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Category: Amazon Managed Blockchain

Build with blockchain data using Amazon Managed Blockchain and ZettaBlock

In the rapidly evolving realm of Web3, developers face the daunting challenge of managing and using vast amounts of blockchain data. This is where ZettaBlock steps in, revolutionizing Web3 development by offering a unified platform that integrates real-time and historical on-chain and off-chain data, both public and private. Enhanced with AI-driven tools, ZettaBlock is designed […]

List unspent transaction outputs by address on Bitcoin with Amazon Managed Blockchain Query

In order to build an application that interacts with the Bitcoin blockchain, whether it be a wallet, an Ordinals marketplace, or a BTC exchange, you must be able to reliably access the Bitcoin network. For example, you will need to read critical data from the blockchain that acts as input for properly constructed Bitcoin transactions. […]

Blockchain node deployment on AWS: A comprehensive guide

In the evolving landscape of blockchain technology, understanding the intricacies of node deployment on AWS is paramount in order to be able to interact with the blockchain. In this post, we provide a comprehensive overview of the role nodes serve in blockchain networks, cover the spectrum of available node types, discuss use cases, and present […]

How to build a crypto wallet application using Amazon Managed Blockchain Access and Query

Building a cryptocurrency wallet requires the operation of a multitude of blockchain-specific components that enable critical functionality for the wallet. This includes but is not limited to provisioning and managing blockchain nodes, developing secure private key management solutions, building performant transaction management modules, and working with complex blockchain data pipelines. These components require complex security […]

Run Polygon nodes on AWS

In this post, we dive deep into establishing your infrastructure and deploying Polygon blockchain nodes on AWS. We provide recommendations for selecting optimal compute and storage options tailored to various use cases. We discuss the approach to speed up the horizontal scaling of Polygon full nodes on AWS with Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) […]

Build Account Abstraction Wallets with Alchemy and AWS: Part 2

In Part 1 of this series, we introduced the Account Abstraction (AA) concept and explained how it overcomes some of the user experience challenges of Externally Owned Account (EOA) wallets. We also covered how you can apply AA in the context of different use cases, such as marketing campaigns and enabling user onboarding at scale. […]

How Blocksee built a Web3 CRM with blockchain data from Amazon Managed Blockchain Query

Blocksee provides web3 customer relationship management (CRM) and user engagement solutions that deliver actionable insights for non-fungible token (NFT) and crypto marketers. Blocksee allows web3 product marketers to easily embed code snippets on their websites or access APIs to capture first-party data from users interested in digital memberships, event ticketing, and promotional assets. Powered by AWS […]

How Itaú Bank simplified cryptocurrency custody with Amazon Managed Blockchain Access and Query

In this post, we share how Itaú Unibanco adapted to the growing demand of digital asset services from their customers, and how they used Amazon Managed Blockchain Access, Amazon Managed Blockchain Query, and AWS Nitro Enclaves to quickly bring enterprise-grade innovation to the digital asset space at scale. Adoption trends in Brazil Cryptocurrency adoption is […]

Query transaction finality information from public blockchains using Amazon Managed Blockchain Query

In this post, we provide an overview of an enhancement to Amazon Managed Blockchain (AMB) Query which enables you to retrieve data on a public blockchain prior to finalization. AMB Query is a fully managed AWS service that provides high quality blockchain data delivered with sub-second latency to applications via uniform APIs across a number […]

Make EOA private keys compatible with AWS KMS

Those who choose to take ownership of digital assets, such as cryptocurrency or non-fungible tokens (NFTs), are faced with a crucial decision when creating a wallet: do they opt to manage their own wallet or delegate that responsibility to a trusted third party? Non-custodial wallet solutions, whereby a user manages their own wallet, are popular […]