Flare (FLR) partners with node provider Ankr RPC

Flare (FLR) partners with node provider Ankr RPC

With a new collaboration, Flare-focused developers can use Ankr API endpoints instead of deploying their own Flare nodes (FLR). In addition, Ankr’s new features pave the way for more sophisticated Web3 solutions in the Flare (FLR) ecosystem.

Flare (FLR) teams up with Ankr to expand the set of FLR RPC endpoints

According to an official announcement released by the Flare (FLR) team, it has entered into a long-term strategic partnership with Ankr, a decentralized Web3 infrastructure provider for developers. Developers of Flare-based dapps will appreciate streamlined and more resource-efficient processes.

Through a new partnership, Flare (FLR) ecosystem enthusiasts will be able to operate a modern decentralized infrastructure of high performance nodes. In addition to being more efficient for developers, this will increase the security and resilience of dApps on the EVM-compatible Flare (FLR) blockchain.

Hugo Filion, CEO and co-founder of Flare (FLR), highlights the importance of the new collaboration for his team and the Web3 application ecosystem as a whole:

Flare’s partnership with Ankr means developers have access to premium RPC tools from the leading node provider in the blockchain industry, in addition to an API portal and Google Cloud infrastructure. The partnership highlights Flare’s commitment to providing developers with a flexible, robust, and reliable stack to build and monitor their dApps and services while maintaining enterprise-grade accessibility and security levels.

Previously, Flare (FLR) released its APIs on the Google Cloud Marketplace on May 10, 2023.

Thus, the cooperation with Ankr expands a series of partnerships in the field of reliable infrastructure for building blockchain-based services.

Ankr’s advanced APIs streamline NFT metadata operations

In addition to traditional API endpoints, Flare (FLR) enthusiasts can access premium tier offerings from node provider Ankr. Namely, advanced APIs with custom indexing are designed to reduce first-time friction and easily query data on-chain, such as non-fungible token (NFT) metadata.

Flare (FLR) is an EVM compatible blockchain designed to solve data problems on the blockchain. It supports smart contracts and aims to be the top-notch dApp hosting platform in Web3.

Josh Neuroth, Ankr’s VP of Products, is impressed with Flare’s (FLR) mission and the progress its products have made so far:

Ankr is excited to join forces with Flare to create a more secure and interconnected blockchain ecosystem with a rich data and interoperable development environment. By putting developers first with an incredibly powerful infrastructure, Flare aims to be the hub for building some of the most secure and connected web 3 apps.

Ankr is a leading Web3 infrastructure provider with a globally distributed ecosystem of over 600 different types of nodes.

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