QuickNode Aims To Foster Web3 Collaboration With New Preferred Partner Network

Partners are incentivized to sign up to QuickNode’s network with a range of benefits, including guaranteed deal flows and revenue sharing opportunities.

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The popular blockchain infrastructure solutions provider QuickNode has announced that its Preferred Partner Network is now up and running in a move that it says will help to unite the best B2B offerings in the blockchain business. 

QuickNode has amassed an impressive network of blockchain infrastructure service providers, developers, consultancies and other Web3 agencies in order to provide more tailored opportunities for its customers. The idea is that they can leverage QuickNode’s partner network to land more deals, earn referrals and grow their total addressable market. 


The announcement marks another key milestone for QuickNode, which has established itself as one of the industry’s leading blockchain infrastructure firms. Its platform is particularly well regarded by Web3 developers as it provides simple access to more than 35 blockchains via an API, including Ethereum, BNB Chain and Polygon. It offers a wealth of developer tools that make it possible to deploy decentralized applications quickly on any supported blockchain. 

Besides making life easy, QuickNode’s key advantage is that it offers a fully managed and globally distributed network of nodes, enabling developers to scale their dApps effortlessly. 

Now, with its partner network, QuickNode is looking to build on its success by leading a trusted network of blockchain infrastructure and service providers. Launch partners in the QuickNode Preferred Partner Network include big names such as Chainlink, Fireblocks, LG CNS, Figment and Nansen. The ultimate goal is to create a “globally-recognized coalition of best-in-class service providers”, QuickNode said. 

Partners are incentivized to sign up to QuickNode’s network with a range of benefits, including guaranteed deal flows and revenue sharing opportunities. They’ll also be able to engage in co-marketing and co-selling initiatives with other partners, access marketing development funds and pursue custom engagement models. According to QuickNode, these perks are all designed to promote collaboration among its partners and increase the visibility of the network. 


Fireblocks Corporate Strategy & Partnerships Manager Connor Sullivan said QuickNode is ideally suited to spearhead such a network, as it’s renowned for providing highly performant infrastructure for dApp developers. “We are excited to be joining their Preferred Partner Network and we look forward to opening up access to QuickNode’s ecosystem for our customers,” he said. 

Going forward, QuickNode said it will step up its efforts to recruit more of Web3’s leading innovators into its network, as part of an ongoing drive to establish itself as a major player in the blockchain development ecosystem. 

Web3 technology and service providers can apply to join QuickNode’s Preferred Partner Network via this application form. Applicants will need to undergo a preliminary review, and those that make the grade will be engaged through a discovery call to determine the ideal engagement model for their business. 

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Alex Costa

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