Changing Validator Information

You can edit your validator’s information using the CLI with the following command.

Using the Binary:

./hmy --node="" staking edit-validator \
--validator-addr [ONE ADDRESS] [FIELDS TO EDIT] --passphrase

Using the Shell Wrapper:

./ -- node="" staking edit-validator \
--validator-addr [ONE ADDRESS] [FIELDS TO EDIT] --passphrase

The CLI will prompt you to enter your BLS key file password. Only the --validator-addr field is required; all other fields are optional.

  • --validator-addr is the validator ONE address that you want to edit (string)

  • --active to set validator as eligible or not to be elected (bool)

  • --name to change the name displayed on the Staking Explorer (string)

  • --identity to change the identity field (string)

  • --website to change the website field (string)

  • --details to change the details field (string)

  • --security-contact to change the security contact field (string)

  • --rate to change the current commission rate (float)

  • --min-self-delegation to change the minimum stake by the validator (float)

  • --max-total-delegation to change the maximum stake that the validator can take (float)

  • --remove-bls-key to remove a BLS public key associated with your validator (string)

  • --add-bls-key to add another BLS public key to your validator (string)

--validator-addris the only field that is required.

Sending the command without the arguments will leave those fields of your validator as is.

--max-rate and --max-change-rate cannot be changed later.

--min-self-delegation has to be at least 10,000 ONE.