Automata 1RPC
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About 1RPC

The first and only on-chain attested privacy preserving RPC, with a track record of protecting 11 billion requests with 200,000 daily active users.


1RPC is the relay safeguarding blockchain interactions in Web3.
A product by Automata Network, the relay eradicates metadata exposure and leakage with a one-click user experience. 1RPC offers support across 44 chains, including Ethereum, BNB Chain, Polkadot, zkSync Era and more.
1RPC's underlying relay infrastructure is attested on-chain by Automata Network to guarantee the integrity of both hardware and software components of the secure enclaves, which keeps 1RPC's computation confidential. End-to-end attestation is currently being completed with Automata 2.0, making 1RPC to be the first and only on-chain attested privacy preserving RPC.


When users perform any kind of action, such as viewing their balance, creating a transaction or bidding for an NFT, requests are submitted to the blockchain through an RPC. Typically, the RPC endpoint would be able to view, and sometimes store, such requests. These requests might contain both user data and metadata.
We break down 1RPC and its technical architecture here.
Data refers to any information related to any on-chain interaction, including read requests such as wallet addresses. Metadata provides or suggests information about data:
  • IP address (Geolocation)
  • User agent (Browser version, OS platform)
  • Request timestamp (Timezone)

1RPC+: Own your Web3 journey

1RPC+ brings back control to Web3 users with real-time, granular control of their interactions with the blockchain. Plus features of the relay includes:
Bespoke RPC
Own your RPC endpoint with a unique API key that provides greater flexibility and customization on how you interact with a dApp or smart contract. Avoid sharing your API key with others to maintain the security of your data.
Transaction sanitizers
Custom rules that deter phishing threats in Web3 by avoiding and/or circumventing interactions with bad actors. Transaction sanitizers can be added, edited and removed at any point in time with immediate effect.
Fail-safe protection
The defence-in-depth principle used in cybersecurity means that you do not have to rely solely on wallets, node providers or other native Web3 infrastructure for enhanced layers of threat protection or anti-phishing control.
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