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Nodle a decentralized IoT (Internet of Things) network on Polkadot providing secure, low-cost connectivity and data liquidity to connect billions of IoT devices, today announced its new partnership with OnFinality, a blockchain infrastructure service that provides both an enhanced, scalable API service and a node management platform for the Nodle Chain. “We are very excited to be working with OnFinality to better manage our node infrastructure. OnFinality will allow us to move away from our existing setup and towards something that is simpler, more automated, and cost-efficient.” – Eliott Teissonniere, Chief Blockchain Officer at Nodle The OnFinality integration will allow users to: Employ OnFinality’s API service to query a set of RPC and Websocket endpoints for the Nodle Chain. Users will also have access to over 20 additional networks and parachains over Polkadot and Kusama. Spin up a full, archive or validator node for the Nodle Chain in just a few clicks without having to manag..

OnFinality to build first API service for Polkadot-based IoT network Nodle

Nodle a decentralized IoT (Internet of Things) network on Polkadot providing secure, low-cost connectivity and data liquidity to connect billions of IoT devices, today announced its new partnership with OnFinality, a blockchain infrastructure service that provides both an enhanced, scalable API service and a node management platform for the Nodle Chain.

“We are very excited to be working with OnFinality to better manage our node infrastructure. OnFinality will allow us to move away from our existing setup and towards something that is simpler, more automated, and cost-efficient.”
– Eliott Teissonniere, Chief Blockchain Officer at Nodle

The OnFinality integration will allow users to:

  1. Employ OnFinality’s API service to query a set of RPC and Websocket endpoints for the Nodle Chain. Users will also have access to over 20 additional networks and parachains over Polkadot and Kusama.
  2. Spin up a full, archive or validator node for the Nodle Chain in just a few clicks without having to manage their own infrastructure.

“OnFinality is enjoying our relationship with the team at Nodle. They’ve been an excellent and highly technical team to work with, and we’ll continue to scale our service to help them achieve their goal of connecting the world faster.”
– James Bayly, Head of Business Development at OnFinality

OnFinality’s mission is to support all blockchain organizations in the world by providing the critical infrastructure so they can focus on their core businesses. By leveraging OnFinality’s infrastructure expertise, Nodle’s development team can focus on building an efficient and secure IoT wireless network.

“OnFinality’s Substrate-focused operations platform helps accelerate the launch and monitoring of production networks. A very welcome offering in the rapidly moving world of blockchain engineering.”
– Nicholas Young, Blockchain Operations, Nodle

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