Running a validator on the Microtick network involves three steps: syncing a node to the network, obtaining native staking tokens, and creating a validator.
Running a local development environment on your own hardware is the best way to become familiar with the moving parts of the system. Here's how to spin up a completely local development machine where you can experiment around without risking any real tokens.
The Microtick GUI is a trading interface that allows you to create a hardware or software wallet, fund it and place trades. It provides a view into the market dynamics that is both educational and informative.
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