KYVE, Spheron And Akash Partner To Improve Infrastructure For Node Operators
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An infrastructure partnership has been formed between Spheron Network, Akash Network and KYVE Network, allowing the trio to promote an ecosystem that accelerates decentralised operations for node operators and applications, Spheron Network announced. KYVE provides developers and applications access to immutable, retrievable and validated data from its data lake. Akash facilitates peer-to-peer marketplace for cloud […]
An infrastructure partnership has been formed between Spheron Network, Akash Network and KYVE Network, allowing the trio to promote an ecosystem that accelerates decentralised operations for node operators and applications, Spheron Network announced.
KYVE provides developers and applications access to immutable, retrievable and validated data from its data lake. Akash facilitates peer-to-peer marketplace for cloud resources while also providing application deployment solutions. Spheron provides a platform to deploy and host applications on decentralised cloud network.
Operators of nodes on the KYVE Network will be able to run protocol nodes by using Spheron. The partners aim to reduce infrastructure cost for node operators and encourage more nodes to sprout.
This opens up new opportunities for KYVE’s node community, providing special rates to further incentivize their nodes, as well as an overall enhanced usability when participating, Spheron said in a press release.
Exciting news ! Our partnership with @KYVENetwork and @akashnet_ makes it easy to access web3 infra using @SpheronHQ
Reduce infrastructure costs and spin up #KYVE nodes on the Akash network with @SpheronHQ – just a few clicks away! https://t.co/fQg9hkgD66
— Spheron – Building Dev Tools For Web3 (@SpheronHQ) January 25, 2023
For many projects in Web3, decentralised operations is a feat many strive to achieve. Despite its benefits, including the ability to resist censorship, how to decentralise without disrupting the operations process and when in a project’s life cycle to fully decentralised are not easy questions to answer. This could explain why many projects at the outset of operations keep some parts of their operations centralised so as to manage growth. Collaborations like this signal that decentralisation can be easily achieved when projects in Web3 work together.
KYVE’s Chief Technology Officer and Co-founder, John Letey said the policy of decentralisation is at the core of the company’s operations and its partners embody the true decentralisation.
Partnering with Akash was an extension of this value, as their solution providing decentralised computing empowers decentralisation across all of Web3. Incorporating Spheron’s user-friendly UX was an easy next step in enhancing KYVE’s validator experience with Akash, Letey said.
Nodes have to run continuously. Ensuring uninterrupted service to end users many times means high cost of operations. Boz Menzalji, Akash’s chief operations officer said the partnership will not only allow for easy deployment of applications on the platform, but it will save cloud costs and “we’re excited to support our ecosystem of partners, and welcome Spheron ’s initiative to onboard KYVE node operators to the open cloud”.
Spheron’s Chief Executive Officer, Prashant Maurya said the firm’s contribution to the partnership would bring ease and simplicity to operators intending to set up KYVE nodes on Akash.
We believe this partnership will give the community easy access and a smooth onboarding experience to the validator community, and we’re excited to continue to support the growth of the decentralized cloud, Maurya said.
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