Ankr Introduces Bitcoin RPC Service, Paving the Way for Enhanced Blockchain Development

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Ankr has expanded its blockchain infrastructure offerings with the introduction of its Bitcoin RPC service, providing developers with seamless access to the Bitcoin blockchain for building decentralized applications. In addition to offering liquid staking for Bitcoin in collaboration with Babylon protocol, Ankr aims to strengthen the Bitcoin network by providing a geo-distributed RPC service with low latency and reliable connections. Developers can now leverage Ankr’s Bitcoin RPC endpoints to streamline their development process, eliminating the need for complex node operations and gaining access to advanced tools for building dApps on the Bitcoin blockchain. With Ankr’s RPC service, developers can make their first call to the Bitcoin blockchain and unlock new possibilities for blockchain development.

Ankr’s Bitcoin RPC Service Expansion


Ankr, a leading provider of blockchain infrastructure solutions, has announced the launch of its Bitcoin RPC service, allowing users to access the Bitcoin blockchain for development purposes.
Ankr’s commitment to expanding Bitcoin’s capabilities includes the introduction of liquid staking for Bitcoin, in collaboration with Babylon protocol, aiming to enhance security and unlock the potential of Bitcoin for Proof-of-Stake (PoS) networks.


Ankr’s Bitcoin RPC endpoints serve as a gateway for developers to interact directly with the Bitcoin network, offering easy access to on-chain information without the need to establish their own Bitcoin nodes.

Benefits for Developers

Developers can leverage Ankr’s Bitcoin RPC service to streamline their development process, eliminating the complexity of setting up and maintaining Bitcoin nodes while gaining access to advanced tools and reliable connections for building decentralized applications (dApps) on the Bitcoin blockchain.


To get started with Ankr’s Bitcoin RPC service, developers can visit Ankr’s RPC Service platform and utilize the Bitcoin endpoint to make their first call to the blockchain, enabling them to execute transactions, retrieve block data, and more.

Author: Candace

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