Web3 infrastructure provider Zeeve tied up with Coreum Blockchain, to enable users to deploy validator nodes on recently announced Coreum Mainnet with just a few clicks.
Coreum, a high-performance blockchain designed for enterprise use cases, recently launched its Mainnet to the public on March 24, 2023, after months of rigorous testing and development. Since its devnet launch in 2021, Coreum has gained the attention of builders because of some of its features like Smart tokens, WASM contracts, and IBC interoperability.
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Under this partnership, Zeeve has integrated Coreum staking nodes on its platform, allowing institutions and individual investors to easily participate in the network as validators for maximized yields, and also contribute to the security and decentralization of the blockchain. Zeeve’s automated node deployment, coupled with no-code APIs, remove the need for complex development, expanding the universe of businesses that can capitalize on the many benefits of blockchain.
Anyone with the required minimum stake can use our non-custodial platform for automated deployment of validator nodes with a few clicks while mitigating any performance-related risksCo-founder & CEO of Zeeve, Dr. Ravi Chamria
“We’re excited to support Coreum’s Mainnet launch by providing a no-code deployment process for validator nodes,” said Co-founder & CEO of Zeeve, Dr. Ravi Chamria. “Anyone with the required minimum stake can use our non-custodial platform for automated deployment of validator nodes with a few clicks while mitigating any performance-related risks. By removing the technical barriers to entry, we aim to encourage more users to participate in the consensus of Coreum and contribute to its growth.”
Coreum’s Co-creator Bob Ras said, “Zeeve was one of the first Coreum ecosystem partners, and we could not be more thrilled to have the project officially going live with Coreum Mainnet. Accessibility and reliability are both fundamental for companies to adopt blockchain solutions, and Zeeve provides uninterrupted access to Coreum, making it as easy as possible to run a validator node and reap the benefits of the ecosystem while contributing to network security.”
Apart from validator nodes, Zeeve also provides access to full nodes and elastic APIs for Coreum, creating a well-rounded offering for various participants in the blockchain ecosystem. As a prominent player in the Web3 infrastructure space, Zeeve has deployed over 4000 nodes across 40+ protocols, demonstrating their expertise and dedication to the industry.
“Coreum is a high-performance L1 designed for enterprise use cases, and Zeeve’s plug-and-play infrastructure ensures businesses can maximize its potential. Our platform offers a single point-of-control for detailed monitoring of node performance, staking info, and blockchain-level parameters for Coreum, with proactive alerts and notifications to ensure smooth network operations. We believe that our combination of no-code deployment, in-depth analytics, and a unified dashboard make Zeeve a standout option for businesses and developers looking to deploy and manage validator nodes on Coreum,” said Zeeve’s Co-founder & CTO, Ghan Vashishtha.
In June last year, Zeeve raised $2.65 Million from Leo Capital and Blu Ventures in a seed round. The startup aims to accelerate the global adoption of the blockchain technology, mitigating the cost and infrastructure related challenges pertaining to its mass adoption. So far, Zeeve has 25k+ enterprises and developers using its platform for deploying, monitoring, and scaling their Web3 products and services.
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In March, Zeeve also integrated support for Aptos, a Layer1 blockchain, into its platform, so that developers can consume fast APIs and deploy reliable Aptos developer and validator nodes, over the cloud of their choice.
As the blockchain industry continues to evolve, no-code platforms are quickly emerging as an integral part of the Web3 ecosystem, enabling tech innovators to access sophisticated tools for building advanced dApps. Companies like Zeeve are leading the charge in this breakthrough by empowering developers, to drive mass adoption and unleash a new wave of technological transformation.