host|
|spc host config collateral [10000SCP]||Amount of SCP per TB/month|
|spc host config collateralbudget [50000SCP]||Maximum total collateral put up for all contracts|
|spc host config maxcollateral [25000SCP]||Maximum collateral put up for any single contract|
|spc host config mincontractprice [20mS]||Minimum contract fee to cover transactions fees|
|spc host config minstorageprice [5000SCP]||Storage price per TB/month|
|spc host config mindownloadbandwidthprice [100SCP]||Download bandwidth price|
|spc host config minuploadbandwidthprice [100SCP]||Upload bandwidth price|
|spc host announce||Broadcast a new host to the network or re-announce an existing host|
The core protocol includes a sophisticated scoring system that heavily weights toward high uptime/availability. The SiaPrime software direction includes additional scoring of performance and capability to match customers with the best possible storage based on use case. Better performing host nodes will earn a higher % of the revenue sharing program. Nodes can apply for bonus incentives here https://siaprime.net/nodeapply/
Contracts are formed at the going rate and are locked until the agreed upon expiration. Our business customers are unaffected by underlying price changes while hosts accept the risk of coin price volatility. Storage nodes typically adjust pricing to match current exchange rates.
In the United States; hosts are considered safe from user submitted content under section 512 of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act. Storage providers, websites and ISPs (Internet Service Providers) are considered protected under 230(c)(1) of the Communications Decency Act. No cases in the US have specifically accused websites of CP. Section 230©(1) is considered a “safe harbor” but has never been tried in a court of law.
In the European union; hosts may be protected by Directive 2000/31/EC as long as they meet certain criteria.
For additional information, contact a legal professional.
Host nodes are the backbone of our cloud and allow anyone to turn extra hard drive space into income with no little additional cost. In addition to fees earned when the space is used, nodes also share in revenues generated from our business customers.Hosting takes up few resources on a dedicated computer platform but the configuration needs to remain online and accessible as close to 24/7 as possible