Shardeum is thrilled to have Zeeve in its ecosystem. Zeeve is an enterprise-grade no-code Blockchain Infrastructure Automation platform that enables easy deployment, monitoring, and management of Blockchain nodes and networks. Using Zeeve’s no-code stack, enterprises, Blockchain startups, Blockchain consulting companies, and Web3 developers can deploy nodes and Dapps within minutes and manage them with advanced analytics and real-time alerts. Zeeve also provides Web3 infrastructure plug-n-play services like decentralized storage, decentralized identity, and Blockchain Ledger data APIs for faster building of Dapps.
Currently providing its Web3 infrastructure automation services to over 26,000 developers, startups, and enterprises, Zeeve envisions building a robust Web3 community and increasing its revenue almost 4x in 2023. It also plans to set up a completely decentralized node infrastructure to provide next-generation privacy and security in the months to come.
The integration between Zeeve and Shardeum empowers early adopters to participate in the network as validators and earn rewards in testnet SHM. Zeeve’s integration with Shardeum provides the following features and benefits:
- Fully automated and quick validator node setup
- Effortless node management on the Shardeum Sphinx network; earn node rewards without having technical expertise
- Comprehensive node monitoring with proactive alerts
- Round-the-clock support
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Last Updated on August 21, 2023