Shardeum is thrilled to welcome Spheron to its ecosystem. Spheron is a comprehensive solution that is revolutionizing the infrastructure of decentralized applications (Dapps). Designed to address the ever-evolving demands of the digital landscape, Spheron is empowering developers with a comprehensive set of tools and services rooted in the superior capabilities of Web3 Infra.
Spheron transcends traditional Web2 infrastructures, offering a broad spectrum of services, from web hosting to storage and computing capabilities. It serves as the linchpin in a vibrant ecosystem of Web3 apps, ensuring that Dapps not only exist but thrive in this new paradigm. But the true power of Spheron is not merely in its comprehensive service offering, but in the exceptional performance boost, it brings to the table. It rivals any Web2 counterpart, underlining the viability of Web3 technology for a new generation of applications. It allows developers to look past the limitations of Web2 infrastructure and embrace the transformative power of Web3.
Most recently, Spheron has added support for Shardeum validator nodes. Users can set up their validator nodes in a few clicks directly from the Spheron UI! Check out the tutorial here. Moreover, Spheron also allows users to deploy nodes directly via its Telegram bot. Send a DM to Spheron’s founder, Prashant Maurya here to get exclusive access to it!
Connect with Spheron:
- Website: https://sphn.wiki/website
- Twitter: https://twitter.com/spheronfdn
- Discord: https://sphn.wiki/discord
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