Ankr, one of the leading companies in the field of Web3 infrastructure, is now one of the first RPC (Remote Procedure Call) providers for Aptos, a secure and scalable Layer-1 blockchain. Developers can now utilize Aptos Testnet Community and Premium RPCs, conduct request calls, and obtain information returns that are analogous to the outcomes they would achieve by independently operating an Aptos full node.
The agreement will make it possible for developers to create decentralized applications (dApps) that are secure, scalable, and upgradable on top of the Aptos blockchain. As a result of this partnership, Ankr is now an RPC provider for a total of 19 different blockchains, some of which are Ethereum, BNB Chain, Solana, Polygon, and Avalanche. Various apps are given the ability to communicate with the blockchain through the use of RPCs.
According to Josh Neuroth, Ankr’s Head of Product, “Ankr is excited to be an early supporter of Aptos with an RPC that now makes it easy for all developers to start building on the ecosystem. This is just the beginning of Ankr’s products for the blockchain that will doubtlessly attract more demand ahead of the much-anticipated mainnet launch.”
Bringing New Tech And Scalability Benefits To Web3
Ankr is going to introduce support for the Aptos mainnet as soon as it becomes live. This support will include extra documentation, features, and tools that will assist Web3 developers in streamlining the development process. Aptos is the much-anticipated network that will deliver Web3 improvements in terms of both new technology and scalability. Thanks to promising advancements such as their parallel execution engine, Block-STM, developers working on the Aptos testnet have seen more than 160,000 transactions per second (TPS).
Across more than 50 different networks, the Ankr Network serves an average of 8 billion blockchain queries each and every day. It provides tried and true RPC node infrastructure that is capable of handling any request load, substantially extending Aptos’ public RPC resources in the process. Wallets, command-line interfaces, and dApps can all be connected to the Aptos blockchain with Ankr’s Aptos Testnet RPC. It functions as a messenger or a blockchain router that communicates on-chain information between Aptos nodes, dApps, and ultimately end-users.
This allows end-users to carry out important operations such as transactions, updating wallet balances, retrieving ownership information, and more. Ankr is offering a geo-distributed and decentralized Aptos RPC in order to bolster the global Aptos network. This RPC is made up of a large number of independent blockchain nodes that are operating all over the world to provide low-latency and dependable connections.
Building The Future Of Decentralized Web3 Infrastructure
Aptos is a Layer-1 blockchain that is secure and scalable, and it was founded by Meta graduates. Binance Labs, a16z, FTX Ventures, Paypal Ventures, and Coinbase Ventures are among the prominent investors who have contributed to its funding. Aptos, which is about to debut its mainnet, claims that it will be a blockchain that is quicker, more scalable, and more secure than its existing competitors.
This promise is made possible by Aptos’s innovative programming language, which is known as Move. The Move language and resource model resolves a large number of the performance and security difficulties that are present in the vast majority of other Layer-1 protocols. Ankr is developing the next generation of decentralized Web3 infrastructure, and it now supports over 50 proof-of-stake chains. It does this by providing an industry-leading worldwide node delivery mechanism and RPC aggregator.
Ankr is the major infrastructure provider for BSC, Fantom, and Polygon chains as of the year 2022 and currently handles more than 2 trillion transactions per year throughout the Web3 network. Ankr also provides a suite of developer tools, such as the Liquid Staking SDK, Web3 Gaming SDK, and AppChains as a Service, which enables dApp developers to develop Web3 apps easily and quickly.
Using Ankr’s RPC Service, developers may now make their initial call to Aptos. Aptos chain calls can be made via the endpoint https://rpc.ankr.com/http/aptos_testnet/v1 using the normal EVM JSON RPC methods.