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**What's the problem? (required)**
Transcoders have to make sure they call `reward` for every round in the protocol. This logic is built into the `go-livepeer` codebase so it should be done automatically. However, a few different reasons can stop the automated calling behavior in the Livepeer node.
**What's the current behavior? (required)**
Nothing happens if a transcoder misses a `reward` call.
**Describe a possible solution you've considered (optional)**
There should be a monitoring tool that sends out alerts if transcoders miss `reward` calls. This tool can start with the following feature:
* Allow anyone to opt into an email alert for when any transcoder has not called `reward` for the current round
* This email alert can be scheduled for a specific time everyday.
**Additional context (optional)**
The [livepeerjs sdk](https://github.com/livepeer/livepeerjs/tree/master/packages/sdk) gives you an easy way to query the information that lives on the blockchain. There are examples in the `explorer` package (which uses the [graphql sdk](https://github.com/livepeer/livepeerjs/tree/master/packages/graphql-sdk) to interact with the blockchain and load data).
**Note for bounty hunter**
The tool can live as a stand-alone app, using APIs like Mailgun to send out emails.