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Here is the documentation for Ethereum RPC. It looks straight forward enough, but I just need a list of servers that implement the RPC.

https://ethereumbuilders.gitbooks.io/guide/content/en/ethereum_json_rpc.html

Can I get some Urls to hit so I can actually this working?

Note: I am not trying to run a node locally. I need to hit an existing stable API server which already exposes the RPC calls to the web.

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A good way to test rpc calls is to run a node locally, either a real ethereum node like Parity or Geth or a simulator like Ganache (formerly known as testrpc).

Alternatively, you can interact with the live network or testnets via Infura, which provides free live RPC endpoints

  • Parity and Geth look like actual nodes. I'm not trying to run a node. I'm just trying to hit a Ethereum API of an existing node. So, are you saying that Infura provides a live RPC endpoints? – Melbourne Developer May 20 '18 at 0:07
  • What are the URLs for the endpoints? – Melbourne Developer May 20 '18 at 0:08
  • You have to make an account, and it gives you an endpoint. It's free and just requires an email – Tjaden Hess May 20 '18 at 0:23
  • That sounds very good. Are there other services that do this? – Melbourne Developer May 20 '18 at 0:49
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I stumbled across this one for Ethereum Classic:

https://web3.gastracker.io

http://help.gastracker.io/support/solutions/articles/36000000934-public-json-rpc-api

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