Hi, I’m interested in running a participation node using a Raspberry Pi (e.g. model 4B 2GB) and a Ledger Nano X. I came across the tutorial Participate in Consensus from Ledger Nano S/X which states:
If you have a low stake account, you may be able to use a Raspberry Pi 4 for this purpose.
I have a few questions regarding this statement:
- What is considered a low stake account? Are we talking about 10s, 100s, 1000s, … of ALGOs?
- The statement seems to indicate a connection between stake and required processing power for running a participation node. If that’s the case, what’s the maximum recommended stake for running on a Raspberry Pi 4 (using an SSD for storage)?
- Is there a recommended minimum stake for which participating in consensus is considered worthwhile?
Thanks in advance for any insights!