As dApps race into web3, the Pocket network blockchain ecosystem has integrated with the Solana network – facilitating RPC call requests with 3,000 powerful Solana nodes.
Pocket network is an ecosystem intent on driving forward the decentralised revolution.
Utilising cost-efficient economics, Pocket network is able to coordinate and distribute data at scale through it’s node network, enabling traditional web2 products such as websites and mobile apps, but also web3 functions such as empowering internet of things devices.
last 180 days
in july we launched the portal
we're the only ones running it today
it's open source, meaning anyone can become their own infrastructure provider without the costs of running the underlying nodes
i expect many portals will be run on pocket in the future pic.twitter.com/XDfk2qdDk4
— Michael O'Rourke 🐑 (@o_rourke) October 5, 2021
Pocket network effectively reduces the risk of service downtime to near zero through a work distribution mechanism established between thousands of nodes. Applications and developers will also help to reduce costs for RPC access as users will only need to stake once for the same bandwidth instead of paying a monthly sunk cost.
Solana as the premier choice of DeFi users
Pocket network founder and CEO Michael O’Rourke was keen to explain what has attracted his powerful node network to the Solana ecosystem.
“During periods of exponential growth, any network can find itself bogged down if left unchecked. With Pocket Network‘s unstoppable RPC protocol and ever-growing conglomerate of node runners, we are migrating this risk.
“By integrating Solana into our network, we are aiming to make the user experience as smooth as possible on the blockchain. So even as Solana expands, it will remain operational while providing a quality service and protecting users’ privacy.”
The network has serviced several major blockchain networks such as Ethereum, Polygon, Avalanche, and Binance – the integration of Solana further cements the mission for a sustainable multichain future.
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