On June 1, 2021, Apron Network officially launched its recruitment plan for node service providers. In order to encourage more premium service providers to join, Apron initially offered a series of incentive programs to service providers, and the Apron team will also provide technical services to the service providers to meet the needs of some of the teams.
So far, applications have been received from 15 providers. The first batch of node service providers can provide services on public chains such as BSC, Heco, Polygon, Polkadot, Cosmos, Kusama, Mina, etc. It can be said that, as a multi-chain decentralized infrastructure service network, This step for Apron Network represents an important step toward formally building a multi-chain platform.
So far, Apron Network has successfully integrated 10 service providers on BSC and Heco, and has received requests for additional service providers on other public chains that will be available in the future.
Anyone interested in using the Apron Network services or keen to become a provider of the Apron Network platform can still contact us via: firstname.lastname@example.org
>>Apply via here: https://forms.gle/1GUG33QJpRzgeT9d8
About Apron Network:
Apron Network is a decentralized infrastructure service platform built by employing Polkadot technology in the blockchain world. Apron has adopted the idea of being a decentralized platform which belongs to a middle service that provides a connection between the blockchain and the application software. It aims to make transactions for infrastructure software services simple, efficient, and reliable by connecting service providers and users in the decentralized service market. Apron has obtained fund-raising from NGC, Monday Capital, DFG, CMS and other institutions and Web3 Foundation Grant.
Apron Network will connect to multiple public chains such as Ethereum, BSC, Filecoin, Helium, including Layer 2, providing developers with low-cost various blockchain ecological infrastructure services in the forthcoming future.
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