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GetBlock, a cutting-edge provider of node connections, expands its toolkit of services. Now it allows its customers to work with archive nodes of the fastest-growing smart contracts platform Binance Smart Chain (BSC).
GetBlock starts offering connection to Binance Smart Chain (BSC) archive node
According to the official announcement by the GetBlock team, the platform added Binance Smart Chain (BSC) archive node to its dashboard.
Interacting with archive nodes allows access to the whole set of data about transactions, blocks, accounts of this or that blockchain in the past. It tracks the state of the blockchain from its launch (in testnet or mainnet) and stores all information about its smart contracts.
As such, the decentralized applications might need this option for performance, transparency or analytical purposes.
Besides archive nodes, GetBlock customers can empower their applications with other types of Binance Smart Chain (BSC) nodes.
GetBlock is among the flagship providers of BSC connection recognized by a plenty of decentralized applications, wallets, games, exchanges, and so on.
Dedicated nodes: business class seats for your dApp
Also, GetBlock allows its clients to leverage the potential of dedicated nodes for their businesses. In a nutshell, that works like a private server or Internet connection.
Dedicated (or ‘non-shared’) node connection is a must for high-performance dApps as it has no limitations in terms of requests per second. Net number of requests is unlimited as well.
Any API method (JSON-RPC, REST or WebSockets) can be chosen by GetBlock dedicated node customers. Additionally, the dedicated nodes option involves a number of special features unavailable for shared nodes clients.
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