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In Bitcoin I can use the rpc calls to manage the node or broadcast transactions. How can this be done with Ethereum?

  • Is there a list of public open nodes I can use?
  • How can I do this in the browser using javascript?
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The most easily-accessible source of "public" Ethereum nodes is probably Infura (https://infura.io/). There is also something called QuickNode (https://quiknode.io/), but I think their nodes are time limited. Infura's nodes are open to the public, but I've seen mention that it may not be forever.

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In addition to the resources in the above answer, Alchemy has opened up an Ethereum node JSON-RPC API. We have found the service to be very reliable and fast. While Infura is a free service, Alchemy and QuickNode are not.

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