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Announcing Görli Testnet Support

Infura is excited to announce full support of the Görli test network. The Görli testnet is a community-driven effort and is the first proof-of-authority cross-client Ethereum testnet. Our mission has always been to provide reliable access to developers building on top of Ethereum and the Görli test network gives our

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Investing in the Decentralization of Ethereum

Infura has long recognized that the health of a decentralized network depends on a rich ecosystem of nodes capable of delivering on all the needs of its participants. Whether that be miners, light-client servers, or full nodes serving data via RPC, each brings incredible value and utility to the network.

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EthQL Update and ETHDenver Recap

This past weekend in Colorado, Infura participated in yet another spectacular ETHGlobal event. ETHDenver, now in its second year, was even bigger and better and showcased so much progress and development activity over the last year in the Ethereum community. E.G. Galano and Kris Shinn led a workshop showcasing

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Infura Dashboard Update

Introducing Infura StatsToday we are announcing the launch of the Stats section of the Infura Dashboard. Developers using dashboard generated Project IDs with their API requests will now have visibility into exactly how their application is using Infura. This includes their most common methods, request volume, and bandwidth usage. If

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Rinkeby consensus post-mortem

This post intends to shed light on the Rinkeby test network issues seen on September 5, 2018. There is no intent at placing blame or being critical. This is strictly written for the purpose of explaining to the community from our perspective what we saw and how we came to

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