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Bware Labs to Launch Blast GA for Reliable Blockchain Access

Bware Labs announced its launch of the most awaited GA BLAST that will improve the platform’s functioning as well as provide efficient and reliable API services.

Bware Labs is a startup blockchain company based in Bucharest that links blockchain information to autonomous node operators. Finally, the platform is launching the most awaited GA (general availability) of its API infrastructure. An announcement was made on Tuesday about the Bware Labs GA API connection that will enhance the platform’s functioning and offer the best performing, most efficient, and reliable API services. Additionally, the project will also add more connections to the blockchain in order to increase the utility on the platform. 

The Bware Labs API Service Terminal or BLAST GA release will be coupled with refined UX as well as new project capabilities that will enable the disintegration of usage visualization and user environment and the integration of Playground space provided to the users for testing generated endpoints and making upgrades and updates prior to the launch of the final application. This release will also bring new analytics, presented in visualizations and charts that will allow users to plan, adapt and monitor their infrastructure based on their app requirements.

Being an API service provider, Bware Labs functions as both node operators and blockchain APIs. It enables users to produce endpoints on several Blockchain and communicate and share data efficiently. They can also produce endpoints for multiple blockchains such as Binance Smart Chain, Ethereum, Polygon, Avalanche, MoonRiver, MoonBeam, Fantom, Shiden, Astar, Polkadot, and Elrond. Reliable and efficient node providers will be rewarded for revealing their node Apis, and this is done to incentivize them to offer quality services. 

BLAST is a subscription-based multi-chain API platform that aims to link several blockchains, giving businesses and developers an effective channel for routing their requests across Blockchain networks. Project features will allow users to segregate several environments and at the same time support programming library development. Users will also be allowed to produce individual API endpoints for every supported Blockchain within one project space.

The playground offers a testbed space to the users where they can test their generated API endpoint by verifying response and adapting method parameters before they launch their apps into production. 

BLAST Subscription-Based Model

As discussed before, the GA BLAST of Bware Labs will launch a subscription-based model where the users will be allowed to select any of the three subscription tiers. Out of the three tiers, the first will be free with a maximum of 12mn requests a month, limited to 25 RPS and 10 WebSocket connection support per endpoint. The Developer tier is the second tier that comes with a maximum of 18mn requests a month, limited to 50 RPS and 20 WebSocket connection support per endpoint. The final Startup tier will support a maximum of 45mn requests a month, 100 RPS limit, and 100 WebSocket connection support per endpoint.

Users can subscribe to any one of the three tiers for their desired time period and can switch or extend to different tiers. The users will pay in stablecoins for the subscription to eliminate any kind of volatility that exists in the Blockchain ecosystem. This will also allow businesses and developers to manage a predictable infrastructure cost. They can also choose a customized plan with tailored services based on the access requirements of their infrastructure.

Future Plans of GA BLAST of Bware Labs

Soon after the GA BLAST release, the company plans to decentralize its node operators. The release will mainly focus on new operators’ complete decentralization and will simultaneously maintain the quality, performance, and reliability that are offered by centralized node operators. The release will focus on the integration of new operators via incentivized mechanisms and will launch a net phase for testing, in which protocols for enforcing and monitoring the standards of reliability and performance of the existing API infrastructures will be validated thoroughly. In order to incentivize the node operators, they will be given a part of the revenues earned by the platform, along with the freedom to stake their BWR tokens and get additional rewards.

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