- NOWNodes notes that this is a vital step to accommodate further requests.
- Shibarium makes it to the top five of the most active networks on NOWNodes.
- This new record breaks the previous one made in September on the same network.
Shibarium, a Layer 2 blockchain built on the Ethereum and Polygon chains, makes it to the top five of the most active networks on NOWNodes, a blockchain-as-a-service solution platform.
In an X (formerly Twitter) announcement, NOWNodes has emphasized that the increased activity on the Shiba Inu ecosystem blockchain suggests further expansion in the “capacities for Shibarium RPC Node utilizations.”
NOWNodes added that this upward move for the Shibarium is a vital step to accommodate further requests and calls as well as integrate future partnerships with larger volumes.
Concurrently, the platform calls on developers to begin deploying and developing on the Shiba Inu blockchain network. According to the NOWNodes website, the utilization of the Shiba Inu RPC (otherwise known as “remote procedure call”) nodes entails a “seamless integration” and development of and through the Shibarium Mainnet.
This is a new record, as the blockchain-as-a-service solution has previously lauded Shibarium for climbing to the ranks on NOWNodes after it deployed its very own RPC node in September. As such, the Shiba Inu ecosystem processed over 7 million RPC proposals for the Shibarium network in just one week.
Shibarium was officially launched in mid-August during the Blockchain Futurist Conference in Toronto. However, it was met with a network glitch following unexpected traffic in the blockchain. Nonetheless, the Shibarium team relaunched the network and completed the process in over a week on August 28, 2023.
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