Build Web3 products
with instant Ankr RPC protocol
To answer this, consider the industry-leader, Amazon’s AWS. There are three major drawbacks to using AWS:
Ankr addresses these three drawbacks admirably:
But more than this we offer some further advantages:
The only qualifying criteria for engagement to begin is that the provider will be able to offer at least 10 nodes, each of which meets this minimum specification:
If you meet this criteria, then the best way to engage is to complete our ‘Provider’ form on our application. To do this, simply visit:https://app.ankr.com/provider/apply/info
Simply get in touch with the team at firstname.lastname@example.org with the answers to the following questions:
We will then engage with you to help you add your application in Ankr’s store.
Ankr already host Nodes for Zilliqa and more blockchain companies are joining us very soon. We aim to make Ankr the leading and standard hosting solution for blockchain projects to use, and joining us is very straightforward - since Nodes need to be packaged as Kubernetes containers (and we can help you with this by the way), they’re effectively applications too.
So just refer to the FAQ ‘How do I add my application to Ankr’s App Store?’ and send us answers to the few simple questions and we will get in touch to help you make this a reality!
To answer this, it’s best to simply give a flavour of the ‘moving parts’ and how the tokens flow between them:
The use-cases for Ankr are tremendously varied, but we see ourselves as being critically placed to play a signficant role in the decentralised nature of Web 3.0.
In scientific fields, there are many applications for a massive cloud-compute platform for simulation and research, and beyond this we expect further utilisation in the fields of graphic rendering, blockchain mining, prediction and analysis engines - the list is endless and the possibilities infinite...