yuki VS awesome-list-rpc-nodes-providers

Compare yuki vs awesome-list-rpc-nodes-providers and see what are their differences.


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yuki awesome-list-rpc-nodes-providers
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0.0 8.5
6 days ago 3 days ago
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Posts with mentions or reviews of yuki. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2021-05-11.


Posts with mentions or reviews of awesome-list-rpc-nodes-providers. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2021-12-08.
  • Web3 Is Not Decentralization
    6 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 8 Dec 2021
    For Metamask alternatives, Rabby https://rabby.io/ (MIT-licensed) (it routes all queries through its own RPCs atm) and Frame https://frame.sh/ (GPLv3) are the best desktop alternatives I've tried. The latter is my preferred client and IMO is a strict upgrade from Metamask. It's also getting a $7/$1 match on Gitcoin Grants GR12 right now if anyone wants to contribute in the next week: https://gitcoin.co/grants/1143/frame

    There are many, many WalletConnect https://walletconnect.com/ compatible wallets that can be used with most dapps as well. There are close to 100 of these: https://walletconnect.com/registry/wallets

    As for RPCs, here's a list for you: https://github.com/arddluma/awesome-list-rpc-nodes-providers

    If you want to run you're own RPC node, it's not so hard as there are docker and docker-compose images that will let you get geth (or nethermind, or erigon) that will let you spin up an RPC pretty trivially.

    The more important thing for decentralization IMO, is that you can reasonably switch, even if most people don't. Think about how this plays out in the browser or email markets and compare it to how much of a difference that is to completely locked in services like Facebook.

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