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Launchnodes provides L1 Remote Procedure Call (RPC) nodes for interaction and building on blockchains and interacting with L2 chains:

Interaction with Smart Contracts:

Launchnodes RPC nodes provide an interface for developers and users to interact with smart contracts deployed on the L1 chain. Using your own L1 RPC nodes with Launchnodes allows transactions to be sent, and contract functions to be called, which is essential for the functionality of your (dApps).

Data Access:

Having an RPC nodes that runs on Infrastructure you own allows your users and applications to read data that you can trust from the blockchain, without a third party dependency. This includes retrieving balances, transaction histories, and state information from the L1 chain. Launchnodes understands how critical this data access is for the operation of wallets, explorers, and other blockchain tools. Running your own RPC nodes allows you to trust this data.

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Full Ethereum Nodes

Transaction Verification:  Launchnodes Full Ethereum nodes validate transactions and blocks by checking all the rules of the Ethereum network. Managing your own RPC nodes ensures that you are working with verified data, enhancing security and trust in the network.

Self-Reliance: Launchnodes helps you run a full node on your own infrastructure that allows your project or business to rely less on third-party nodes, reducing the risk of data tampering and increasing control over their own operations.

Improved Network Participation

Enhanced Privacy: Operating your own full node with Launchnodes means that businesses don’t have to expose their transaction data to third-party nodes, thereby maintaining greater privacy.

Real-Time Data

Launchnodes full nodes provide projects and businesses with real-time access to blockchain data, which is crucial for applications requiring up-to-date information.

Customization: Launchnodes allows you
to customise a node to fit specific needs, such
as integrating with their existing systems or developing proprietary features.

Comprehensive Blockchain Analysis

Launchnodes archive nodes give you the entire history of the blockchain, making them invaluable for businesses and projects that need to perform detailed analysis, audits, and forensics.

Historical Smart Contract Data: These nodes allow businesses to access past states of smart contracts, which is essential for applications that need to track changes over time or verify past contract conditions. 

Market Analysis

Financial institutions and market analysts can use Launchnodes archive nodes to perform extensive research on historical transaction data to identify trends and make informed decisions.

Development and Testing: Developers can use historical data from our nodes to test how their applications would have performed under past conditions, ensuring robustness and reliability before deploying new features. As the nodes run
on infrastructure you own this allows development and testing to happen faster.

Regulatory Compliance

Businesses in regulated industries can use Launchnodes archive nodes to provide comprehensive audit trails and meet regulatory requirements by demonstrating the full history of transactions and smart contract interactions.

Forensic Analysis: In case of disputes or investigations, businesses and project can rely on Launchnodes RPC and archive nodes to retrieve detailed historical data to resolve issues.

Why RPC nodes matter

For dApps to work, they need RPC nodes. RPC nodes allow a dApp to access all the available data stored on a blockchain. 

It’s been a learning journey for developers and those performing mission critical or financially important work on the blockchain to fully understand why healthy blockchains need RPC nodes.

Third party APIs are powerful tools which make development at scale easy. Software development using blockchains requires a different paradigm. Using blockchains often requires native access to blockchain data that you know the origin of and can trust. This
is important for the Ethereum network and all blockchains to avoid centralisation of data and single points of failure.

Decentralise data for improved trust and reliability

Blockchains architectures are about open and publicly available data that relates to the network. For them to be successful and healthy, you need lots of nodes, not only for validating transactions and securing the network, but also to avoid there being one source
of truth owned by a single third party, centralising data rather than
making it distributed.

Infura and Alchemy, who both provide extensive and excellent APIs, do not want only their APIs to be used. This avoids centralisation, and also the possibility of being responsible for a large number of APIs providing slow or bad data, which could impact your business. Running your own RPC nodes stops this happening, giving your business and your dApps data you can trust.

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