Frequently Asked Questions about All That Node. Feel free to submit questions below.
All That Node is a node-as-a-service powered by DSRV, a leading validator and blockchain infrastructure provider based in Seoul, South Korea. All That Node can help you launch and manage a custom node, eliminating the hassle of node management.
We currently support Ethereum, Terra, and Osmosis, with many more to come!
Our HA clusters rely on three essential components.
- 1.24/7 enterprise-grade monitoring system that keeps an eye on nodes to make sure they are functioning properly.
- 2.Load balancer that automatically distributes requests among servers based on geolocation, allowing faster access to the node API.
- 3.Failover system connected to the load balancer, which can take over immediately to ensure your service remains operational.
After signing in, select "Create New Project" in the upper right-hand corner. Then complete the following three steps.
- 1.Select the protocol you wish to use.
- 2.Select the plan suitable for your needs. We currently offer the RPC Free and Custom Plan only.
- 3.Be sure to name your project!
Once you’ve completed the above, you will be redirected to the Project Detail Page. Your project is now ready to go!
It depends on your plan. With the RPC Node Free Plan, you can create one project per protocol. If you wish to create more projects per protocol, you can do so with the Custom Plan.
Once again, this depends on the plan you pick. See the table below to compare different plans.
To make things easier for you, we keep track of your requests.
You can check the remaining number on the Project Detail Page (Dashboard > All Projects > Project Detail Page).
API stands for 'Application Programming Interface'. An API key is a set of programming instructions or code used to identify and authenticate an application or user. An API key is generated by the platform, which then calls the API in order to identify the user, developer, or program attempting to access the node (or blockchain). API keys can help break development silos, and are typically accompanied by a set of access rights belonging to the API associated with the key.
There are two ways to view your API key.
- 1.When creating a new project, you will be redirected to the project detail page. You can find the API key clusters below the project name.
- 2.If you have already created your project, go to the Dashboard menu and select the project whose API keys you want. You can find the API key clusters below the project name.
We currently only offer the RPC Node Free Plan and the Custom Plan.
We will share more information about other plans as soon as possible. For details on the different plans, see the table below! (the same applies to all protocols at the moment)
Sure, you can! With All That Node, you can scale your project anytime on the Project Detail Page (Dashboard > All Projects > Project Detail Page > Edit Project).
💬 We are setting up a reasonable refund policy, which will take into account the project time period and usage. (Updated Nov 25, 2021)
Please note that we only charge for the Custom Plan at the moment. Once you have selected Custom Plan and created your project, we will contact you via your registered email to complete the payment.