Overview of Arbitrum’s hundreds of ecological projects: cross-chain, DeFi, infrastructure, NFT all-round development

After Optimism officially announced the issuance of coins and generous airdrops, the early participation opportunity of another Layer 2 expansion plan challenger, Arbitrum, has also attracted much attention. This month, Arbitrum also announced the launch of a two-month ecological adoption program, The Arbitrum Odyssey, with Project Galaxy, which will distribute exclusive NFTs to eligible users. This program is expected to further promote and deepen the substantial adoption of the Arbitrum ecosystem.

In this article, Foresight News will summarize the noteworthy projects in the Arbitrum ecosystem from categories such as cross-chain bridges, DeFi, NFTs, games, and Arbitrum-supporting infrastructure and tools. Before summarizing the Arbitrum ecological projects, we will first have a general understanding of the Arbitrum team background, financing history and Arbitrum progress.

What is Arbitrum? how is the progress?

The team behind Arbitrum is Offchain Labs. Offchain Labs was co-founded by Ed Felten, a former White House technical official during Obama’s tenure and a long-time professor at Princeton University, and the other two co-founders are Steven Goldfeder and Harry Kalodner, who formally founded Offchain Labs when they were at Princeton University. .

Offchain Labs completed a $3.7 million seed round led by Pantera Capital in March 2019, a $20 million Series A financing in April last year, and a $120 million financing at a valuation of $1.2 billion in August of the same year . Lightspeed Venture Partners led the investment, and other well-known investors include Polychain Capital, Ribbit Capital, Redpoint Ventures, Pantera Capital, Alameda Research, Mark Cuban, etc.

Steven Goldfelder, co-founder of Offchain Labs, said at the end of August last year, “Arbitrum will not issue tokens in the short term, and the near-term vision does not include a token plan. The team will avoid tokens for incentive plans. The $120 million B The round is equity financing only. However, the DAO may be tokenized in the future.”

When announcing the $120 million funding round, Offchain Labs also opened the Arbitrum One mainnet to users. The Arbitrum One mainnet is built as an EVM-compatible Optimistic Rollup, which advances the state of the chain by having any validator publish a Rollup block that claims to be correct, and then giving everyone else a chance to challenge that claim.

If there is no objection during the challenge period (about a week), Arbitrum will confirm that the Rollup block is correct, and if there is any challenge, the dispute will be resolved through interactive proof, the cheating party’s deposit will be forfeited, and the correct party will be Part of the deposit is charged as a bonus.

Overview of Arbitrum's hundreds of ecological projects: cross-chain, DeFi, infrastructure, NFT all-round development

In order to further improve throughput and reduce fees, in March this year, Offchain Labs said it would launch the Arbitrum Nitro developer network and migrate Arbitrum One to the Nitro stack in the future.

In addition, Offchain Labs will also launch AnyTrust, a new layer-2 network on Ethereum. AnyTrust, run by a node committee, will provide a minimum trust assumption. Only 2 honest nodes out of 20 nodes can run the network, and there is no need to put Layer 2 on the network. The transaction records are synchronized to the Ethereum main network, and the operation efficiency will be higher. At that time, Arbitrum Nitro and AnyTrust will operate jointly, and facilities such as cross-chain bridges between the two will be established.

Arbitrum Network Performance

Among all current Layer 2 scaling solutions, according to L2BEAT data, Arbitrum currently leads with a dominance of over $3.6 billion, accounting for nearly 57% of the total L2 lock-up volume . From the breakdown data, according to the data from DefiLlama, the total locked volume of Arbitrum is 2.55 billion US dollars (lower than the statistics of L2BEAT) . For SushiSwap, GMX, Stargate, Curve, Dopex, Treasure DAO, Synapse and dForce.

Overview of Arbitrum's hundreds of ecological projects: cross-chain, DeFi, infrastructure, NFT all-round development

Source: DefiLlama

Among them, SushiSwap accounted for more than 20% of the total lock-up volume, reaching US$511 million, and GMX ranked second at US$438 million. In addition, among the 72 Arbitrum ecological projects counted by DefiLlama, 40 have a total lock-up volume of over $1 million, most of which are multi-chain protocols.

Overview of Arbitrum's hundreds of ecological projects: cross-chain, DeFi, infrastructure, NFT all-round development

Source: DefiLlama

Judging from the number of Arbitrum deposit addresses, this number has been on a slow increase in recent months after the surge in the mainnet launch last year. As of the time of writing, Arbitrum has accumulated nearly 250,000 independent addresses for deposits.

Overview of Arbitrum's hundreds of ecological projects: cross-chain, DeFi, infrastructure, NFT all-round development

Source: Dune Analytics

Arbitrum Ecosystem Summary

According to incomplete statistics, the Arbitrum ecological portal has listed more than 170 projects. After re-optimizing the classification, we found that Arbitrum One mainnet has been online for half a year, and Arbitrum has gradually taken shape . There are about 60 wallets, exchanges, and bridge and cross-chain projects; nearly 40 DeFi applications are mainly distributed in derivatives, AMM and revenue optimization; in addition, in terms of NFT, TreasureDAO plays a leading role in the three NFT markets , the NFT series in Bridgeworld, a Metaverse game under TreasureDAO, is on the high side, while most other NFT projects lack lasting popularity; there are more than 30 tools, infrastructure and node providers that support Arbitrum.

Among the 56 projects included in The Arbitrum Odyssey Ecological Adoption Plan, Yield Protocol, Hashflow, Aboard Exchange, tofuNFT, Uniswap, ApeX, 1inch, Yin Finance, DODO, Swapr, Treasure DAO, BattleFly, Ideamarket, and SushiSwap after a community vote To qualify , Arbitrum will launch a two-month program in conjunction with Project Galaxy to attract users to experience these projects, and users who collect at least 12 of the 15 NFTs will be eligible for the final arbi-verse NFT designed by crypto artists Ratwell and Sugoi .

Overview of Arbitrum's hundreds of ecological projects: cross-chain, DeFi, infrastructure, NFT all-round development

Deposits and Withdrawals/Wallets/Exchanges

Among the centralized crypto exchanges, Bitget, Binance, Bybit, Crypto.com, FTX, Huobi, KuCoin, MEXC, OKX, etc. have integrated the Arbitrum One mainnet to support the deposit and withdrawal of ETH or USDT.

In terms of wallets, according to the summary of the Arbitrum ecological website, a total of 24 BitKeep, Coinbase Wallet, MetaMask, DeBank, imToken, MathWallet, Trust Wallet, Zapper, Zerion, etc. have supported the Arbitrum One mainnet.

Others that support Arbitrum network deposits and withdrawals are:

Banxa: Supports the purchase of ETH and USDT on Arbitrum with fiat currency via Visa or Mastercard.

CryptoRefills: You can use cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin to buy gift cards, vouchers, or recharge at mobile operators. Supports networks such as Bitcoin, Bitcoin Lightning Network, Polygon, Avalanche, Fantom, Arbitrum, and more.

Mt Pelerin: A crypto-fiat gateway that supports the purchase or sale of cryptocurrencies with fiat, and supports networks including Ethereum, Gnosis Chain, BNB Chain, Arbitrum and RSK.

Transak: A crypto-fiat gateway that supports 60+ fiat currencies and 80+ cryptocurrencies on major blockchain networks.


Arbitrum One Bridge (official bridge): allows users to cross-chain multiple tokens between L1 and L2. It takes about 10 minutes from L1 to cross-chain to L2, and about 8 days from L2 to L1.

Across Protocol (Popular Project): Currently supports Ethereum, Optimism, Arbitrum and Boba cross-chain transfers, but currently does not allow cross-L2 transfers.

Across Protocol had previously issued a proposal for the token ACX in mid-March. The proposal shows that the total amount of ACX is 100 million, of which 85 million will be allocated to the Across Dao treasury for incentives and future token sales. , 10 million will be allocated for airdrop.

BoringDAO: Supports asset transfer or cross-chain between 14 networks including Ethereum, Arbitrum, BNB Chain, Polygon, Optimism, etc.

Bungee (formerly FundMovr): Supports asset transfers between Ethereum, Optimism, BNB Chain, Gnosis Chain, Fantom, Arbitrum, Avalanche and Aurora.

Multichain (Popular Project): Supports asset transfer between multiple networks such as Ethereum, Arbiturm, Avalanche, BNB Chain, Fantom, Polygon, Moonbeam, etc.

Celer cBridge (Popular Project): Currently supports asset transfer between 27 networks including Ethereum, Arbiturm, Astar, BNB Chain, Avalanche, Polygon, Fantom, Flow, Metis, Oasis Emerald, Aurora, Harmony, Moonbeam, Moonriver, Optimism, etc.

Composable Finance Mosaic: Mosaic is Composable Finance’s cross-layer asset transfer system that leverages existing bridging infrastructure networks using liquidity management and just-in-time (JIT) liquidity bots, serving as a bridge to connect multiple EVM-compatible scaling solutions, Allows users to seamlessly transfer tokens between Ethereum, Polygon, Arbitrum, Avalanche, Moonriver and Fantom.

Connext: The interoperability protocol Connext now supports cross-chain transfers between 16 networks, including Ethereum, Arbiturm, BNB Chain, Polygon, Avalanche, Fantom, Gnosis Chain, Optimism, etc. Connext has announced the native token NEXT and the contributor plan. The total number of tokens is 1 billion (not yet launched). At present, NEXT has completed the airdrop snapshot.

deBridge (popular project): Supports asset cross-chain between Ethereum, BNB Chain, Polygon, Arbitrum, and Avalanche.

Hop (Popular Project): Supports asset cross-chain between Ethereum, Polygon, Gnosis Chain, Optimism, and Arbitrum.

LI.FI (Popular Project): Supports asset transfer and exchange between 14 networks including Ethereum, Polygon, BNB Chain, Gnosis Chain, Optimism, Arbitrum, etc.

pNetwork: Supports cross-chain asset transfer between more than 10 networks such as Bitcoin, Ethereum, Dogecoin, etc. through pTokens.

RenBridge: Supports asset transfer between Ethereum, Polygon, Fantom, Avalanche, Solana, BNB Chain, and Arbitrum.

Router Protocol: It is a cross-chain infrastructure that supports cross-chain transfers and exchanges. The supported networks include Polygon, BNB Chain, Avalanche, Fantom, Arbitrum and Optimism.

Rubic: Multi-chain exchange protocol that supports Ethereum, BNB Chain, Polygon, Harmony, Avalanche, Moonriver, Fantom, Solana, Arbitrum, Aurora, NEAR and Telos networks.

SOCKET: Supports asset exchange between Arbitrum, Avalanche, BNB Chain, Ethereum, Fantom, Optimism, Polygon, Gnosis Chain and Aurora, and integrates bridge solutions such as Hop, Polygon Bridge, Hyphen, Arbitrum Bridge, and Celer.

Stargate (popular project): A cross-chain bridge based on the cross-chain interoperability protocol LayerZero, which supports cross-chain exchange of assets for Ethereum, BNB Chain, Avalanche, Polygon, Arbitrum, Optimism and Fantom.

Synapse Protocol (Popular Project): Supports cross-chain asset transfer and exchange between 16 networks.

O3 Swap: Started supporting Arbitrum in October last year, in addition to supporting Ethereum, BNB Chain and Polygon, etc.


At present, there are more than 80 DApps in the ecosystem summarized on Arbitrum’s official website (a small part overlaps with the above-mentioned cross-chain applications), except for the well-known multi-chain protocols SushiSwap, 1inch, Aave, Curve, dForce, Uniswap, Abracadabra, Balancer, Saddle In addition to Finance, Beefy Finance, DODO, MCDEX, Yearn Finance, and Hashflow, we will comprehensively consider the lock-up volume and project popularity to screen out Arbitrum ecological projects worthy of attention.

  • Derivatives

In addition to Deri Protocol, Futureswap, Hegic, MCDEX, Pods Finance, Volmex, etc., there are:

ApeX: Derivatives protocol. The seed round financing was completed in March. The specific amount was not disclosed. Dragonfly Capital led the investment, and Jump Trading, Tiger Global, Mirana Ventures, CyberX, Kronos and M77 Ventures participated in the investment. After that, ApeX also released the ApeX NFT series, landed on Bybit Launchpad 2.0, and launched the first round of airdrops.

In the published ApeX pledge information, users who pledge on the ApeX protocol can obtain esAPEX and veAPEX, of which users can reinvest in esAPEX as a pledge reward, convert it into APEX after a six-month vesting period, and continue to pledge esAPEX to Earn extra esAPEX. veAPEX is a proof-of-stake that has voting rights on ApeX’s governance contracts, and can also earn fee rewards by holding veAPEX.

Aboard Exchange: Order book derivatives protocol, which has been launched on Arbitrum, and will be extended to multiple chains in the future. According to public documents, Aboard’s team of trading systems engineers includes technical executives from software and IT services company SunGard with more than 20 years of industry experience and chief architects of major commodity exchanges.

Dopex (Popular Project): Decentralized options protocol, currently supporting Arbitrum, BNB Chain, Avalanche and Metis.Dopex provides liquidity to option traders through the option pool, and enhances the interests of both buyers and sellers of options contracts through a rebate system and arbitrage functions.

Dopex’s single-currency collateralized options vault allows users to lock up their tokens for a period of time to earn returns on their collateralized assets. Users can deposit assets into a contract, which then sells your deposited asset as a call option to the buyer at a fixed strike price (at the end of a mutually-selected expiration month).

GMX (Popular Project): Decentralized spot and derivatives protocol, renamed from Gambit on the original BNB Chain, currently supports Arbitrum and Avalanche, allows a maximum leverage of 30 times, and rewards all transaction fees in the form of ETH or AVAX to Token Pledgers.

GMX trading is powered by a multi-asset pool that earns liquidity provider fees through market making, exchange fees, and leveraged trades. GMX has launched the utility and governance token GMX, GMX stakers can get 30% platform fees and Escrowed GMX and Multiplier Points. In addition, GMX’s liquidity provider token GLP is composed of asset indices used for exchange and leveraged trading. In addition to the price of the constituent assets, the price of GLP also needs to consider the profit and loss of GLP in the process of gaming with traders. GLP token stakers receive 70% of platform fees and Escrowed GMX rewards.

According to the official website, GMX’s total trading volume on Avalanche exceeds $8 billion, and on Arbitrum it is nearly $27 billion, with a total of more than 13,000 users.

Jones DAO: For the yield, strategy and liquidity protocol of options, the Primary Jones Vaults product allows users to deposit underlying assets and obtain yield asset tokens jAssets to represent their deposits, which can be redeemed after a certain time window. By destroying jAssets to extract the original underlying assets and obtain income, on the other hand, Vaults will seek to avoid risks and obtain stable income as much as possible, most of the funds will be used to earn income by holding covered call options, up to 5% of the funds Will be used for hedging by buying call, put or perpetual options.Jones Vaults may lock in small risk-free returns through cross-platform option arbitrage.

In addition, Jones DAO will also launch Auxiliary Jones Vaults to deploy more aggressive options strategies.

Jones DAO has released the token JONES, which has the functions of governance, liquidity incentives and staking to generate veJONES. It is worth mentioning that jAsset has composable lines, can borrow assets as collateral on other platforms, and can also earn more JONES by staking with other supported assets in the Jones DAO staking section.

Tracer DAO (Popular Project): It is a derivative meta-agreement. The current core application is Perpetual Pools, where users can purchase leveraged tokens (ERC-20) in the form of leveraged tokens that will not expire or be liquidated, and It can also be pledged to earn rewards, and it also has combinable properties to further improve capital efficiency. Tracer V1 built on Balancer’s underlying infrastructure will charge 1% of the lock-up amount as a protocol fee, and a V2 version that can be deployed without permission and can be held for a long time will be released soon.

Tracer DAO has released the governance token TCR, which allocates 10% of the tokens to a 5-year liquidity mining reward program.

In June last year, Tracer DAO previously completed two rounds of financing totaling $9 million, with investors including Framework Ventures, DACM, Maven 11, and Apollo Capital.

  • Exchange/AMM

At present, the exchange and AMM protocols extended from other ecological extensions on Arbitrum include SushiSwap, Curve, Uniswap, Balancer and 1inch, DODO and Saddle Finance, etc. In addition, some of the aforementioned cross-chain protocols provide exchange services.

Swapr: is a multi-chain AMM based on Uniswap fork, currently supports Ethereum, Arbitrum, Gnosis Chain.

ZipSwap: It is a native DEX that adopts the Optimistic Rollup scheme on the second-layer network, and currently supports Optimism and Arbitrum. ZipSwap has released the token ZIP with a veZIP model.

  • Lending/Algorithmic Stablecoins

Arbitrum’s lending projects extended from Ethereum and other ecosystems include  Aave, dForce, and Hundred Finance, and algorithmic stablecoin projects include Abracadabra.

Aave V3 (Popular): In March, Aave launched Aave V3 on Polygon, Arbitrum, Avalanche, Fantom, Harmony and Optimism. Aave v3 upgrade introduces new features such as cross-chain asset liquidity, community contribution tools, Gas optimization model, and high-efficiency model , in addition to integrating a series of decentralized applications.

Vesta Finance (Popular Project): is a lending protocol on Arbitrum. Official documents show that advisors include SushiSwap co-founder 0xMaki, DCFGod and Lau Brothers (via Not3Lau Capital).

Users can deposit collateral to mint the Vesta stablecoin VST (pegged to the US dollar), which can be redeemed at any time. The minimum mortgage rate in Vesta is low, such as ETH is 110%, renBTC is 110%, and gOHM is 175%.

VSTA is Vesta Finance’s governance token, and users can earn VSTA by participating in Vesta Finance’s liquidity incentive program.

Sperax: is a collateralized algorithm stablecoin project on Arbitrum, founded in 2020, and completed a $6 million private token sale led by Amber Group, Alameda Research and DJ Steve Aoki at the end of December last year.

Sperax’s USDs have been listed on Arbitrum, and the current total lock-up volume is more than 26 million US dollars. Users can mint USDs with Sperax tokens USDT or USDC and SPA tokens. Sperax will also provide passive income for USDs holders, the income is generated by collateral in DeFi income aggregators, then USDs are purchased from the open market and destroyed, and finally distributed to USDs holders in the form of rebase. In the future, if governance votes in favor of distributing protocol fees to SPA stakers, more fees will be distributed to SPA token holders.

Liquidity Services / Yield Optimization / Fixed Rates

In these categories, in addition to Yearn Finance, Beefy Finance, xToken, Pickle Finance, there are the following projects:

iZUMi Finance (Popular Project): Programmable liquidity-as-a-service based on Uniswap V3 LP NFT, currently supporting Ethereum, Arbitrum and Polygon. iZUMi Finance has completed a total of $5.6 million in financing. Investors include Bybit, Mirana Ventures, IOSG Ventures, Everest Ventures Group, Cadenza, Fenbushi Capital, EVG, Hashkey, GSR, etc.

The LiquidBox platform launched by iZUMi Finance enables users to get token rewards by staking Uniswap V3 LP NFT to participate in liquidity mining activities. Liquidity mining is mainly divided into three types, which are the one-side liquidity model (One Side) for the centralized fixed reward price range model (Fixed Range) and the dynamic range model (Dynamic Range). For details, please refer to the following report.

iZUMi has also launched a veiZi NFT token economic model that combines community governance rights and platform revenue rights. Users can obtain the corresponding veiZi DAO NFT by locking up iZi tokens.

Strips Finance: Convert floating interest rates to fixed interest rates through hedging and other methods to lock in gains.Strips Finance closed a $2.5 million seed round led by Crypto.com Capital, Finlink Capital and Mechanism Capital in June last year, and an additional $8.5 million in October, with investors including Multicoin Capital, Sequoia Capital, Fabric Ventures and Morningstar Capital et al.

Vovo Finance: It is a structured product protocol on Arbitrum. It has completed a $2 million seed round in mid-April, led by IOSG Ventures, Matrixport, Ledger Prime, Zee Prime Capital, Pattern Research, Primitive Ventures, imToken, Kyber Network , Daedalus and CyberX participated in the investment.

Among Vovo Finance’s current main products, Vault will first obtain rewards through the Curve pool, then convert the rewards into USDC, and then open a leveraged position on GMX. The Vault charges a 2% management fee and a 10% performance fee every year. The Vault smart contract has been audited by PeckShield and Hashloak, but is still in Alpha mode.

Yield Protocol: Incubated by Paradigm, it is a fixed-rate lending protocol on Ethereum and Arbitrum. Currently the only collateral type available on Arbitrum is Arbitrum Ether (AETH), other collaterals will be added to the yield protocol in the future.

In June last year, Yield Protocol completed a $10 million financing round, led by Paradigm, with participation from Framework Ventures, Symbolic Capital Partners, CMS Holdings, Variant, and DeFi Alliance.

YIN Finance: is a Uniswap V3 ecological liquidity management protocol that has been launched on Ethereum, Polygon, BNB Chain and Arbitrum. Each protocol user has a personal NFT smart vault YANG, and then users can obtain active liquidity management strategies by subscribing to the liquidity smart contract CHI in the protocol. In addition, YIN will automatically charge and reinvest for users.

  • other

Umbra: It is a privacy payment project that launched Optimism and Arbitrum in early April this year, and has previously supported Ethereum and Polygon. Umbra achieves partial privacy of transfers through invisible addresses.

Ideamarket: is an Arbitrum-based decentralized information reputation market for content creators, aiming to mine high-quality content. Specifically, users can copy their own URL links (including tweet links, etc.) to put content on the market, and then others can use Ideamarket tokens IMO to buy a part of this content, if more people like the content, Both creators and supporters benefit.

Recommended reading: “Understanding Ideamarket.io: Building a Reputation Market for Content Producers with Content Tokenization”

Superfluid: is a money flow protocol designed to enable programmable cash flow and is more flexible. Use cases include processing subscription fees, salaries, rewards, recurring transfers, and any composable value stream. Through continuous settlement and netting per second, improving capital efficiency.

Superfluid is currently running on Polygon, Gnosis Chain, Arbitrum and Optimism networks. In July last year, Superfluid completed a $9 million seed round led by Multicoin Capital.

Solv Protocol: It is a decentralized platform for creating, managing and trading financial NFTs on the chain. It received a strategic investment from Binance Labs in January this year. Its financing tool “Convertible Voucher” is designed to help DAO obtain liquidity by using native tokens assets while minimizing liquidation risk. Solv Protocol has launched Arbitrum in mid-April.


  • NFT market

Stratos (Popular Project): In March, the Quixotic team on NFT marketplaces on Optimism launched Stratos, a general-purpose NFT marketplace on Arbitrum, allowing users to sell and buy NFTs, as well as view market overview data. Also, there is a Launchpad, which is currently available to apply.

tofuNFT: is a multi-chain NFT marketplace focused on GameFi and collectibles, supporting 27 blockchain networks.

TreasureDAO (Popular Project): NFT marketplace on Arbitrum, denominated in Treasure’s native token MAGIC.TreasureDAO is about to launch the Bridgeworld game and NFT marketplace Trove, and all revenue will go into the DAO.

  • NFT/Game

The NFT projects on Arbitrum are much higher than other Layer2 projects such as Optimism, but only a few projects are relatively popular. A total of 16 series are listed on the homepage of TreasureDAO, Arbitrum’s largest NFT market, and 3 of the first 6 series are NFT series in the TreasureDAO Metaverse Bridgeworld.

Legion Genesis: The NFT series in the TreasureDAO Metaverse Bridgeworld will also have other functions such as pledge. The current floor price has reached 4350 MAGIC, and the total transaction volume is 7.2 million MAGIC.

Overview of Arbitrum's hundreds of ecological projects: cross-chain, DeFi, infrastructure, NFT all-round development

Smol Brains: The monkey dynamic PFP project, the bigger the brain, the higher the IQ, the total turnover is 20.9 million MAGIC, and the floor price is 1447 MAGIC.

Overview of Arbitrum's hundreds of ecological projects: cross-chain, DeFi, infrastructure, NFT all-round development

Seed of Life: Total volume of 10.4 million MAGICs

Toadstoolz: A toad life simulation game on the chain, with a total turnover of over 400,000 MAGICs.

Overview of Arbitrum's hundreds of ecological projects: cross-chain, DeFi, infrastructure, NFT all-round development

Legion Auxiliary: Descendants of Genesis Legions in Bridgeworld, the TreasureDAO Metaverse.

Overview of Arbitrum's hundreds of ecological projects: cross-chain, DeFi, infrastructure, NFT all-round development

Treasures: Composable building blocks in Bridgeworld that will be used across and within the Metaverse.

In Stratos, another NFT market, there are more than 40 NFT projects listed on the homepage, but only the first 3 projects have a transaction volume of more than 4 ETH.

Tool/Infrastructure Support

Combined with the summary of the Arbitrum ecological portal, the supported tools and infrastructures include Band Protocol, Biconomy, BlockVision, Chainlink, Covalent, DefiLlama, Etherscan, Nansen, Snapshot, Tenderly, The Graph, Truffle Suite and more than 20.

node provider

Arbitrum’s current node providers are Alchemy, Ankr, DataHub, GetBlock, Infura, Moralis, and QuickNode.

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