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Ankr became one of the first RPC providers in the Aptos Blockchain

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LangerhansOne of the world’s leading Web3 infrastructure providers, today announced that it has become one of the providers of RPC (Remote Procedure Call) to Aptos, a secure and scalable Layer 1 blockchain. Developers can now access Aptos Testnet Community and Premium RPCs, make request calls, and receive returns of information that reflect the results they would get by running a full Aptos node themselves.

The partnership will enable developers to build secure, scalable and upgradable dApps on top of the Aptos blockchain. Following this partnership, Ankr is now an RPC provider for 19 blockchains including Ethereum, BNB Chain, Solana, Polygon, and Avalanche. RPC enables various applications to interact with the blockchain.

“Ankr is excited to be an early supporter of Aptos with RPC now making it easy for all developers to start building on the ecosystem. This is just the beginning of Ankr’s blockchain products that will undoubtedly attract more demand much before the expected mainnet launch.”

-Josh Neuroth, Head of Anker Products Division

Once the Aptos mainnet is up and running, Ankr will add support for it with additional documentation, features, and tools to help Web3 developers simplify build. Aptos is the highly anticipated network that will bring new technology advantages and scalability to Web3. The developers building on the Aptos testnet have seen over 160,000 transactions per second (TPS), thanks to promising upgrades such as the parallel execution engine, Block-STM.

The Ankr Network serves an average of 8 billion blockchain requests per day across more than 50 networks. It provides a time-tested, high-performance RPC nodes infrastructure to handle any demand load, dramatically expanding Aptos’ public RPC resources.

Aptos Testnet RPC (Remote Procedure Call) from Ankr connects wallets, command line interfaces, and dApps with the Aptos blockchain. It acts as a router or blockchain router that transmits information across the chain between Aptos nodes and dApps and ultimately end users so that they can perform necessary tasks such as transactions, filling wallet balances, fetching proprietary information, and more.

To power the global Aptos network, Ankr Aptos provides a geo-distributed and decentralized RPC consisting of many independent blockchain nodes operating around the world for reliable low-latency connections.

Developers can make their first call to Aptos using Ankr . RPC Service Currently. They can use the endpoint To invoke Aptos string using standard EVM JSON RPC methods.

About Aptos

Aptos is a secure and scalable Tier 1 blockchain founded by Meta alumni. It is backed by a16z, FTX Ventures, Paypal Ventures, Coinbase Ventures, Binance Labs, and other leading investors. With the launch of its mainnet on the horizon, Aptos promises that the blockchain will be faster, more scalable and more secure than its current competitors, thanks to an advanced programming language called Move. The Move resource and language model solves many of the performance and security issues found in most other Layer 1 protocols.

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Ankr is building the future of Web3 decentralized infrastructure, serving over 50 proof-of-ownership chains with an industry-leading global node delivery system and RPC aggregator. Ankr currently delivers more than 2 trillion transactions annually via Web3 and is the leading infrastructure provider for BSC, Fantom and Polygon chains as of 2022. Ankr also offers a suite of developer tools, including Liquid Staking SDK, Web3 Gaming SDK, and AppChains as a Service, enabling dApp developers can create Web3 applications quickly and easily.

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