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Kusama (KSM) RPC Nodes APIsConnect your Web3 app to KSM blockchain

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Here you can create a Kusama API endpoint for your project. With GetBlock you don’t need to know how to run KSM nodes as they are already available for mainnet and testnets.

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HOW IT WORKS

Start fast with KSM RPC nodes

Deploying your DeFi protocol, crypto exchange, or Play-to-Earn application on Kusama 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

Pricing that works for everyone

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  • Access to 50+ chains

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  • Pay for requests you make

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  • Save up to 30% annually*

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Dedicated Nodes: from $480 per chain

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F.A.Q

Kusama Nodes FAQ

  • What is a Kusama node?

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  • How to run a Kusama node?

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  • What is a KSM full node?

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  • What is Kusama RPC?

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  • How does Kusama API work?

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KSM APIS FOR DAPPS

Kusama RPC: Why should you choose it?

Kusama is a “sister chain” or parallel network for the Polkadot, a largest cross-chain ecosystem in Web3. The idea of this blockchain was proposed by Polkadot founder and former Ethereum CTO Dr. Gavin Wood.

  • The network supports Polkadot-like smart contracts; as such, it can host all types of decentralized applications including DeFi protocols, NFT marketplaces, on-chain wallets, crypto games, etc.

  • The blockchain is developed with Polkadot’s framework Substrate. Compared to the main blockchain, its nodes on-board dApps faster, which makes the process of crypto apps development more streamlined.

  • Kusama’s mission is to allow Polkadot-centric developers to stress-test their protocols before rolling them out in Polkadot’s mainnet. At the same time, it is a separate blockchain, not testnet: native KSM tokens can’t be obtained via faucets and have their own economical value.

  • Initially, the network started as Proof-of-Authority (PoA) blockchain. In October, 2019, it migrated to Proof-of-Stake (PoS) consensus to become a reliable testing environment for Polkadot-based dApps.

The network supports Polkadot-like smart contracts; as such, it can host all types of decentralized applications including DeFi protocols, NFT marketplaces, on-chain wallets, crypto games, etc.

PREMIUM KUSAMA RPC ENDPOINTS

GetBlock Development API:Your perfect gateway to Web3

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

    As long as you work with GetBlock’s KSM 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 KSM APIs

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

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