Use Node as Dedicated API
1 Dedicated API Endpoint
Select the node you want to use as a Dedicated API, and click the
Use the Node button.
Turn on the API button, and use the Dedicated API endpoint to connect with the Blockchain Network.
2 API Access Control
By default, the Dedicated API is open to everyone. However, you can grant API access to only selected IP addresses for better security protection. As shown below, you input the IP address into the white list of the API Access and click Add. Only 1 IP address can be added at a time, and a maximum of 30 IP addresses is allowed in total.
If you want to remove a previously added IP address from the whitelist, you can click the
x to the right of the IP address.
3 View API Details
After finishing the settings, you can also view the usage statistic of your Dedicate API on the API Details.
4 Supported Blockchain Networks
We are now supporting using the node as Dedicated API on the following blockchain networks.
CORE's RPC interfaces are fully compatible with Ethereum, so you can refer to Ethereum Execution Layer API.
Karura's RPC interfaces are fully compatible with Polkadot, so you can refer to Polkadot RPC.
Persistence's RPC interfaces are fully compatible with Cosmos, so you can refer to Cosmos API.
Updated 19 days ago