The Interptr Network
With dedicated GPU servers in Europe and on each of the US East and West coasts, Interptr has been online 24/7 since March of 2021 and is committed to providing fast and reliable live-stream transcoding for broadcasters as well as a great value proposition for delegators.
In the last six months of 2021, Interptr collected nearly 2 ETH in fees from broadcasters and shared 75% of our earnings with delegators! This sharing structure, consisting of our fee cut of 25% and 4% reward cut, is one of the most generous among all top performing Orchestrators. We also call ‘reward’ for inflationary LPT daily, and we’ve already claimed 17 ‘winning tickets’ ( totaling > 1.45 ETH ) as payment for transcoding work performed in just the first six months of 2022. Four of these ( .54 ETH ) were claimed in January/February before the Arbitrum migration, and so aren’t reported on the new explorer. With your stake, we can bring more work to the Interptr transcoding nodes and generate even more ETH to share!
Feel free to @ message us on the livepeer Discord (@_ptr | interptr.eth) if you need help getting LPT onto the Arbitrum network.
( Disclaimer: The transcoding fees ( in ETH ) are split according to % of LPT delegated – which includes our own self-stake of ~90 LPT which we’ve put in to kick start work to our nodes )
Interptr is currently in the top 10 in daily and weekly average performance globally and working hard to get back to our previous #1 spot, which we held for most of Q4 2021. You can check the current leaderboard here.
Our scores haven’t gone down, but many other orchestrators have expanded to cover more of the globe and so are currently scored higher than our average ~9.25 out of 10. We’re planning to expand to more nodes in later this year!
Staking is as easy as connecting your wallet containing LivePeer tokens, selecting the amount and confirming – MetaMask, WalletConnect, Coinbase Wallet, Fortmatic, and Portis wallets are all supported :
For more in-depth information about staking with the Livepeer network, you can: