May 16th, 2023 at 8:58 pm UTC · 4 min read
Zeeve, an ISO 27001, SOC2 Type2, and GDPR-compliant leading platform for managed blockchain Infrastructure has announced its support for Shardeum betanet validator nodes. The integration enables developers and participants to easily deploy and manage Shardeum validator nodes on Zeeve, significantly simplifying the deployment process and increasing access to the Sphinx Betanet.
Shardeum, an EVM-based linearly scalable smart contract platform designed to solve the scalability trilemma of blockchain, recently launched its Sphinx betanet for the public after months of testing and a successful Alphanet. Since its launch, Shardeum has gained significant attention from developers and enthusiasts due to its best-in-class features, such as Dynamic state sharding, auto-scaling, high fairness, and high capacity.
With its integration with Zeeve, early adopters can now easily participate in the network as validators and earn rewards in testnet SHM while enhancing the blockchain’s security and decentralization.
Dr Ravi Chamria, co-founder & CEO of Zeeve, said,
“We are immensely excited to offer this integration with Shardeum, providing a seamless experience for users looking to participate in the Sphinx network. Shardeum’s focus on addressing the critical challenge of blockchain scalability is commendable, and our automated no-code deployment of validator nodes enables early adopters to leverage these advancements without any technical concerns. By eliminating barriers to entry, we aim to inspire more users to engage in Shardeum’s consensus process and contribute to its growth and development.”
Nischal Shetty, the co-founder of Shardeum, said,
“We are thrilled about this integration with Zeeve. It will bring significant benefits to our users and validators, enabling them to easily deploy and manage Shardeum validator nodes on a reliable and secure platform. We believe that this collaboration will accelerate the adoption of our technology and further strengthen the security and decentralization of Shardeum.”
Zeeve’s integration with Shardeum offers several key features for users managing Shardeum validator nodes, including,
Ghan Vashishtha, co-founder & CTO of Zeeve, added,
“Our goal is to make it as easy as possible for users to deploy, manage, and monitor their nodes, and supporting Shardeum betanet is another step towards achieving that goal. As Shardeum moves towards its mainnet launch, Zeeve’s support for Shardeum validator nodes will enable a broader range of users to explore the network’s capabilities and participate in the ecosystem’s ongoing development.”
This new development stands to benefit all those who want to get involved in the Shardeum ecosystem, along with over 23,000+ registered users and 100+ institutions already on the Zeeve platform.
Shardeum is an EVM-based Layer 1 blockchain that uses sharding to increase TPS with the addition of every new node while retaining atomic composability. Shardeum provides low gas fees forever while maintaining true decentralization and solid security through dynamic state sharding. Shardeum aims to become a cornerstone of the decentralized ecosystem, providing a platform for developers and users to build and interact with web3 applications globally. For more information visit the website.
Zeeve is the leading Web3 infrastructure provider in the world. Zeeve provides enterprise-grade web3 infrastructure, including full nodes and staking infrastructure for 40+ Blockchain protocols. Zeeve’s robust and reliable Web3 infrastructure platform has won the trust of thousands of web3 startups and investors across geographies. With 23,000+ developers, 100+ large enterprises, and 4000+ nodes, Zeeve is the preferred provider of developer and staking infrastructure for all the popular Blockchain protocols.
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