Ready to decentralize your Harmony RPC access and tap into the reliability of Pocket Network’s thousands of nodes? Want to build with a private endpoint of your own?
You can use a Pocket-Powered RPC endpoint to bring fast and reliable infrastructure to your Harmony experience.
Here’s how to get started 👇
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- Mint Your Own Decentralized Endpoint
- Check Out the Quickstart Guide on Building with Pocket
- Use the Pocket API Docs to Level Up
- Meet the Community and Ask Away
Mint Your Own Decentralized Harmony RPC Endpoint
It’s easy to set up your own private endpoint with Pocket. Just head over to the Pocket Portal and:
🟢 Sign up for an account
🟢 Create a new application
🟢 Use our Always Free tier for thousands of free data relays per day
🟢 Add your own private endpoints for Harmony or any of Pocket’s dozens of supported chains
🟢 Let the data relays begin!
You’re now set up with decentralized and reliable infrastructure to power your project – and the whole process just takes a couple of minutes, so you can focus on shipping.
Check Out the Quickstart Guide on Building with Pocket
Now that you’ve got a Pocket endpoint, it’s time to put it to use.
Your Portal URL is designed to work directly in the popular frameworks and libraries that you’ll need to interact with. Our Quickstart Guide for building with Pocket will get you rolling.
🟢Build an interface to applications. See how to use your Pocket endpoint with popular libraries.
🟢Access live chains in your development environment. Learn how to leverage your endpoint in different smart contract environments.
🟢Access blockchain data directly. Learn how to use your Pocket endpoint to interact with underlying blockchain APIs directly in your browser.
Use the Pocket API Docs to Level Up Your Harmony RPC Access
You’ve got your Harmony RPC endpoint…you’ve got the crash course…now it’s time to really dig in.
The Pocket API Docs break down all the different requests you can make using your endpoint, and give interactive samples of proper requests and successful responses.
Plus, the Pocket API Docs bring a couple more handy extra functionalities:
🟢Send API requests directly through the browser, using your Portal ID
Meet the Community and Ask Away
Once you’ve got yourself acquainted make sure to hop in our Discord, ask any questions you may have, and listen in on our regular community calls.
The Pocket community is full of helpful builders that will help you make the most of decentralized infrastructure.