Provisioning Endpoints

This page will walk through how to onboard to a dedicated Web3 endpoint and give a tour of all the available features.


BlockSpaces offers Web3 endpoints for developers who need them. Choose from over 30 popular protocols. Overall, an RPC endpoint can provide better performance, security, privacy, and control compared to our free public endpoints. The purchase of a Web3 endpoint includes a page where you can find developer resources, transaction monitoring, endpoint aliasing, and even a testing module.


Note: Prior to adding any application to your BlockSpaces homepage, you must first create your account at, verify your email address, and set up two-factor authentication.
Beginning at the BlockSpaces homepage, in the Multiweb Infrastructure section, click the “+” button in the first open slot.
Next, you’ll be shown the list of Multiweb Infrastructure services we offer. For this example we’ll select Ethereum Goerli.
From here we will select the desired plan. Click “Standard” to continue.
This screen confirms the plan, pricing, and prorated first charge. Click “Confirm” to continue.
Success! You’ve added a dedicated Multiweb Infrastructure endpoint to your account! Continue on to the Tutorial section for a tour around the page.


Now that you’ve added an endpoint to your homepage, let’s walk you through the features. Click the endpoint you want to work with and let’s get started!
Note: Bitcoin Invoicing & Payments is a Bitcoin accounting integration app, not a Web3 endpoint 🙂

Adding an Endpoint

Once you’re in your new endpoint page, click the orange “Add Endpoint” button to the right. This will generate your unique URL.

Aliasing Endpoints

Once an endpoint is added, the URL appears under the alias “New Endpoint”. As a best practice, we recommend aliasing every endpoint you add.

Testing Endpoints

Below the endpoint URL is a module where you can quickly make a test call. The left side should already be pre-populated with some code. Hitting “Submit Transaction” at the bottom should return a response that looks something like this:
{ "id": 1, "jsonrpc": "2.0", "result": "0x7e124b" }


During this tutorial so far, you probably noticed the main “Activity” dashboard in the middle of the page. This area allows for easy tracking of usage activity over time, and each endpoint will show you the total number of transactions along with the daily average of transactions.

Developer Resources

At the top of the screen, you’ll find curated developer resources to assist you as you develop your applications—block explorers, documentation, faucets, and even sample code.