The easiest way to connect with blockchain
Hosted Full Blockchain Nodes
with API.
Sign up for only $30/month
We wont share your data
Start build your own blockchain application
Simple and easy web APIs (REST) enable developers to build blockchain applications quickly and confidently.
Safest
We dont store private keys, and use end-to-end encryption.
Easy to use
Only 3 lines of code will help you to connect with our serice.
Multi-currency
We host five full-node blockchains for optimal security in validating and relaying transactions.
Our mission is to give all companies an easy access to cryptocurrencies
How it works
Develop your products, dont stuck in infrastructure.
We give you united API key for all blockchain nodes.
You'll get access to create wallets, transfer funds, monitor your users and much more. You dont have to monitor blockchain nodes and have an opportunity to use an array of cryptocurrencies in one place.

Full Blockchain Nodes
Five most popular cryptocurrencies with full functionality.
Easy to integrate
// create a new Bitcoin address
> $address_so->get_new_address();
{
  "status": "success",
  "data": {
    "network": "BTC",
    "user_id": 1,
    "address": "3EL5SKSjEzFBDBmX15JFbsZu48vKnNSdDH",
    "label": "random"
  }
}
And much cheaper than do it yourself
Standart plan
$30/month
  • 3 Nodes with zero transaction cost
  • Uses Public Infrastructure
  • 1 Requests/Sec
  • Notifications: WebSockets
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FAQ
Katie:
Ok, so what is RSVP?
Support:
In the context of social invitations, RSVP is a request for a response from the invited person or people. It is an initialism derived from the French phrase Répondez s'il vous plaît, literally "Reply if you please" or "Please reply".
Katie:
How do I find out I've been invited?
Support:
A black raven will appear on your windowsill, a paper scroll attached to his leg. You'll need to fugure out how to take it off. Everything you'll need to know will be written there. Don't forget to send your raven back.
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for only $30/month
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