Ankr, an RPC provider of choice to over 39 blockchains, announced a partnership with the Sui, a permissionless layer-1 blockchain designed from the ground up to enable creators and developers to build experiences for the next billion users in Web3.
An acronym for remote procedure call, an RPC node enables users to read blockchain data and send transactions to different networks. As a result, Ankr’s RPC connection to Sui will allow Web3 developers and dApps to interact with the Sui blockchain easily.
Sui is built on the Move, a secure and flexible programming language. The company deploys its own version of Move for smart contract development. This facilitates easy programming, improves throughput and reduces delays. The Ankr partnership will enable developers to build scalable, safe, and upgradable dApps on the Sui blockchain.
Josh Neuroth, Ankr’s Head of Product, emphasized in a statement, “Sui’s new technology and Move-based development, paired with Ankr’s easy connection to the blockchain, will create a building environment that is easy and intuitive enough to open the doors to a growing set of new developers and projects. We are very excited to support Sui so Web3 developers can build faster on what is shaping up to be a promising new ecosystem.”
Ankr’s Sui Testnet RPC
The Ankr Network can handle any load request thanks to its time-tested, high-performance RPC node infrastructure. Following the partnership, Sui’s public RPC resources will significantly expand, and developers will be able to access Ankr’s Sui Testnet community and premium RPCs.
The testnet connects dApps, command-line interfaces, and wallets with the Sui blockchain. It functions as a blockchain router so that users can execute tasks such as carrying out transactions and receiving ownership information.
Furthermore, Ankr will support the mainnet with additional docs, features, and tools to help developers streamline application development. It will strengthen the global Sui network with a structure composed of many independent RPC nodes that operate worldwide. This will realize decentralized, reliable, and low-latency connections.
Sui is a game-changing layer-1 blockchain that uses the proof-of-stake consensus algorithm to enable maximum efficiency. Mysten Labs, a blockchain company that develops solutions for widespread Web3 adoption, is the company behind it.
Sui was developed from the ground up to allow developers to onboard the next billion Web3 users. The blockchain can enable the processing of over 120,000 transactions per second. It’s designed to build rich and dynamic on-chain assets for a wide range of decentralized applications. It is a low-cost blockchain that is horizontally scalable and provides instant finality.
Building on Sui, developers can welcome the next generation of gamers and create rich gaming ecosystems. Additionally, they can build decentralized marketplaces, develop composable on-chain assets, create complex financial assets with rich attributes, as well as offer low-latency trading.
Sui’s ecosystem has a variety of DEXs, DeFi protocols, launchpads, NFT projects, social platforms, and wallets.
Ankr is an RPC provider of more than 39 blockchains, including Ethereum, Solana, Polygon, Avalanche, and BSC Chain. 39,000 developers use Ankr’s suite of tools to build a fast, reliable Web3 ecosystem. It currently serves over 2 trillion transactions per year.
Ankr achieves these through a geo-distributed node infrastructure that works as a multi-chain tool. Consequently it builds the foundational layer of Web3.
The leading RPC provider built a range of different products. They include an RPC service, advanced APIs/SDKs, gaming SDKs, AppChains, Liquid Staking, and Ankr Scan. RPCs and APIs enable developers and dApps to interact with blockchains. Moreover, thanks to staking solutions, anyone can integrate staking with their platform. AppChains, gaming, and SDKs can be used to provide solutions for Web3 enterprises.
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