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dApp Spotlight: QuikNode

The dApp ecosystem continues to grow every single month. Most of the projects in this industry try to tackle either the gambling or financial sector. QuikNode, on the other hand, offers a far more elegant solution to actively support the Ethereum ecosystem. 

Network Nodes are Crucial

It is very important for any blockchain or cryptocurrency project to have ample network nodes. Every single node, which is usually connected to the network around the clock, is responsible for relaying information to the rest of the network. If there are insufficient nodes, an ecosystem can grind to a halt or risk being taken over by nefarious parties. 

Setting up a network node is not always as straightforward as one may think. This train of thought also applies to Ethereum, despite it being one of the most popular developer-oriented blockchains in the world. The ecosystem has many different testnets for developers to experiment with, yet there are few nodes available This is where QuikNode comes into the picture. 

The QuikNode Vision is Elegant

Whereas a lot of the dApps on the market today focus on finance and gambling, QuikNode tries to further advance the Ethereum ecosystem as a whole. The sole purpose of this dApp is to help users get their Ethereum node up and running in a manner of minutes. More importantly, one doesn’t need much technical know-how to become part of the ecosystem. 

The QuikNode developers acknowledge there is a lot more to Ethereum than just its main blockchain. Their node-as–a-service is compatible with the testnets as well, including Ropsten, Rinkeby, and Kovan. That makes it of great appeal to developers who are experimenting with Ethereum’s technology stack, such as smart contracts. Being able to interface with a private node at all times is crucial in that regard.

There is a purpose to QuikNode’s dApp outside of developers too. Anyone who is interested in investing in current Ethereum-based tokens – or those launching in the future – may want to set up their own network node. During the ICO craze of 2017, the Ethereum network got congested on multiple occasions. With a private node, the chances of that happening again in the future are slim to none. 

dApp Developers Rejoice

It is evident that this type of infrastructure can facilitate the development of other distributed applications on Ethereum. QuikNode removes all of the hassle associated with dealing with the infrastructure for the Ethereum project. By giving developers a way to focus on what they want to do most of all, the entire ecosystem will benefit as a result. 

It is worth pointing out that the service provided by QuikNode can apply to all kinds of dApps. It doesn’t matter if one is building a simple Ponzi Scheme or a very complex structure that might one day revolutionize the world. Everyone starts at the same level, yet being able to scale up quickly is crucial. With QuikNode, all of those headaches are removed from the equation.

Pricing Structure is Fair

For enthusiasts looking to set up their own private Ethereum node through this service, the price of doing so is fairly low. It costs 1 Ether to run a node for a full month. There are also multi-month plans available, which are potentially subject to a small discount. Once the node expires after its contracts comes to an end, it will be deleted automatically. 

The Roadmap 

Any service in the blockchain and cryptocurrency industry needs to keep evolving. QuikNode is no different,a s their roadmap includes some interesting milestones to reach. For now, the focus lies on supporting additional blockchains and introducing support for Masternodes and coin staking. Which projects are being looked at to add in the future, has not been communicated at this time. 

JP Buntinx
JP Buntinx
JP Buntinx is passionate about cryptocurrencies, fintech, blockchain, and finance. He currently resides in Belgium.


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