Pocket Network onboards developers via update to Portal

Pocket Network, the leading decentralized Web3 infrastructure protocol, is onboarding developers to take advantage of its global RPC node network in a major update to its Pocket Portal service, Coin Journal has learned from a press release.

The portal allows Web3 developers to easily access blockchain data, create RPC endpoints for their dApps, and create accounts.

New service plan

Updated service plans include Custom Enterprise, Pay as You Go, and Always Free. The last one serves as many as 250,000 data relays daily. High-traffic developers can choose one of his two other plans.

The PAYG model requires payment only for the relays used by the dApps on a monthly basis, rather than making a lump sum upfront payment. The new PAYG plan allows each account to create as many endpoints as needed for up to two dApps.

Self-service access point

Integration with Stripe enables direct payments, making it much easier for Web3 developers to set up decentralized access through Pocket Portal. For the two plans other than Always Free, you pay a fixed price per relay.

Pocket Network is now offering a fully self-service access point with an overhaul of its Pocket Portal gateway.

Portal use reward

Pocket Network rewards developers with $POKT for using Portal. These rewards can be applied to future services. With the PAYG plan, you will receive $POKT after paying the service fee for a total of 2 years. After that, you can continue using the service by staking $POKT.

Ownership of the actual dApp infrastructure

The upgrade allows Web3 developers to truly own their infrastructure instead of paying for SaaS. Pocket Network thereby offers a truly revolutionary approach and a major shift towards transforming RPC infrastructure into an asset.

Pocket Network CEO Michael O’Rourke commented:

Developers can enjoy the same stability and reliability with more services and payment options.Pocket Network transforms the front-end and back-end of portals, enabling Web3 developers to turn their service platform into an asset. Did.

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