GetBlock adds support for Syscoin (SYS) – an open-source decentralized blockchain based on combining both Ethereum (ETH) and Bitcoin (BTC) infrastructures. The project has a long history of utilizing cutting-edge technology, including its own NEVM computational mechanism, EVM compatibility, scaling solutions, etc.

Syscoin’s features supported by GetBlock

Syscoin offers a wide range of novel solutions, therefore many Web3 developers are looking for ways to integrate the platform’s ecosystem into their decentralized products. GetBlock is a Blockchain-as-a-Service provider with top-notch infrastructure for building dApps and various options for different requirements and budgets.

GetBlock clients can leverage Syscoin’s groundbreaking technology via SYS dedicated and shared nodes.

Ways to benefit from SYS nodes hosted by GetBlock

GetBlock’s Syscoin dedicated nodes are geographically allocated and privately designed node infrastructures offering reliable and resource-efficient access to Syscoin API. What’s more, SYS dedicated nodes help customers boost the performance of their dApps with no need to spend time and money on additional maintenance. GetBlock offers an unlimited number of requests and a variety of server locations and API interfaces to choose from.

Syscoin shared nodes hosted by GetBlock are the perfect entry-level solution for beginners in blockchain and Web3 technology. Shared nodes provide access to peer-shared node infrastructure, therefore making it a fitting option for early dApp development.

GetBlock does not only deliver near-instant access to SYS blockchain nodes but is also supporting Syscoin’s upcoming Rollux Layer 2 solution. The much-anticipated launch of Syscoin Rollux will employ both Optimistic and ZK-rollups to provide the best scalability experience for users. Learn more about the uniquely innovative technology here.

What is Syscoin?

Syscoin positions itself as the only first-layer platform with EVM scaling functionality support, therefore the project seeks to supply users with top-notch security, decentralization, and high throughput.

The protocol’s Network-Enhanced Virtual Machine (NEVM) is intended to provide trustless interoperability alongside smart contract support to smart cities, where users can also be guaranteed ultra-low fees and robust decentralization, backed up by BTC’s PoW security model. SYS and NEVM have been seamlessly integrated via a bridge.

With NEVM, Syscoin is proving its main mission to combine the strongest elements of the two leading crypto platforms and make them accessible and user-friendly on a global scale.

Moreover, having effectively deployed zero-knowledge rollup technology, the platform’s roadmap includes further implementation of DAOSYS, Optimistic Rollups technology, Validium, and Proof of Data Availability.

Currently, Syscoin users can leverage the platform’s innovative technologies in such fields as smart contract deployment, metaverses utilization, IoT, Smart Cities, and so on.

SYS masternodes (aka full nodes) deliver Finality to safeguard DeFi applications built via the platform and protect dApps from possible malicious attacks.