Blockdaemon’s complete node stack supports the flow of data and value for millions of users. Our customers include top tier financial institutions, crypto native companies, exchanges, and many more…
Blockdaemon offers institutional-grade Polygon infrastructure, on-chain data and staking services. Whether you’re a developer that needs end-to-end managed nodes or you’re a financial institution that wants to earn maximum yield on your assets with validator nodes, we have you covered.
We've been perfecting Nodes-as-a-Service since 2017. All our Dedicated RPC Nodes are built for zero downtime and high security. Our nodes are supported by optional High-Availability Clusters, offering secure backups and helping you manage unforeseen load spikes. Lastly, every machine we manage comes with 24/7 support and transparent service level agreements.
Blockdaemon’s Staking API enables clients to use a standardized and trusted API to automate staking transaction signing, and enables easy and scalable staking. To complement the Staking API, Blockdaemon also offers a Staking Reporting API. This API is on-hand to serve your financial data analysis needs. The Staking Reporting API removes many of the hassles you face in accessing staking information from multiple protocols.
If you want access to Polygon data but don't want to run a Dedicated node, take a closer look at our Universal API. Our Universal multi-chain API lets you tap into full archive data and transaction data at a fraction of the cost of running a node. Best of all, it's free to try out.
With the RPC API, you can easily interact with multiple major protocols through their own native APIs. The RPC API allows you to go deeper into a specific blockchain and get enriched native specific data with no abstraction to connect to our nodes.
Blockdaemon lets anyone run their own validator node and white-label it in their own name. Our white-label validator nodes are non-custodial (you keep your keys private), fully maintained/monitored, run at 99.9% uptime and have manual-failover built-in, eliminating double-signing. Blockdaemon’s market leading node performance is focused on meeting the high demands of large institutional banks, custodians and exchanges. Protecting your assets is critical to Blockdaemon and to mitigate risk we’ve established slashing insurance, provided by Marsh.
If you want to test out our node performance before investing in a validator node, consider delegating to a Blockdaemon public validator.
Below you will find frequently asked questions related to this protocol.
Blockdaemon can be utilized to deploy, manage, and maintain nodes to ensure an uptime of >99.9% and the cost for each specific node varies. In order to view specific pricing for a node, you will first need to sign up for a free Blockdaemon account on our website.
Once created and logged in, click the purple ‘Deploy a Node’ button and you’ll be able to view each available node that Blockdaemon has to offer. To view the price for a specific node, click on the node you are interested in purchasing and the price will be displayed on the right-hand side of the page as seen as below.
You can view additional information and step-by-step instructions on how to purchase a node here. We also have a video on how to self-deploy your own node on our Youtube channel here.
If you have any further specific questions, feel free to reach out to our Support Team directly via email or chat and we’ll be more than happy to further assist you.
The APY varies amongst protocols. You can view the APY for each Blockdaemon-supported protocol by clicking into the protocol you are interested in our Protocols page here.
If you have any specific questions regarding the protocols and APYs, feel free to reach out to our Support Team via chat or email and we’ll be more than happy to assist you.
You can check which protocols are supported on Mainnet and Testnet in your Blockdaemon account by clicking into the node you would like launched.
If you do not have a Blockdaemon account, you can create a free account here.
The hardware specs for each node varies depending on the protocol, network and node type.
Feel free to reach out to our Support Team via chat or email with the details of the node you are interested in and we’ll be more than happy to provide you with the hardware specs.
Yes. When adding a new node, you can choose the specific Cloud provider for that node.If you have any further specific questions regarding this, feel free to reach out to our Support Team and we'll be able to assist you.
Blockdaemon offers a complete platform for building blockchain applications, which now includes Base support.
Blockdaemon provides customers with a powerful set of tools that enable them to outsource key infrastructure tasks, like server management and monitoring. Most importantly, Blockdaemon’s support of Base via Ubiquity, starting March 1, provides institutional level offerings for mission critical infrastructure that scales with your business.
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