ConsenSys-owned Ethereum Infra solution provider Infura launches 3 new services

Infura, a ConsenSys-owned provider of ethereum infrastructure for building decentralized applications (dapps), has launched three new services with “enhanced” features.


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The firm announced the news on Thursday, saying that its “Infura+” package includes three subscription-based services - Developer, Team and Growth - for blockchain developers to build dapps of “all sizes” on the ethereum network.

Infura+ is for applications that require increased request volume, features such as Ethereum archive data, and advanced support directly from the team, the firm said.

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