Today, Fuse Network, an enterprise-grade, use-case agnostic, decentralized EVM-compatible public blockchain, announced Liquify as its newest remote procedure call (RPC) provider and ecosystem partner. Liquify will provide public RPC services – both free and private.
RPC nodes help process requests from decentralized applications (dApps). They are vital for improving the usability of web3 and for Fuse Network to offer superior infrastructure and scale. Offering dApp projects in the Fuse ecosystem with secure and robust RPC infrastructure is critical.
Liquify is a blockchain solutions provider with co-located tier-3 data centers boasting bare metal servers with a guaranteed uptime of 99.95%. Bare metal servers typically come with higher uptime guarantees, essential for RPC nodes to maintain network connectivity and availability for processing requests.
- Chainstack will retract its services starting October 5th, 2023.
- The information available for switching to Liquify RPC is available here.
- Liquify has bare metal servers in the US, Europe, & Asia that support over 50+ chains.
- Liquify has been running a validator node with 100% uptime since 2020.
The Liquify team brings years of experience in DevOps, security, automation, and global infrastructure setup, focusing on the quality of service and decentralization. Bare metal servers in the US, Europe, and Asia and supports over 50+ chains, including Fuse, Ethereum, BNB Chain, and Solana.
Fuse is designed for entrepreneurs and organizations that want to experiment, launch, and scale web3 apps and integrate crypto payments. Anyone can build on the Fuse blockchain and leverage enterprise-ready, decentralized tech – be it existing crypto projects, start-ups, or blue-chip companies.
Being the native currency on the Fuse blockchain, users must pay fees in FUSE to approve transactions. Token holders can stake FUSE to become a validator. The minimal staking requirement is 100K FUSE. While the network is continuously growing, currently, there are 60+ validators.