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Anyblock Products and Supported Networks

We Provide Professional Blockchain RPC and Data Products so You Won’t Have to Run Your Own Node(s)

Anyblock offers reliable JSON-RPC Node API and indexed Blockchain Data API, as well as real-time Alerting & Notifications for the networks listed below.
Our free-to-use multi-chain Anyblock Explorer, Universal Search, and comprehensive Dashboards showcase what is possible in terms of tooling for ecosystems of any size.
The combination of our SaaS products and complementary tools provides a complete set of solutions for your use cases on both public and private consortia blockchains. No worries about node hosting, fully focus on your application logic development and business process integration.

The Anyblock Index data API is a blockchain analytics platform that contains all data from all publicly available Ethereum- & Bitcoin-based networks. Real-time API, full SQL, and Elasticsearch access down to the smart contract event level are available for most networks.

For one low monthly price, you get access to both our JSON-RPC Node and the Blockchain Data API as well as our real-time Alerting & Notifications functionality.

If you need a particular feature for a specific network,  drop us a line or contact us here and let us know!

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Ethereum-compatible Supported Networks

Ethereum Mainnet

Ethereum Mainnet is the largest Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM) network to date.

Ethereum is a public open-source blockchain-based on distributed ledger technology (DLT) offering smart contract functionality.

The network is supported by the Geth, OpenEthereumNethermind, Besu, and Erigon clients.

JSON-RPC
Alerts
Explorer
Elastic
SQL
Dashboard

Ethereum Ropsten

The Ethereum Ropsten network is the successor to Morden - the first Ethereum testnet.

Testnets support experimentation to test updates and fine-tune decentralized application (dApp) development in a safe yet production-like environment. They are a helpful tool to refine blockchain products and identify potential bugs before production deployment. Ropsten features a Proof-of-Work (PoW) consensus best representing the mainnet and supported by the same clients.

JSON-RPC
Alerts
Explorer
Elastic
SQL
Dashboard

Ethereum Rinkeby

The Proof-of-Authority (PoA) testnet Ethereum Rinkeby was established in April 2017.

It uses the Clique PoA consensus protocol and is maintained by the Geth developer team.

Rinkeby’s Clique PoA algorithm is much less resource-intensive than the mainnet’s PoW consensus and an alternative recommended for private networks. Maintained by the Go Ethereum (Geth) developer team it is the testnets best suited to trial the client. (source)

The network is supported by Geth, Nethermind, and Hyperledger Besu.

Ethereum Kovan

Similar to Rinkeby, Ethereum Kovan is a Proof-of-Authority network.

However, it uses the Authority Round (AuRa) and not the Clique variant of the consensus.

Established by a consortium of Ethereum developers including Parity in March 2017, Kovan is preferred by users of the OpenEthereum client.

Ethereum Goerli

Established in March 2019, Görli is the most recent PoA testnet of Ethereum.

Proposed by developer Afri Schoedon, Görli – like Rinkeby – uses a Clique PoA consensus but puts greater emphasis on cross-client implementation, robustness, and high reliability. (source 1, source 2) Consequently, it is supported by all current Ethereum clients and is the most actively used testnet of the ecosystem today.

JSON-RPC
Alerts
Explorer

Elastic
 SQL
Dashboard

Ellaism Mainnet

Ellaism Mainnet is a Proof-of-Work network with WebAssembly (Wasm) enabled.

The network involves zero pre-mine costs and no mandatory developer fees. The Ethereum Ellaism is supported by Parity and focuses on transparency, stability, and community. It’s also directly associated with Autumnus — a purpose-built testnet to run experiments before your blockchain goes live. Moving forward, Ellaism’s developers have plans to implement a public interface to incorporate CarbonVote and MinerVote.

Energy Web Chain

The Energy Web Chain (EWC) is a public, enterprise-grade blockchain platform.

It is based on the EVM and is meant to help energy companies with the management and regulation of the industry. The Energy Web Foundation (EWF) has launched the world’s first public, open-source, enterprise-grade blockchain tailored to the energy sector. The EWC is open to all utilities, users, and devices.

JSON-RPC
Alerts
Explorer
Elastic
SQL
Dashboard

EWF Volta

Volta is Energy Web Foundation's testnet, designed to help energy companies.

Cooperation is meant for the cases when regulatory disputes and needs for operational efficiency arise. It is supported by Parity and uses an Authority Round (AuRa) consensus mechanism with the likes of Shell, Elia, and LO3 as validators. Notable use cases include CO2 certificate trade, smart grids, and metering.

POA Core

POA Core is an autonomous blockchain network, secured by a group of trusted validators.

  All validators are United States notaries who make their information accessible to the public.

The core aim of the network is to facilitate fast and inexpensive transactions. Key use cases include scalability for blockchain games, community-based currencies, subsidized transactions, DAO governance, and decentralized finance (DeFi).

POA also develops resources to enhance interoperability and transparency throughout blockchain systems. These include BlockScout, TokenBridge, and a stable coin-based network called xDai Network.

JSON-RPC
Alerts
Explorer
Elastic
SQL
Dashboard

POA Sokol

The Sokol Testnet provides an application testing environment, targeted towards developers.

DApp testing for PAO Core via the Sokol testnet uses a native token called SPOA. SPOA tokens are distributed in increments of 100 and can be requested via the Sokol Faucet.

JSON-RPC
Alerts
Explorer
Elastic
SQL
Dashboard

xDai

xDai is the first USD stabletoken blockchain. It operates as a Proof-of-Authority (PoA) chain.

It uses an Authority Round (AuRa) consensus, supported by OpenEthereum and Nethermind clients. Moving forward, the xDai network will transition away from AuRa PoA to a new mechanism called Proof of Stake Decentralized Autonomous Organization (POSDAO). Many developers choose xDai for its user-friendly tools and its ease of adoption.

JSON-RPC
Alerts
Explorer
Elastic
SQL
Dashboard

Laika Testnet

The Laika testnet serves as an experimental sandbox for the Trustlines Blockchain (TLBC).

This is the base layer of the Trustlines Network ecosystem. Laika is a minimal viable proof-of-stake (mPoS) testnet. It uses an authority round (AuRa) consensus mechanism that’s supported by Parity. The Trustlines Protocol leverages networks of mutual trust to provide the service of “transfer of value”.

JSON-RPC
Alerts
Explorer
Elastic
SQL
Dashboard

Trustlines Blockchain TLBC

The TLBC network is a minimal viable Proof-of-Stake (mPoS) blockchain.

It uses an Authority Round (AuRa) consensus mechanism that’s supported by Parity.

JSON-RPC
Alerts
Explorer
Elastic
SQL
Dashboard

Quorum Exporo

Quorum Exporo is a private network based on the Quorum consensus

meant to manage investments in real-estate-backed securities. Exporo maps the real estate tokens on the Ethereum blockchain.

Quorum Games Chain

This is a private network based on Quorum which is a customized version of Ethereum.

It utilizes the core work on the Ethereum blockchain platform and repackages it into a hardened environment. It supports high-speed transactions on a private network when maintaining transaction details.

Quorum LC Lite

Quorum LC Lite is a private network based on a customized version of Ethereum - Quorum.

It utilizes the core work on the Ethereum blockchain platform and repackages it into a hardened environment. It supports high-speed transactions on a private network when maintaining transaction details.

evan.network core

The evan.network core is an Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM) network.

It provides AAA features. As a proof-of-authority network, Evan Core provides the technical and legal framework for the future of the decentralized market economy. The network is supported by Parity, and there are currently about 12 validators. Developers choose Ethereaum Evan Core for its advanced identities, authorization, and data sovereignty features. The system uses IPFS, and most on-chain data is encrypted for enhanced security. If you want to use the Evan network, you must buy internal tokens called EVE’s to pay for each transaction. Unlike many other networks, the EVE is stable as it is traded neither publicly nor anywhere else.

evan.network testcore

The evan.network testcore serves as an experimental playground for the Trustlines Evan Network.

Evan Testcore helps developers build native trust infrastructures for cooperative blockchain ecosystems. Many developers choose the Evan Testcore for its advanced identities, authorization and data sovereignty features. The system uses IPFS, and most on-chain data is encrypted for enhanced security.

Binance Smart Chain BSC

A new blockchain with a full-fledged environment for high-performance decentralized apps.

It is built for cross-chain compatibility with both Binance Chain and the Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM).

Our Bitcoin-based Supported Networks

Bitcoin

The Bitcoin blockchain is the world’s first blockchain and started in 2009 when

the Bitcoin source code was released as open-source software. Bitcoin transactions are verified by Bitcoin network nodes through cryptography and recorded in a public distributed ledger called a blockchain. Bitcoin was invented in 2008 by an unknown person or group of people using the name Satoshi Nakamoto. The cryptocurrency bitcoin tokens (ticker symbol BTC or XBT) are created as a reward for a process known as mining. Bitcoins BTC XBT can be exchanged for other currencies, products, and services.

Bitcoin Testnet

The Bitcoin testnet is the test bed of the world’s first blockchain. Bitcoin test transactions are

Bitcoin test transactions are verified by Bitcoin test network nodes through cryptography and recorded in a public distributed ledger called a blockchain. Bitcoins from the test network can NOT be exchanged for other currencies, products, and services.

Bitcoin Cash

Bitcoin Cash is the largest Bitcoin fork, launched in 2017 by forking the Bitcoin blockchain.

 It increased the size of blocks, allowing more transactions to be processed and improving scalability.

Litecoin

Litecoin blockchain is an open-source software project released under the MIT/X11 license.

It was started in October 2011 by Charlie Lee. Litecoin creation and transfer of LTC coins is based on a cryptographic protocol and is not managed by any central authority. In technical details, the Litecoin network is nearly identical to Bitcoin. Litecoin was a fork, differing primarily by having a decreased block generation time (2.5 minutes), an increased maximum number of coins, and a different hashing algorithm. Litecoin LTC as a cryptocurrency was an early bitcoin spinoff or altcoin, and it is often said “Litecoin is the silver to Bitcoin’s gold”.

Litecoin Test Blockchain

Litecoin test blockchain is an open-source software project, not managed by any central authority.

Litecoin test creation and transfer of coins is based on a cryptographic protocol and is not managed by any central authority. In technical details, the Litecoin test network is a so-called fork and nearly identical to Bitcoin.

Dogecoin

Dogecoin is an altcoin that was created as a "joke". It has its own blockchain, introduced in 2013.

It quickly gained its own online community and seems to be a favorite of Elon Musk. 

SaaS Products & Tools

JSON-RPC Node API

Anyblock provides on-chain JSON-RPC Access. Fast API endpoints, load-balanced with multiple nodes. Geth, OpenEthereum, Nethermind, Besu & Erigon clients supported. Extensive documentation: API, tutorials, FAQ

  • Fully compatible with your Ethereum & Bitcoin libraries
  • Fast, reliable & great value for money
  • Load-balanced with multiple nodes
  • Ethereum block & transaction traces
  • Query time usually < 100 ms

Blockchain Data API

For off-chain access and lightning-fast querying of the blockchain history, Anyblock indexes and enriches all data to a human-readable format so it can be searched in real-time using SQL and Elasticsearch DSL.

  • Quick response with Elasticsearch or easy access PostgreSQL database
  • Multi-chain archive data that is always up-to-date
  • Processed data: Legible names & scaled numbers
  • Token metadata, smart contract source code & ABIs included

Alerting & Notifications

Real-time blockchain alerting via email, webhooks, Slack, etc. Here is how to use it

  • Any event via any channel – so that you never miss a beat
  • Reliable API alerting – sub-second speed & reorg-safe after a few blocks
  • Great for DEX, dApp & wallet providers, etc.
  • Flexibly customizable

Try Our Blockchain Software as a Service Today

No matter what blockchain technology you choose, our blockchain SaaS (software as a service) helps you reach your project goals faster. No need to run your own node! – Save yourself the headache. We’ve been taking care of sync problems, node updates, and network forks since 2018.

Or give us a call and get a free consultation on which data tier is the right one for you.

Interested or questions?

 

Freddy Zwanzger
(Co-Founder & Chief Data Officer)
freddy@anyblockanalytics.com
+49 6131 3272372

    

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