Secure Your Nodes: Migrating From Parity To Geth
One of the two primary providers of Ethereum node software has deprecated support for their client. This 8-step guide shares best practices for migrating your nodes to Geth.
Augur Wanted Great User Experiences That Scaled. Alchemy Made It Possible
Augur spent years developing their protocol, only to find post-launch that their early users were unable to use Augur due to poor infrastructure. After switching to Alchemy for infrastructure, Augur now delivers great user experiences at scale.
0x Powers Decentralized Exchanges, Alchemy Powers 0x
0x developers are happy to have Alchemy powering their infrastructure. The team has seen no errors after leveraging Alchemy, amounting to a far better developer experience Having tried other providers, 0x found the difference to go beyond better technology. The Alchemy team was also innovative and customer-centric, delivering enhanced APIs like tracing that the 0x team was able to put to use immediately.
Dolomite leverages Alchemy for data integrity
Blockchain data integrity is critical for Dolomite. At first, Dolomite used a free blockchain node provider but encountered instability and unreliable data. Then Dolomite tried running nodes, which took forever to sync and crashed all the time. Today, Dolomite has Alchemy to always get the right data.
Origin’s Development Was Bogged Down With Inconsistent Blockchain States And RPC Errors
Origin used alchemy after failing to get consistent block chain data and state.
How Kyber Leverages Alchemy To Build Scalable Blockchain Protocols
Early on, Kyber used other infrastructure services that were unreliable (nodes crashed, responses were slow, and data was inconsistent). After switching to Alchemy, Kyber’s infrastructure problems were fixed and their development accelerated!Blockchain infrastructure is an inadequately addressed challenge in blockchain development. Above all, reliability is essential.