Aion, a multi-tier blockchain system designed to address scalability, privacy, and interoperability announced to their community today that node hosting service Nodesmith has released a public beta of their hosted infrastructure service. As part of an ongoing request for decentralized infrastructure, Aion is looking to companies such as Nodesmith to build out different pieces that tie the Aion ecosystem together.
The launch of the Nodesmith node hosting service via easy to use APIs is the ideal solution that allows users to focus on the development of their decentralized applications — without the hassle of running any infrastructure themselves.
- Nodesmith is the fastest option for connecting to the Aion Network. It’ll only take users a few minutes to start reading data from the Aion network or sending transactions.
- Nodesmith manages all the difficult tasks associated with blockchain infrastructure so users can focus on building applications. The Aion service scales with demand and employs smart caching strategies to increase performance.
- Users don’t need to be running Ubuntu to build an app that integrates with Aion. With Nodesmith, it is possible to the Aion network on any platform (even mobile devices) by using HTTPS endpoints.
- They are fully compliant with the standard JSON RPC interface, so switching from a local node to Aion’s service (or back) is irrelevant.
“By focusing on easy network access, reliable infrastructure, performance, and scalability, Nodesmith supports and simplifies the creation of decentralized applications. Nodesmith will keep this public beta open until their targeted official launch later in December of this year.”
Nodesmith allows users to get connected to Aion, Ethereum, and IPFS in minutes with their easy to use APIs. They host and manage a scalable blockchain node infrastructure, so users can focus on building the features of their decentralized application.