Verse-Layer Hardware Requirements
These are standard requirements, but of course, they can vary depending on the expected amount of on-chain activity on your Verse. We highly recommend you to start your Verse with the provided specifications, and then adjust them as needed, based on usage.
|4 Core / 2/5GHz / x86_64
Please note that a blockchain cannot be horizontally scaled (you cannot create redundant infrastructure by creating multiple nodes). A blockchain node must be standalone (although read-only nodes can be created).
In terms of CPU, the consensus-making workload is computation-intensive. However, this is a sequential task, so simply increasing the number of cores will not solve the problem. The only solution is to use a CPU with a higher single-core performance.
Verse generally uses more CPU power. Using a CPU with a higher frequency can increase the Verse transaction processing speed, especially when dealing with a large number of pending transactions.
- TCP port 8545 allowed (for RPC)
- TCP/UDP port 4101 allowed (for Verse Verifier)
Secure Domain to set RPC_URL (e.g.
After building Verse, set RPC_URL to Verse IPaddress by DNS (e.g.
- Secure Domain to set EXPLORER_URL
- After building Verse explorer, set EXPLORER_URL to Verse explorer IPaddress by DNS
It is recommended to secure the chainId with EVM-based Chains beforehand.