Flux (FLUX) has joined the league of GetBlock customers and shared the first feedback on this collaboration. Which nodes are the most crucial ones for them?

GetBlock provides ‘backup solution’ for Flux (FLUX)

Flux (FLUX, previously ZEL) is a cryptocurrency ecosystem that includes native blockchain, retail wallet, decentralized identity management solution, Docker-based nodes’ environment and operating system.

Its wallet provides customers with the opportunity to store, send and exchange a plethora of assets including crypto behemoths, utility tokens, governance coins and so on. This non-custodial wallet doesn’t store users’ funds or keys: all transactions occur on-chain.

Here’s why reliable network connection is a must for Flux (FLUX) wallet ZelCore. Its team accesses a number of blockchains via GetBlock instruments and is excited about the level of its performance:

We are using GetBlock as a backup solution for some coins where it is possible for us (Ethereum, Binance Smart Chain, Ethereum Classic, NEO, and Cardano). Particularly, we are very happy about the Cardano (ADA) services as that is where we are sometimes having downtime so it's a nice fallback.

Introducing Flux (FLUX): five blockchain solutions under one umbrella

Launched in early Q1, 2020, Flux (FLUX) project has delivered a rich toolkit of decentralized instruments. FLUX (formerly ZEL) is its core native token that utilizes Proof-of-Work (PoW) algorithm.

FluxNode refers to the architecture of nodes that ensures the security and finality of FLUX transactions. It is operated by FluxOS computational network.

ZelCore is a multi-currency wallet while ZelCore+ is its premium version. Also, the FLUX team released the security solution ZelID that is promoted as a decentralized alternative to 2FA authorization model.