IOTA EVM Endpoints Now Live on Blast for Seamless Development

IOTA EVM endpoints are now live on Blast, offering developers NFTs, token-related smart contracts, governance and gaming dApps, and more tools. Blast API will offer over 87,000 reliable and powerful endpoints, maximizing the stability and availability of IOTA EVM. Blast API has announced the integration of IOTA EVM in the latest update for the network’s [...]

IOTA EVM Endpoints Now Live on Blast for Seamless Development
  • IOTA EVM endpoints are now live on Blast, offering developers NFTs, token-related smart contracts, governance and gaming dApps, and more tools.
  • Blast API will offer over 87,000 reliable and powerful endpoints, maximizing the stability and availability of IOTA EVM.

Blast API has announced the integration of IOTA EVM in the latest update for the network’s first fully EVM-compatible smart contract chain.

In the announcement, the IOTA Foundation stated that the integration will provide powerful and reliable endpoints for dApps on the IOTA ecosystem, ensuring accessible interaction with the IOTA EVM.

“Free access to public and dedicated endpoints means you can tap into the IOTA EVM Mainnet or Testnet with ease, leveraging real-time data, transaction history, network status, and many more,” the Blast team added.

Blast API is a decentralized platform that offers its users scalable node infrastructure for accessing blockchain data through high-performance API endpoints for cross-chain dApps. It relies on third-party nodes for high-speed responses and supports over three dozen blockchains, including Bitcoin, Ethereum, Sui, BNB Smart Chain, Polygon, and more.

Blast Integrates IOTA EVM for Reliable Endpoints

Blast’s platform is built around offering the most reliable endpoint network. In the API sector, endpoints are simply one end of a communication channel where an API—the code that facilitates communication between two software programs—interacts with one another. Endpoints accept requests and send back responses.

In blockchain, reliable, fast, and powerful endpoints are critical for the success of any dApp, as they give developers access to these applications anytime and from anywhere.

With the integration of Blast, developers can now “choose from multiple plans tailored to their needs, to ensure their throughput demands are always met as they build and scale their applications.” This includes a free plan that offers 76 endpoints and up to 40 API calls per endpoint per second.

Some added capabilities that developers on the paid plans will access include archive nodes, which retain all historical transaction information on IOTA from genesis to the present.

The IOTA Foundation noted:

Blast API’s integration with IOTA EVM marks another step in IOTA’s mission to become a prime destination for builders, projects, and innovators to build the digital future. In our push for global crypto adoption, tearing down the barriers between the traditional world and the Web3 space – and providing top-notch infrastructure – is a pivotal step in achieving our vision.

Blast API is the latest in a growing list of integrations for IOTA EVM as it continues to expand and offer more features. As Crypto News Flash reported, the IOTA Foundation recently integrated Pyth Network oracles to boost DeFi data reliability and accuracy.

IOTA trades at $0.1607, losing 9% in the past day, amid a broader market correction, for a $531 million market cap.


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