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Luniverse Now Supports Arbitrum!

Luniverse now supports Arbiturm on our Node Service!🎉🎉 You can now use the ethereum layer 2 scaling solution, Arbitrum node and APIs on Luniverse.

Additionally, explore the new features updated on Luniverse such as  TxAction Callback SecurityTx Monitoring that allows you to operate your dapps easy and fast!

Luniverse Now Supports Arbitrum Node!

If you are considering blockchain service development using the Arbitrum, if setting up dev environment such as blockchain nodes from scratch and integrating them into your services seems challenging, you can use the Arbitrum node service provided by Luniverse to create blockchain services easy and fast.

Now, the Luniverse multi-chain node service supports the Ethereum Layer 2 scaling solution, Arbitrum. Explore the Arbitrum JSON-RPC API offered by Luniverse!

Move to Arbitrum JSON-RPC

About Arbitrum

Arbitrum, a layer 2 solution, enhances Ethereum smart contracts by improving speed, scalability, and privacy. Developers can seamlessly run unmodified Ethereum Virtual Machine contracts and transactions on this secondary layer while benefiting from Ethereum’s security. This addresses Ethereum’s current smart contract limitations, including inefficiency and high costs, which have hampered user experience. Arbitrum utilizes transaction rollups to batch and execute transactions on a scalable layer 2 sidechain, reducing Ethereum’s computational burden and enabling innovative layer 2-based DApps. Developed by Offchain Labs, led by blockchain experts Ed Felten, Steven Goldfeder, and Harry Kalodner, Arbitrum aims to enhance cryptocurrency capabilities through scalable solutions.

Luniverse Changelog

Luniverse’s new updates – What has changed?

TxAction Callback Security

A security element has been added to the TxAction Callback function provided by Luniverse. Now users can check if the response is the actual response sent by Luniverse. Details can be found by clicking on the link.

Move to TxAction Callback Security

Tx Monitoring

You can monitor your own transactions using the Luniverse console. You can easily check the necessary information by using various filtering values such as period, success, and executed method. Details can be found by clicking on the link.

Move to Tx Monitoring

Luniverse Scan CSV download

Tx data for tokens can be extracted from Luniverse Scan in CSV file format. (If you open the file with Excel or Numbers, different values may appear due to automatic unit conversion. It is most accurate to check by running it in an application that does not convert units, such as Notepad.)

Luniverse Multichain Web3 API Response Field

listTokenMetadataBySymbolslistTokenMetadataByContracts Description, logo, websites, technicalDocs, and launchedAt have been added as API response fields. Now, you can utilize more diverse metadata using the Luniverse Multichain API.

Luniverse dev team is continuously working on improving its platform features for blockchain development. Stay tuned for our upcoming updates!

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