Chainstack Launches Global Elastic Nodes, Empowering Developers with Most Reliable Infrastructure for Web3

Chainstack Launches Global Elastic Nodes, Empowering Developers with Most Reliable Infrastructure for Web3

UTC by Benjamin Godfrey · 4 min read
Chainstack Launches Global Elastic Nodes, Empowering Developers with Most Reliable Infrastructure for Web3
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Chainstack Global Elastic Nodes are available on a pay-as-you-go basis, making them highly cost-effective for developers.

Chainstack, a leading provider of blockchain infrastructure services, has recently announced the launch of its Global Elastic Nodes. This new offering is set to empower developers with the most reliable infrastructure for Web 3.0, enabling them to build and deploy blockchain applications with ease.

According to the release, the Global Elastic Nodes are designed to provide developers with a highly scalable and flexible infrastructure that can adapt to their changing needs. This means that developers can easily scale up and down their infrastructure as their project requirements change, without having to worry about downtime or performance issues.

Benefits of the Global Elastic Nodes

Global Elastic Nodes are a load-balancing solution that routes API requests to the nearest location. Majorly, one of the benefits is their reliability. Chainstack has designed these nodes for maximized responsiveness, ensuring developers upwards of 99.95% availability for the service. Because the load-balancer can switch between nodes or geographical locations if these are under stress, fail, or experience a lag, developers can deliver powerful user experiences without disruptions.

For example, if a trader is connected to a trading platform and the node is located in New York while the trader is based in Oregon, there might be a delay in executing trades as the application would experience considerable latency. However, with Global Elastic Nodes, developers for the trading platform can ensure users instant trading by routing the connection to the nearest location in Oregon or the closest area, eliminating any potential lag in the application.

Another key advantage of global elastic nodes is their ease of use. The blockchain infrastructure provider has designed the nodes to be simple and intuitive, making it easy for developers to set up and manage their infrastructure. Notably, developers will focus on building and deploying their blockchain applications, rather than worrying about the underlying infrastructure.

Additionally, Chainstack implements a range of security measures to ensure the infrastructure is protected against cyber threats. This includes regular security updates and patches, as well as advanced threat detection and prevention mechanisms.

Interestingly, Chainstack Global Elastic Nodes are available on a pay-as-you-go basis, making them highly cost-effective for developers. Rather than billed based on individual requests, the bill will be based on Request Units which will make it cheaper. Meaning, developers will only pay for the resources they use, without having to worry about upfront costs or long-term contracts.

Speaking on the launch, Eugene Aseev, founder and chief technology officer (CTO) at Chainstack said:

“The launch of our Global Elastic Nodes marks a significant leap forward in empowering developers with unprecedented reliability to build on Web 3.0.”

“With Global Elastic Nodes, developers can expect an industry-leading performance that will enable them to unlock the next level in decentralized applications (Dapps) development. We have worked to provide a state-of-the-art solution, and optimized for pricing to make sure the community can harness its full advantages moving forward.”

In conclusion, the launch of the Global Elastic Nodes is set to empower developers with the most reliable infrastructure for Web 3.0. With its highly reliable, scalable, and secure infrastructure, Chainstack is well-positioned to support the growing demand for blockchain applications across a range of industries.

Web 3.0 Startups Active on Node Infrastructure Rollout

Beyond Chainstack, other emerging Web 3.0 startups are also serious about their node service rollout at this time.

Recall that a few months ago, Zeeve, the platform for institutional staking and managed blockchain infrastructure announced support for Coreum mainnet validator nodes into its platform, enabling users to deploy validator nodes on Coreum with just a few clicks. As a prominent player in the Web 3.0 infrastructure space, Zeeve has deployed over 4000 nodes across over 40 protocols, demonstrating their expertise and dedication to the industry.

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