“EasyNode” on Findora is Now Validator Toolbox

Validator Toolbox

Community Project Becomes an Official Tool for Validators on Findora.

It’s fantastic when community members show their support for Findora and even more special when their talents are used to create something unique. From graphics to videos to tools others can use on Findora, the community’s contributions are recognized and greatly appreciated by everyone.

Sometimes, a contribution can be so valuable that it becomes an official product and part of the project itself, and EasyNode on Findora is the latest example.

A User-Friendly Way to Run a Validator

EasyNode’s Findora toolbox, now simply Findora’s “Validator Toolbox,” is an all-in-one application that simplifies installing and managing a Findora node and validator wallet.

With a user-friendly interface, the toolbox allows users to quickly deploy and configure their own validator node, enabling them to securely participate in the Findora network and earn rewards for their contributions. 

An all-in-one application that simplifies installing and managing a Findora node.

Toolbox Menu

Validator Toolbox – User Friendly Menu

The toolbox provides a range of tools and features, including updating, monitoring information, and managing the validator node, making it an essential tool for anyone looking to participate in the Findora network.

The toolbox will be an official part of a suite of tools for Findora community members. It will be managed and supported by Discreet Labs with close assistance from the original creator, Patrick.

The team at Discreet Labs would like to thank Patrick for his support and hard work. The toolbox will make building and maintaining a node on Findora more intuitive, lowering the learning curve for new validators thus leading to increased decentralization of the network.

About Patrick

Patrick is the original creator of the Validator Toolbox and is a seasoned systems administrator with over 20 years of experience in the field. With a strong background in system-level programming, Patrick has spent the last 15 years honing his skills in this area. 

Over the past three years, he has turned his attention to blockchain technology, where he has been developing installers and interfaces for blockchain validators using Python.

Patrick has also been creating web-based platforms like EasyNode.PRO that provides staking and validator information for various blockchains.


His extensive experience in the industry makes him a valuable asset to any team looking to work with blockchain technology & information.

You can follow Patrick and his EasyNode announcements on Twitter.

Interested in Running a Validator?

Starting a validator on Findora is easy and documentation is available to walk you through the process. Head over to the official documentation and get started today!

About Findora

Findora builds privacy through advanced zero-knowledge proof cryptography. An innovative layer-1, it combines a native UTXO ledger optimized for privacy with an EVM extension for programmability and interoperability. Developers can leverage either model as they build dApps with auditable privacy.

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