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QuikNode costs around 1 Ether (ETH) for 30 days. 7-day & discounted 3/6/12-month terms are available!

QuikNodes expire and are deleted after 30 days. You can extend your node inside the UI, add more time by referring a friend, or simply buy another!

Developers can query the node using http or websocket links, and we provide step-by-step guides for MyEtherWallet/MyCrypto and MetaMask setup inside the QuikNode control panel.

Yes, by avoiding queues to public/shared nodes, especially those which form during a crowdsale, your tx has a higher chance of success. QuikNodes are on high-speed Internet connections, always online, and always synced, so your tx is broadcast to the Ethereum network as quickly as possible.

Unlike shared infrastructure and API gateways, QuikNode provides users with a dedicated node and environment. Each QuikNode operates in a dedicated cloud instance, not shared with anyone else. Shared environments lend themselves to the ‘noisy neighbor’ issue (a “co-tennant that monopolizes bandwidth, disk I/O, CPU and other resources, and can negatively affect other users' performance”). It’s basically the one user who hogs all the resources, at your expense. With QuikNode, only you have access to your node, which provides optimal performance and privacy (which is particularly important for DeFi applications). Each QuikNode runs on finely-tuned, over-provisioned instances (2-4x the minimum recommended specs), and is capable of, in the case of current Geth & Parity ETH nodes, handling well over 1 Million requests per day. There is no load-balancing, so data received is consistent. There are zero RPC restrictions or rate-limits. Users also enjoy native node client features, like Geth’s `txpool` & `debug` and Parity’s `parity` and `trace` modules (*trace currently available on Archive nodes only), as well as reliable WebSocket connectivity when subscribing to events (pub/sub). Incoming transactions are sent directly to the dedicated node (which is configured to maintain 20-50 peers at all times), allowing for quick propagation to the blockchain network. Overall, this type of setup yields pure performance, and a secure, reliable experience for both the dApp operator and his end-users.

While not all RPC requests are the same (some are more resource-intensive than others), we see QuikNode users push upwards of 1 Million requests per day on their node (with room to spare). We do not rate-limit RPC requests!

All proceeds will be held in ETH and used to fund the company, expand the team, and develop value for the Ethereum ecosystem.

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About The Team

QuikNode is a multinational team with over 40 years combined experience managing datacenters, high-speed networks, and distributed systems.

Our mission is to help blockchain ecosystems scale, by providing accessible core infrastructure.


July 2017

QuikNode.io debut •

Launch node in 8 locations •

Use with MyEtherWallet/MyCrypto •

ETH MainNet only •

August 2017

• Added referral program

• Added QWallet webapp

• Added Kovan, Ropsten, Morden, Ethereum Classic, Expanse chains

September 2017

Added support for MetaMask RPC •

Added HttpProvider (Web3.js) support •

Added block counter to UI •

Started work on QuikNode Pro

October 2017

• Introduced 3/6/12-month plans

• 300th QuikNode launched

• Over 800 Twitter followers

• Over 160 Facebook Page likes

• Over 100 members on Slack

November 2017

QuikNode video published •

December 2017

• QuikNode sees Kitty mania

• QNode giveaway on Twitter

• Introduced Rebuild Node feature

• Hit 1000 followers on Twitter

January 2018

Released QWallet.io Search

QuikNode Pro enters alpha testing •

Added support for WebSockets

Improved QWallet search time by 400% •

Over 1300 GitHub commits

Upgraded QNodes for performance

February 2018

• QWallet multi-currency & portfolio views

Telegram bot for QWallet shipped

• Sponsored #ETHDenver

• Released Node Logs feature

• Added support for Geth & Rinkeby

• Added extend/renew QuikNode feature

• 1200 Twitter followers

• 229 Slack members

• Over 600 total QNodes launched

Q2 2018

Modify Node feature released •

dApp Tutorial with DappUniversity •

Sponsored #Hackital •

Sponsored #ETHBuenosAires •

Whisper API enabled •

Q3 2018

• QuikNode turns 1 🚀

• Sponsored HackMidwest, EthAtlanta, HackInOut, Pragma Tech Conf., educational video series

• Partnered w/ Loopring, Hydrogen, Elixir

• 3000 Twitter followers

• 500 Slack members

• Over 1000 total QNodes launched

Q4 2018

Launched Parity Archive Node service •

Updated Node UI metrics & stats •

Medium Publicaton launched for developers •

QuikNode.pro achieves >99.999% uptime in 2018 •

Q1/Q2 2019

• Launched #Web3Vibes Newsletter

• Upgraded all Nodes to Constantinople

• Sponsored HexaHive, HackOnHills, HackInTheNorth, and ETHNewYork Hackathons

Build the future!

Expand QuikNode features •

Support additional blockchains •

Add MasterNode & Staking service •

Support developers with credits & sponsorships •

Promote community via education •

... suggest a new feature in Slack! •

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