Private Sets

Private Sets enable users to put together arbitrary groupings of Ethereum validators, and to easily track aggregated statistics of these persistent clusters.

Introducing Private Sets

Private sets empower organizations to implement sophisticated monitoring strategies, including A/B testing, performance benchmarking, and multivariate analysis.

By organizing validators into private sets, orgs can execute controlled experiments and analyses to assess various aspects of their validators' performance. This strategic grouping not only enhances the understanding of individual and collective validator efficiency but also informs decisions aimed at optimizing overall performance.

Head to our Private Sets guide to get a detailed walk through on how to create and manage tags and call the sets performance and rewards endpoints.

Build tier orgs can create upto 4 tags while Growth tier orgs can create upto 20 tags.

You can add upto 1,000 validators at a time with an upper bound of 15,000 validators per tag. If you'd like to add more than that per tag, please reach out to us at!

Note that removing a validator key from a tag has the same impact on the historical performance of the private set as exiting your key from a cluster would ie, the exited key still impacts the historical view of the set's perfomance.

As a reminder, note that this page only walks you through the creation and management of your tags, which is a precursor to calling the set's performance and rewards endpoints. You can find the effectiveness endpoint for sets here, and rewards endpoint for sets here or head to our Private Sets user guide!

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