Node Launches Ethers.js for Seamless API Access
November 23, 2022
By Caitlin Wu, Product Manager, Coinbase Cloud
TL;DR: Coinbase Cloud’s Node product now provides an Ethers.js based SDK that includes Ethereum and Advanced APIs, enabling developers to get easy access to our APIs.
Coinbase Cloud is committed to empowering developers to build web3 products. We launched our Coinbase Cloud platform for web3 developers, including free and instant blockchain API access with Node. Today, we're announcing the launch of an Ethers.js based SDK that includes Ethereum and Advanced APIs, which enables developers to get easy access to our APIs.
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