Breaking News!

After months of development and thanks to the support of a 0x community development grant (thank you 0x team!), we're pleased to announce the official launch of the EtherCattle Initiative, an open source project that brings streaming replication to geth nodes! With the EtherCattle Initiative, scaling to meet the RPC request needs of your projects no longer means you have to stand up additional full nodes.

But that's not all!! Today, we're also announcing Rivet, a service powered by the EtherCattle Initiative's code. We intend to offer Rivet as a paid service to developers who don't want to host their own nodes, similar to Infura or Alchemy. Unlike the competition, however, Rivet will offer instant signup, transparent pricing, and a robust privacy policy that covers the users of projects powered by Rivet.

With the EtherCattle Initiative and Rivet, we're taking geth node scalability to the next level—and we want you to be a part of it with us. How can you help? You can contribute to the open source project, or join the Rivet closed beta in July.

If you want to learn more, check out the project and the docs on Github or sign up for the Rivet closed beta using one of these handy buttons:

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