- Web3 infrastructure provider Ankr becomes an RPC provider to the Sui blockchain in order to build Web3 experiences for the next billion users.
- The partnership is aimed at enabling developers to facilitate the construction of safe, scalable, and upgradable decentralized applications on top of the Sui blockchain.
- Ankr is offering a geo-distributed and decentralized Sui RPC composed of several independent blockchain nodes that are running worldwide for reliable connections.
In a recent announcement, it has come to the surface that Ankr, one of the leading Web3 infrastructure providers in the world, has become an RPC (Remote Procedure Call) provider to the Sui blockchain. This will allow the creators and developers to build Web3 experiences for the next billion users.
As revealed, the developers will now be able to access the Sui Testnet Community and Premium RPCs, receive information returns and make request calls. What’s more? The partnership is targeted at enabling developers to build scalable, safe, and upgradable decentralized applications on top of the Sui blockchain.
Amidst this, the Head of Product at Ankr, Josh Neuroth, released a statement in relation to the same that addressed the fact that the new technology of Sui and move-based development, paired with the hassle-free connection of Ankr to the blockchain, will facilitate the creation of a building environment. Furthermore, as said, the environment is intuitive enough to pave new paths to a growing set of new projects and developers.
The Sui Tesnet RPC of Ankr will establish a connection of wallets, decentralized applications, and command-line interfaces with the Sui blockchain while acting as a messenger that relays on-chain information between dApps, Sui nodes, and, ultimately, end-users. This is necessary for the execution of critical tasks such as fetching ownership information, populating wallet balances, transactions, and much more.
Following the Sui mainnet going live, Ankr will be adding support for it with the backing of additional features, docs, and tools that will be aimed at helping Web3 developers streamline building.
In addition to this, it should be pondered upon that in order to strengthen the global Sui network, Ankr is offering a geo-distributed and decentralized Sui RPC. This will be composed of several independent blockchain nodes running globally for low-latency and reliable connections.