How Much Does A Node Cost?

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Blockdaemon has an ever-expanding list of protocols to choose from and a free trial period on most.

Here is our most current, up-to-date list of pricing

Public blockchain networks

Ethereum 

     A public dedicated node on AWS or GCS. $349 per month

    A private Parity node. $249 per month

    A shared node on the Blockdaemon cloud server.  $14.99 per month  (thirty-day free trial)

Bitcoin

     A dedicated node on AWS or GCS. $249 per month

     A shared node on the Blockdaemon cloud server. FREE

Bitcoin Lightning

     Layered on top of the Bitcoin blockchain.  Starting at $149

The Open Application Network     

     A dedicatedl node on AWS or GCS. $249 per month

     A shared node on the Blockdaemon cloud server.  $24.99 per month  

Algorand

     Mainnet:  $999 Relayer and $499 Participation.

GoChain

     A dedicatedl node on AWS or GCS. $249 per month

     A shared node on the Blockdaemon cloud server. $24.99 per month  (Thirty-day free trial)

Hyperledger Fabric

     A dedicated node on AWS or GCS   $249 per month 

Litecoin

     A dedicated node on AWS or GCS. $249 per month

     A shared node on the Blockdaemon cloud server. $14.99 per month  (thirty-day free trial)

Stellar

     A dedicated node on AWS or GCS. $499 per month

     A shared node on the Blockdaemon cloud server. $24.99 per month  (thirty-day free trial)

Private blockchain networks

Celos (full validator)

     $749

Ethereum (geth)

     $249  per month

Ethereum (parity)

      $249  per month

HyperLedger Fabric

     $249

Tezos

     $345

XRP

     $999  Full Validator

     $499  non-validating

Add-ons

Ubiquity /API

     Tiered pricing  

Why the price jump from Bitcoin and Ethereum public nodes to the other more expensive offerings? 

The price difference reflects what you can do with the nodes and whether or not it is a shared node on a blockdaemon cloud or is a dedicated node utilizing AWS or GCS. The more inexpensive ones are only for currency transactions on public networks and are shared. The price rises when you use a dedicated node to do more complex actions like developing and deploying smart contracts for your business, mining, and other operations above and beyond simple trading.

 

 

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