Add 1 million daily requests to your Ethereum API subscription for only $200 USD per month!
Ethereum Request Packs are here! Now Infura customers (on any subscription tier) can add increments of 1,000,000 daily requests to their account for $200 per month!
Say you’re subscribed to the Team tier and are currently allotted 1,000,000 requests per day. You can now add an additional 1,000,000 requests per day, bringing you to a total of 2,000,000 total daily requests for $425 per month. You can add multiple Request Packs directly in your Dashboard until you reach a limit of 100MM total daily requests. If you need more than 100MM/day, please reach out to us and we will set you up with a custom account.
How to Get Started
To add Ethereum Request Packs to your account, click Change Plan in your Dashboard, select Request Packs, and designate the number of packs you’d like to purchase.
Once you've successfully checked out, your Billing page will be updated to reflect your new daily request limit.
Other Updates from Infura:
Why You Should Use ITX Instead of Building Your Own In-House Relayer
We know how frustrating stuck transactions can be so that’s why we’re rigorously working to solve transaction management friction for the industry. Check out this post where we outline three critical problems that currently prevent developers and DeFi users from getting more efficient transactions on Ethereum, and how you can use Infura Transactions to eliminate this friction to create a better end user experience.
ICYMI, MetaMask Launched a Custom Networks API to Improve Layer 2 Support
The API now enables developers to recommend Layer 2 networks, like Polygon (formerly Matic), Arbitrum, and Optimism; sidechains like SKALE and xDAI. Once connected and configured, these networks are added to the user’s network menu, enabling the user to switch between networks. If you’re operating a dApp that integrates with MetaMask, and want to start onboarding more users to Layer 2 networks, check out MetaMask’s latest post.
Notice: Eth2 Public Beta Deprecation of Project IDs
ICYMI: Our Eth2 API is publicly available! Please note that on April 1, project IDs used in our Eth2 private beta will no longer be accepted in the public beta. More details and what to do.
We’re Ready for the Berlin Fork
Ethereum mainnet is currently targeting the Berlin fork for April 14, 2021 at block height 12,244,000. Using Infura? No changes required! Running your own node? How to get fork-ready.
New Developer Tutorials!
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- How to Access the Eth2 API Pyrmont testnet
Want instant, scalable, and reliable API access to the Ethereum, Eth2, IPFS, and Filecoin networks? Sign up for our Core service to start building for free today. Need more request volume and direct support? Check out Infura+ to pick the right plan for your project.