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When interacting with the Kusari network via our substrate explorer app or other UIs and programmatic methods, you'd ideally be running your own node ( text guide ). Granted, that's not something everyone wants to do, so convenience trumps ideals in most cases. To facilitate this convenience, Kusari has several public endpoints you can use for your DApps.

Starkley Tech Archive Node

Starkley Tech, the company that develops the SwapDex Rust client, maintains an archive node at endpoint

To connect to the Starkley Tech node, use the endpoint in your JavaScript DApps like so:

const{ ApiPromise, WsProvider } = require('@polkadot/api')

(async () => {
    const provider = new WsProvider('wss://')
    const api = await ApiPromise.create({ provider })
    // ...
or in Kusari Substrate Explorer by clicking on the top-left corner of the screen and openig up the TEST NETWORK group and selecting SwapDex Kusari and via Starkley Tech


Written by Masterdubs & Petar