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Is it possible to host a pruned bitcoin node and node.js server on digital ocean to access network and blockchain data 24/7 affordably?
I have heard it has been possible for years to host a bitcoin full node on a VPS like digital ocean and that the cost now is approx $60/month with potential to increase drastically over the next few years with segwit adoption. Is there a good approach for hosting a pruned node with access to 24 hour or potentially 30 day block data in addition to a node.js server to save occasional writes to a DB? Would one have to host these on seperate droplets or is there a possibility to host both on a $5-10/month digital ocean account? I am curious because I have only seen tutorials for setting up full nodes but those will soon be potentially >$1000/year in upkeep. I am curious to see if it is possible to host my server in the cloud rather than update the DB locally. I understand a full node is important for network security, but this use case is more for current and recent bitcoin blockchain data, rather than the full tx history.
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