Mining & Rewards

Who are the most suitable miners for Meson Network?

  • Constant bandwidth users
  • Static IP for home users
  • IoT devices' owners
  • Dedicated servers' owners
  • IDC servers' (corporation/organization/schools) owners.

They are welcomed to become our most stable terminals suppliers. As a result, by making the most use of these idle resources, it becomes an economical and healthy model according to the blueprint and positioning of Meson Network Project.


  • A Static(Public) IP or A DHCP Reservation
  • Opening the port of the firewall (default: 443, support for custom server ports)
  • Providing enough Storage (default minimum requirements: 20G)

Mining Rules

Please check miningrulesopen in new window for details.

Mining Score = Bandwidth Score * Storage Score * Credit Score

Basically, Bandwidth is the most important related fact for BandwidthScore.

And, Storage Space is necessary to cache the files for StorageScore.

In addition, standing and stable servers will have a higher CreditScore.

Also, there will be some reward adjustments for servers in different regions.

Mining ScoreMining Score = Bandwidth Score * Storage Score * Credit Score
Percentage of earning of some mining node
Bandwidth Score
Bandwidth Upper BoundBandwidth score won't increase after bandwidth reaching 1500 Mb/s
Storage Score
Minium Storage Requirement20GB
Credit Score
If your node is online and stable, the credit will increase gradually until maximum value 10000000 When your node goes offline the credit will decrease gradually until 0. Makes your node stable to get more token.
ExampleIf your bandwidth is 200Mb/s, "Bandwidth score" will be 200
If you set storage to 60GB, "Storage score" will be 0.85
If your credit is 500000, "Credit score" will be 0.7
Mining score = 200 * 0.85 * 0.7 = 119

All the Testnet Tokens will be mapped to 1% of the Mainnet Tokens. according to FAQ-Token, there will be 100,000,000 initial Meson Tokens, of which there will be 1,000,000 Tokens are used as the exchange of Testnet Tokens.

Your Mainnet Tokens = (Your Testnet Tokens / All Testnet Tokens) * (1% * All Mainnet Tokens) = (Your Testnet Tokens / All Testnet Tokens) * 1,000,000

For example, let's assume there will be total 160,000,000 Testnet Tokens at last, and you have 2,000,000 Testnet Tokens that time, then you will get (2,000,000 / 160,000,000) * 1,000,000 = 12,500 Mainnet Tokens.