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Acala

Blockdaemon offers institutional-grade Acala infrastructure, on-chain data and staking services.

Whether you’re a developer that needs end-to-end managed nodes or you’re a financial institution that wants to earn maximum yield on your assets with validator nodes, we have you covered.

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    • Mainnet
    • PoS
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    • AWS
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Staking

  • Collator/Validator Node

    Blockdaemon lets anyone run their own collator/validator node and white-label it in their own name. Our white-label validator nodes are non-custodial (you keep your keys private), fully maintained/monitored, run at 99.9% uptime and have manual-failover built-in, eliminating double-signing. Blockdaemon’s market leading node performance is focused on meeting the high demands of large institutional banks, custodians and exchanges.

  • Staking Tools

    Our Staking Dashboard gives you a high-level overview of your staking activity, which includes your rewards earned, account address, principal, and reward amounts converted to USD.

    If you want to analyze your Acala rewards more comprehensively, download them from a Staking Report. The Staking Report contains validator address, principal staked, crypto token, yield, time period, and ending validator balance.

Nodes

  • Dedicated Nodes

    We've been perfecting Nodes-as-a-Service since 2017. All our Dedicated RPC Nodes are built for zero downtime and high security. Our nodes are supported by optional High-Availability Clusters, offering secure backups and helping you manage unforeseen load spikes. Lastly, every machine we manage comes with 24/7 support and transparent service level agreements.

  • Universal API

    If you want access to Acala data but don't want to run a Dedicated node, take a closer look at our Universal API. Our Universal multi-chain API lets you tap into full archive data and transaction data at a fraction of the cost of running a node. Best of all, it's free to try out.

  • Native Acala API

    With the Native RPC Access API, you can easily interact with multiple major protocols through their own native APIs. The Native Access API allows you to go deeper into a specific blockchain and get enriched native specific data with no abstraction to connect to our nodes.

Connecting institutions to blockchains with one integration.

Supporting 60+ cutting edge blockchain networks with world-class blockchain infrastructure. We power the blockchain economy with an easy-to-use, secure and scalable node management platform.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Parachains such as the Acala Network will rely on Collators to provide recent state transitions to the validators on the Polkadot Relay Chain. The validators on the Relay Chain would operate under the NPoS (Nominated Proof-of-Stake) mechanism to maximize chain security. Collators maintain a “full-node” for the Acala Network parachain, producing parachain blocks and proving bad behaviors and in return are awarded ACA tokens.

  • The overall Acala network is governed by the General Council and specialized councils, but token holders have the right to propose network updates and risk parameter adjustments. Specialized councils would govern specific domains of the network.

  • Users can essentially mint L-DOTs by supplying DOTs to the staking pool managed by the Homa Protocol, and redeem L-DOTs for the underlying DOTs. The exchange rate between L-DOTs and the underlying DOTs are likely to increase over time, as staking rewards are accrued by validating and nominating. The Homa Protocol will execute the staking strategy to deploy locked DOTs.

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