Would that require the contributors to find another service node then if they wished to continue staking? So after 15 days they would have to go their wallet and reassign the requisite Loki amount to another operator?
If an operator stops staking and I'm a contributor does it tell me that they've stopped staking when I open my wallet? If not, where does it tell me? I'm just enquiring in case this happens when I'm out the country.
If the operator stops the node and doesn’t send an uptime for 2hrs - the node changes state, stops earning rewards. At this stage it starts eating into any uptime credits that the node has earned (the longer it’s up, the more accrued- max of 48hrs)
If they request an unlock you’ll get your funds unlocked in 15 days as usual. If they stop providing the service they will be derigistered by penalty. It means you’ll get your funds unlocked in 30 days, but won’t be getting rewards during this period
We're putting some new rules in decommissioning/recommissioning for the next hard fork:https://github.com/loki-project/loki-core/pull/1204Basically when you get recommissioned instead of losing all your credit, you'll now lose 2 blocks of credit for every block you were decommissioned. Which means, for example, if you get decommed with 1000 blocks of credit, fix it quickly and get recommed after 30 blocks, you'd get recommissioned with 940 blocks of credit.