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Ethereum Classic (ETC) RPC Nodes APIsConnect your Web3 app to ETC blockchain

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Here you can create an Ethereum Classic API endpoint for your project. With GetBlock you don’t need to know how to run ETC nodes as they are available for mainnet and testnets.

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HOW IT WORKS

Start fast with ETC RPC nodes

Deploying your DeFi protocol, crypto exchange, or Play-to-Earn application on Ethereum Classic has never been easier

  • STEP ONE

    Get an endpoint

    Create an account for free and access 50+ chains

  • STEP TWO

    Start sending requests

    Check out our docs on all available methods

  • STEP THREE

    Manage your connection

    Change packages, switch between networks, add new chains

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PRICING PLANS

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F.A.Q

Ethereum Classic Nodes FAQ

  • What is an Ethereum Classic node?

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ETC APIS FOR DAPPS

Ethereum Classic RPC: Why should you choose it?

Ethereum Classic is an initial version of Ethereum protocol: ETC still follows the principles the second blockchain was launched with in 2015. After The DAO Hack, developers agreed to alter the history of the blockchain: a new network with erased attack-related events is now called Ethereum.

  • Unlike “main” blockchain, Ethereum Classic is still using Proof-of-Work (PoW) as its network consensus type. However, due to security and functionality issues, it slightly adjusted the Ethash mining algorithm. New ETC nodes algorithm Thanos or ETChash was implemented in 2020.

  • Ethereum Classic supports smart contracts. Although its dApps ecosystem isn't as large as that of Ethereum, ETC RPC APIs are still used by dozens of on-chain games, marketplaces, stablecoins, and wrapped tokens.

  • Ethereum Classic's main cryptocurrency is dubbed ETC. It is listed by almost all major crypto exchanges and remains in Top-30 by market capitalization.

When Ethereum replaced the Proof-of-Work (PoW) consensus by Proof-of-Stake (PoS) one, many miners of the second largest cryptocurrency migrated to Ethereum Classic. Together with Ergo and Ravencoin, it remains the top-tier cryptocurrency on Ethash.

PREMIUM ETHEREUM CLASSIC RPC ENDPOINTS

GetBlock Development API:Your perfect gateway to Web3

  • Focus on building with ETC RPC; GetBlock does most of the legwork

    As long as you work with GetBlock’s ETC nodes, you don’t need to spend resources on servers, DevOps teams and so on: we offer ready-made blockchain nodes solutions that can be activated in minutes.

  • Different use cases, different ETC APIs

    Our users can customize their ETC RPC nodes endpoints regardless of their previous experience with GetBlock’s intuitive interface and premium-level customer support.

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