PRESS RELEASE. The leading blockchain developer platform, Alchemy, will bring its best-in-class suite of APIs and tools to Flow blockchain, empowering Fortune 500 companies as well as thousands of independent developers building on Flow.
Alchemy is the leading API platform for blockchain developers, already powering more than $25 billion in annual transaction volume on the Ethereum blockchain. Flow blockchain will be a milestone expansion beyond Ethereum for the San Francisco-based team. Home to leading consumer experiences like NBA Top Shot and upcoming titles such as Dr Seuss, MotoGP and UFC, Flow is witnessing unprecedented momentum in terms of developer traction, with over 1,000 developers and teams actively building on top of the network.
“Alchemy’s mission is to enable blockchain developers to build the future, so the activity on NBA Top Shot and explosive growth of the overall ecosystem made the need to support Flow obvious.” said Nikil Viswanathan, CEO of Alchemy. “The demand we’ve seen from blockchain teams to build on Flow has been incredible. Flow delivers the scalability developers need, and will help usher in the next generation of massively adopted NFTs and consumer blockchain applications.”
With the Alchemy team bringing their best-in-class platform to Flow, developers will now be able to leverage one of most sophisticated scaling solutions to address an ever increasing demand from both crypto and mainstream consumers.
“We’re excited to see Alchemy becoming a key contributor to Flow,” said Dapper Labs CEO Roham Gharegozlou, adding, “Having a strong team focused on creating a seamless developer experience strengthens the Flow ecosystem and provides the support needed to empower the next generation of innovators and builders.”
The combination of Flow’s highly scalable network with Alchemy’s developer centric platform will ensure that the world’s most successful enterprises and small teams alike can deliver incredible products and experiences empowered by the blockchain.
Alchemy provides the leading blockchain development platform powering millions of users from 99% of countries worldwide. Alchemy’s mission is to empower developers with the fundamental building blocks they need to create the future of technology, and lower the barrier to entry for developers to build blockchain applications. Alchemy currently powers 60% of the top Ethereum applications and over $22 billion in on-chain transactions, and has been featured on TechCrunch, Wired, Bloomberg and numerous other media outlets. The Alchemy team draws from decades of deep expertise in massively scalable infrastructure, AI, and blockchain from leadership roles at technology pioneers like Google, Microsoft, Facebook, Stanford, and MIT.
Flow is a fast, decentralized, and developer-friendly blockchain, designed as the foundation for a new generation of entertainment apps, games and the digital assets that power them. Flow is the only layer-one blockchain originally created by a team that has consistently delivered great consumer blockchain experiences: CryptoKitties, Dapper Wallet, NBA Top Shot.
Flow boasts a rich ecosystem of top entertainment brands, development studios, and venture-backed startups. Flow ecosystem partners include global IP brands like Warner Music, Ubisoft, NBA and UFC; leading game developers, including Animoca Brands, Sumo Digital and nWay; and many leaders in the crypto space such as Circle and Binance.
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