Welcome to DIN - Multichain RPC that doesn’t fail

Access multiple chains, ensure high uptime, and enjoy competitive prices through a network of providers.

Commitment to Decentralization

Why DIN is important

We believe progressive decentralization is in the ethos of Web3, and it’s necessary for the longevity of the ecosystem. We’re openly sharing our optimizations, distribution to customers, and revenue opportunities with other providers in order to evolve with the ecosystem. Developers need flexibility, reliability, and cost-effectiveness that scales with their margins.

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Key features and benefits for users

DIN Features are available only for paying customers in the Growth and Custom plan. We're working closely with our partners to launch new networks and shared APIs across DIN.

Superior Quality of Service
Marketplace of features
Broad Multichain RPC Access
Feature Requests
coming soon
Configure Optimizations
coming soon
Transparency around RPC Demand
Shared Features
Distribution
coming soon
DIN FOR WEB3 INFRASTRUCTURE

Key features and benefits for providers

As we evolve from the Federated phase to a more decentralized one, all DIN providers will benefit from the same access to shared features and networks with compensation for served API requests.

Current DIN providers

We are proud to collaborate with a growing list of providers who share our vision for a decentralized web3 infrastructure.

Bloq
Chainstack
Covalent
Ellipfra
Everstake
Tencent Cloud
Xfury
Gateway.fm
Grove
Linkpool
Pokt
Rivet
Link River
Luscent
Mantle
Matrixed Link
Microsoft
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Multi-chain access

Infura will provide routing of transactions for new networks hosted by DIN Providers, which will eventually add access for MetaMask.

Polygon
Failover Live
Ethereum
Failover Coming Soon
Avalanche
Failover Coming Soon
Optimism
Failover Coming Soon
Arbitrum
Failover Coming Soon

Frequently asked questions

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 Will this change any SLAs and performance? What’s the support model for troubleshooting infrastructure that’s not under Infura control?

How do you pick which location or cloud service you use for my request? Is it by latency and reliability from previous pings?

What are the privacy implications here? Will any of the providers see the data from my public request and be able to learn anything about my application?

Will these requests be more expensive for me?

Is Infura acting as a Payment Provider to pass on royalty fees or costs to other providers?

What is the vetting process for DIN Providers? Is there any information about how they are onboarded to ensure KYC/AML?

Can I choose specific countries or regions where my transaction request is not being processed?

Can you provide more information about the philosophy of progressive decentralization? How is Infura getting more decentralized?

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