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IOTA pooled validator nodes refer to a specific type of node that is used within the IOTA distributed ledger technology (DLT) network. In the IOTA network, nodes are the computers or devices that participate in the network and help to validate and propagate transactions. Validator nodes are a specific type of node that are responsible for verifying the validity of transactions and adding them to the network's ledger.

Pooled validator nodes are a type of validator node that are managed and operated by a group, or pool, of individuals or organizations. In contrast to standalone validator nodes, which are run by a single entity, pooled validator nodes allow multiple parties to share the responsibility and rewards of running a validator node. This can provide a number of benefits, including increased decentralization and security, as well as more efficient use of resources. Additionally, pooled validator nodes can make it easier for smaller entities, such as individual users, to participate in the network as validators.

Overall, IOTA pooled validator nodes are an interesting and innovative approach to distributed ledger technology that can help to improve the security, efficiency, and accessibility of the IOTA network.

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