We are happy to announce that we at Moralis are now launching support for Arbitrum nodes through Moralis Speedy Nodes!
Moralis Introduces Support for Arbitrum Nodes
Moralis is now introducing support for Arbitrum nodes. This comes as Arbitrum, a Layer-2 Optimistic Rollup scaling solution for Ethereum, has delivered groundbreaking technology and is seeing significant adoption by different projects. We at Moralis are proud to now make it even easier to connect to Arbitrum nodes and build using Arbitrum.
”Launching support for Arbitrum nodes through Moralis was an easy decision for us. Arbitrum has already been growing at a tremendous rate lately. We really couldn’t be happier to be able to support this growth, and are excited to see what developers will build using this new functionality,” said Ivan on Tech, Founder of Moralis.
Moralis Speedy Nodes is the easiest way to connect your dApps or Web3 apps to the blockchain. Speedy Nodes offers the same functionality that you get from normal nodes, along with incredible reliability, amazing speeds, and full integration with other Moralis services.
We are thrilled to now be launching support for Arbitrum Nodes through Moralis Speedy Nodes. This means that Arbitrum is joining other high-profile networks already supported through Speedy Nodes, such as Ethereum, Binance Smart Chain, and Polygon. In effect, Moralis Speedy Nodes are already making Moralis one of the premier blockchain node providers. Additionally, Speedy Nodes couldn’t be easier to use, as Moralis Speedy Nodes offers over five million free daily requests through Moralis’ free tier.
“Moralis is now offering world-class node service for Arbitrum, it’s probably the cheapest and most available way to connect to Arbitrum full-archive nodes and we are proud of our gigantic free tier with some of the lowest latency in the industry,” said Ivan on Tech, Founder of Moralis.
Arbitrum is a scaling solution for Ethereum that comes from the New York-based Offchain Labs. Through the use of ”Arbitrum rollup”, an optimistic rollup protocol, Arbitrum is able to scale Ethereum apps, boost capacity, and lower costs – without compromising with Ethereum’s security.
What’s more, Arbitrum’s Layer-2 platform is fully compatible with all Ethereum developer tools, making it an easy task to port contracts to Arbitrum. Arbitrum’s mainnet chain, Arbitrum One, has already been open to developers since late May. As Arbitrum can scale any Ethereum contract, Arbitrum Rollup has massive potential applications within the DeFi and dApp industry.
Moralis is an infinitely scalable, fully managed Web3 backend infrastructure. As such, Moralis gives developers the necessary tools to quickly prototype, develop and deploy dApps and Web3 apps. By handling all the complicated backend processes that usually make Web3 development lengthy and resource-heavy, developers can build dApps in days rather than months.
Moralis Speedy Nodes is just one of Moralis’ many innovative features. With the introduction of support for Arbitrum nodes, you will now be able to connect to Arbitrum nodes just as easily as you already connect to Polygon, Binance Smart Chain, or Ethereum nodes. What’s more, be sure to check out Moralis’ other functionality, such as the newly released Moralis NFT API, Moralis Deep Index API, native IPFS support, authentication with popular wallets like MetaMask, and much, much more.
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