[bisq-network/bisq-docs] Updating the "How to Seednode" docs (#148)

Florian Reimair notifications at github.com
Mon Aug 5 19:49:52 UTC 2019

freimair commented on this pull request.

-A default seed node can be blocked by a network message in case the seed node does not fulfill the required quality.
+- find yourself a deputy in case you are not available (travel, holiday, others, ...). Usually, one of the developers is there to help. Just inform them on your setup and all is good.
+- keep the server up and running, including patching and hardening the operating system
+- keep the seed node software up to date
+- keep an eye on Bisq's communication channels for updates, issues, countermeasures,... (see <<Getting in Touch>>)
+- keep an eye on the logs of the seed node and the operating system, and act if something shows up
+- if necessary, report and escalate (see <<Getting in Touch>>)
+- set up a bond of 20000 BSQ to get the privilege to run a seed node. In case of severe failure of service, the bond gets confiscated (burned).

I disagree as different locales handle these separators differently. In large portions of Europe, for example, the default number format is 20.000,00 for "twenty-thousand point zero". Yes, the text is English but imho this is more confusing than not adding any aid. I add the number spelled in words to clarify.

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