Ankr Announces New RPC Service to Connect Developers to ZetaChain

Ankr, a leading provider of blockchain infrastructure solutions, has announced its newest offering: a public blockchain connecting all others through ZetaChain’s RPC connection and gateway. The move is seen as a significant step forward for developers looking to build interoperable and connected dApps on ZetaChain.

ZetaChain is the world’s first and only decentralized L1 blockchain with built-in cross-chain interoperability, connecting all blockchains, including non-smart contract chains like Bitcoin and Dogecoin. With ZetaChain’s Omnichain toolkit, developers can build true omnichain dApps from a single point of logic, and users can access all of their assets, data, and liquidity in a single place, securely.

Ankr’s ZetaChain RPCs (Remote Procedure Calls) serve as a messenger or blockchain router that relays on-chain information between ZetaChain nodes, dApps, and end-users. This eliminates the need for many developers to set up their own ZetaChain nodes, removing hours of time spent building, calibrating, and fixing node issues.

Furthermore, Ankr’s Premium RPC Plan provides developers with access to advanced tools to build applications quickly. The plan offers at least 1,500 ZetaChain req/sec, dedicated ZetaChain endpoints, prioritized requests, and WebSockets (WS) capabilities.

By offering a broader, decentralized node infrastructure, Ankr will strengthen the ZetaChain network globally, offering easier development and broader reach for open-source software that requires access to ZetaChain’s chain capabilities.

With Ankr’s newest addition to its RPC service, developers can interface directly with ZetaChain, making it easier to build on top of the platform. As a result, more developers are expected to build dApps that are interoperable and scalable, further strengthening the blockchain ecosystem as a whole.

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