📄️ API Full/Partial Archive nodes
WAX is a distributed network of computers running software (known as nodes) that can verify blocks and transaction data. You need WAX software, on your server to "run" a node. "Node" refers to running WAX software. WAX software verifies all transactions in each block, keeping the network secure and the data accurate.
📄️ Atomic Assets/Market API
WAX Blockchain is hevaily focused on NFTs and AtomicAssets standard has became the defacto standard on WAX for NFTs. This guide helps project teams to setup their own AtomicAssets API Infrastructure to access NFTs and Marketplaces specific data. This API data can be useful for various purposes like:
📄️ Full/Partial History nodes using Hyperion
Having stable accessibility to consumable data is essential for Web3 applications on a blockchain. There are many use-cases for history data like accounting, taxes, transaction tracking, portfolio management etc.
📄️ WAX Infrastructure Guides
Infrastructure is the backbone of any application and the same goes with WAX Blockchain and the Web3, DeFi, NFT applications built on top of it.
📄️ How to Set Up a Reliable WAX Load Balancer
Our previous guides have focused primarily on building and running WAX Software, but that is only part of the picture when providing reliable services to the WAX Ecosystem.
📄️ How to Mitigate API abuse on a WAX Load Balancer
Even though you may be providing a WAX Guild level of service fronted by a high performing HAProxy, this service is still open to be exploited by greedy or malicious users.
📄️ How to Set Up a Solid WAX Mainnet Node
Freely available tokens and relatively low system requirements make the WAX Testnet an ideal place to learn, however it’s now time to graduate to the WAX Mainnet.
📄️ How to Set Up a WAX State-History Node
There is a nodeos implementation type that is crucial for the operation of numerous WAX Mainnet Services such as Hyperion Full History and the Atomic Assets API and that is the State-History service.
📄️ Using WAX Snapshots
You will have noticed that syncing up to a blockchain that has been running for millions of blocks can take quite some time. Luckily Syncing up can be expedited by using an existing valid snapshot of the chain state database.
📄️ Set Up a WAX Testnet Block Producer Node
Providing API and Seed services are key to being part of the WAX service provider Ecosystem, however to be rewarded for your efforts and to participate in the governance of the chain you will need to become a WAX Testnet Block Producer.
📄️ Set Up a WAX Testnet Node
Running Antelope infrastructure to support the WAX Protocol Network can be quite daunting when first starting out. This series of guides aims to demystify the infrastructure and operational requirements required to run Rock Solid services for the WAX Protocol Network.
📄️ Working with WAX Software Files and Folders
Many of our guides have worked with configuring and deploying WAX software, however it did occur to me that I might not have explained the file and folder functions. In particular some of the nuances with node types and recovering or successfully syncing to the chain head block.