Protocols
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dYdX

Blockdaemon now supports dYdX, a proof-of-stake blockchain network constructed with the Cosmos SDK.
dYdX
DYDX
Proof of stake
proof of work
Statistics
$388M
Staking Market Cap
$388M
Activation Time
Lock up Period
30 Days
Unstaking Period
Withdrawal Wait
Rewards Frequency
PRR (est. range)
23.24%
Ecosystem
Cosmos
* Market data provided by Staking Rewards, CoinMarketCap, CoinGecko, and our   own APIs. The market data may not reflect the most current information.

What is dYdX Chain?

Blockdaemon now supports dYdX, a proof-of-stake blockchain network constructed with the Cosmos SDK that leverages CometBFT for consensus. The DYDX token serves as the primary L1 protocol token for the dYdX Chain, as determined by the dYdX community through governance processes. DYDX token holders have the option to utilize their tokens for running a Validator or staking them to a Validator, enabling active participation in securing and governing the dYdX Chain network.

Blockdaemon Offerings:

staking

coming soon
white label validators
Blockdaemon validator
Staking In-App
staking api
Custodial Integration

Nodes & APIs

coming soon
RPC API
Rest api
dedicated nodes

wallet

coming soon
Institutional wallet
builder vault

Blockdameon Infrastructure Offerings:

public validators
white-label validators
staking api
reporting api
reporting dashboard
RPC API
rest api
dedicated nodes
Institutional wallet
Builder Vault

Staking Offerings

Blockdaemon Validator

Blockdaemon operates a validator on the dYdX Chain. If you are interested in exploring the Blockdaemon validator click here to visit the Keplr Dashboard.

nodes & Apis offerings

Wallet offering

Blockdaemon Validator Addresses

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Additional Resources

Resources

Blockdaemon offers institutional-grade Ethereum infrastructure, on-chain data through APIs and staking services.Whether you are a developer that needs end-to-end managed nodes to access the Execution Layer (Eth1) or you are a financial institution that wants to receive maximum rewards on your assets with validator nodes on the Consensus Layer (Eth2), we have you covered. Need onchain data through APIs? Harness the power of Ubiquity, our Universal API.

API Suite Pricing FAQ

How can I get started?

You can get started immediately with a free API key by creating an account on the Blockdaemon app. Log into Blockdaemon app to access our range of API products and purchase the plan that best suits your needs.

If you have custom usage requirements, get in touch with our sales team.

Visit our documentation to get started on different requests.

Which tier is right for me?

Free: Ideal for testing. Get started with a free key to trial our products across all protocols before you sign up for a paid plan. 

Starter: Ideal for blockchain enthusiasts, the Starter plan offers up to 65 million compute units per month, supporting up to 100 requests per second. It includes weekday 8/5 support. You can choose from our indexed data Experience or buy individual products and create your own custom bundle.

Growth: Designed for scaling teams, this plan boosts your capacity to 365 million compute units monthly and doubles the request rate to 200 per second. It comes with 24/7 weekday support and an identical key allocation as the Starter tier. You can choose from our indexed data Experience or buy individual products and create your own custom bundle.

Enterprise: For institutions demanding the highest level of service, the Enterprise option provides custom usage and pricing. It extends over 400 million compute units, over 400 requests per second, round-the-clock dedicated support every day and an institutional grade Service Level Agreement. Our Enterprise Tier enables you to enjoy the full benefits of the entire API suite with no product restrictions.

What protocols do you support?

For detailed information on the protocols we support, please refer to our documentation.

What if I exceed my plan limit?

The paid plans allow you the ability to auto-scale i.e. if you exceed your plan limit, you can continue accessing the API on your current plan if you have auto-scaling turned on at a pre-defined unit rate per tier.

If you are on a Starter or Growth plan, please go to the Subscription Page from the Side Navigation Panel. Currently, you can only enable or disable the auto-scaling feature by editing your plan. You will need to click on the “Edit” button next to the Plan Details and scroll down to the Enable Auto-scaling usage section on the Checkout page.

Can I upgrade or downgrade / switch plans at any time?

Yes. If you are on a Starter or Growth plan, you can upgrade your subscription by adding a product or more Compute Units by editing your current plan. Please go to the Subscription Page from the Side Navigation Panel, and click on the “Edit” button next to the Plan Details.

Once you’ve added a product or more Compute Units, please click on the “Update Subscription” button on the Subscription Summary Panel. We will confirm with you about the subscription changes as well as the monthly charges changes. Please note that you will be billed a pro-rated charge at Checkout for the new configuration for the remaining days in the current billing cycle. To downgrade your plan, contact support.

If you are on an Enterprise Plan, you can upgrade or downgrade your subscription by contacting support.

When do I get billed?

You will get billed on the 1st of every month. Your subscription will auto-renew until you cancel it. If you signed up for a subscription or upgraded your subscription mid-month, you will be billed a pro-rated charge at Checkout for the new configuration for the remaining days in the current billing cycle.

Where can I see my invoices?

To see your past invoices, please go to the Subscription page from the Side Navigation Panel, and scroll down to the Billing History section. You can see the billing date, total amount billed, and payment status under the Billing History section. You can also download the Receipt of each bill from here.

How do I update my payment details?

To update your payment details, please go to the Subscription page from the Side Navigation Panel, and scroll down to the Payment Method section. You will see the default payment method (including the last four digits and the expiry date) used to get billed for the monthly subscription. You can update your payment details by clicking on the Update button on the right side of the section. You will then be able to update your payment methods via Stripe’s Checkout widget.

Where can I see my usage history?

To see your usage history, please go to the API Keys page from the Side Navigation Panel, and click on the Usage tab on the top navigation bar. You will see your aggregated Compute Unit usage in the current billing cycle and your daily usage and request details.

Have more questions?

Check out our documentation or reach out to us to learn more.

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