GetBlock Nodes Provider Introduces Account and Pricing System
GetBlock – a service that provides a fast and easy connection to over 45 blockchain nodes of the most popular cryptocurrencies – is introducing their account and pricing details for both current and future clients.
How account will work
To help the clients monitor nodes' performance and manage multiple API keys more efficiently, GetBlock has introduced an account.
Any user who wants to get access to full nodes provided by the service now has to register his personal GetBlock account. API keys as well as the related statistics will be displayed on the dashboard.
• Access to your API keys
• Available requests
• Payment history
• Requests packages
Features Coming Soon:
• Method calls
• Bandwidth usage
When one creates his own app and starts sending requests, the account will become a quite useful tool for getting an overview of the app analytics.
Since the launch of GetBlock in December 2019, the service has been free for everyone. Now, after several months of hard work, growth, and development, the team has decided to implement pricing packages starting from December 1, 2020.
They are going to invest in better performance and greater stability of their service along with adding new features to ensure that GetBlock is an end-to-end tool for app developers.
The GetBlock pricing system has been structured for project builders at different stages of invention, which comes to several packages of requests:
10K requests – 0,30$;
100K requests – 2$;
500K requests – 6$;
1M requests – 10$;
5M requests – 30$;
10M requests – 50$;
50M requests – 200$;
Over 50M requests – individual pricing.
The service also offers their users 40K requests/day for FREE to continue encouraging growth and adoption of blockchain technology.
Currently, the project accepts only cryptocurrency payments, so BTC (Bitcoin), ETH (Ethereum), BCH (Bitcoin Cash), LTC (Litecoin), USD Coin (USDC), and Dai (DAI) can be used as a method of payment. Also, the clients can use the pay with Coinbase option on the order form.
Moreover, there is an option to be emailed an invoice to pay rather than be automatically charged for each package of requests.
To sum up
The members of service note that they've seen the need for implementing account and pricing as the GetBlock community has grown. In case of any questions, please feel free to reach out to the GetBlock team (mailto:support@