How Crypto Validators Validate Transactions?

Crypto validators, also known as "stakers," are individuals or entities that hold and validate transactions on a blockchain network. They do this by putting up a stake, or a deposit of cryptocurrency, as collateral to participate in the validation process. The validation process is typically done through a consensus mechanism, such as proof-of-stake or delegation, to ensure the integrity of the blockchain. In return for their validation services, validators typically receive rewards from transaction fees and a new cryptocurrency. Types…