This article applies to:
- BNB Smart Chain
An elastic node is highly scalable public network node infrastructure accessed through your exclusive endpoint. With an elastic node, you pay for JSON-RPC requests to the node and do not pay for the compute and storage resources used by the node.
A dedicated node is a public network node deployed exclusively for you. With a dedicated node, you pay for the compute and storage resources used by the node and do not pay for JSON-RPC requests to the node.
The specification and resources of Dedicated Nodes can be upgraded vertically at any time upon request, if needed.
In offering two options, Chainstack offers great flexibility in choosing the right node type for your requirements.
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See also Understanding your request consumption over HTTP and WebSocket.
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