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Ubiquity API

What is Ubiquity Blockchain API?
Ubiquity Quick Start
Compute Units
Available Ubiquity APIs
Ubiquity Supported Protocols
Developer Documentation

What is the Ubiquity Blockchain API?

Ubiquity is a multi-protocol API suite. With Ubiquity, you can easily interact with major blockchains without owning or managing your own nodes.

Blockchain infrastructure management requires significant investment and overhead. Ubiquity removes these overheads and simplifies blockchain access.

As the leading Blockchain-as-a-Service solution, Ubiquity provides RESTful API access to multiple major protocols.

Ubiquity Quick Start

You can find Ubiquity quick start guides here: Getting Started with Ubiquity

Please note that you need to authorize your requests. To learn more, see: Authentication Guide

Compute Units

Ubiquity usage is measured in Compute Units.

In earlier versions of Ubiquity, usage was based on the number of transactions made and we treated all transactions equally. However, different transactions and protocols require different levels of computational power.

We implemented Compute Units to provide a fairer, more transparent solution.

To learn more about Compute Units, see: Compute Units

Available Ubiquity APIs

Ubiquity provides a number of ways to interact with blockchains:

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Ubiquity Supported Protocols

More Protocols Coming Soon!

We’re always adding more features and wider network support to Ubiquity.

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Protocol Matrix

See Ubiquity Protocol Matrix to find all Ubiquity endpoints available for the supported protocols and networks. The following APIs are covered: Ubiquity Universal API, Ubiquity Specialized API.

Developer Documentation

You can view the Ubiquity developer documentation here: Ubiquity Developer Documentation

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