Eminence and Domicilium partner to take on important role in the XRP blockchain

02 March 2022

Blockchain technology company Eminence Holdings have taken on the responsibility for running a Full History Node for the XRP Ledger (XRPL) from Domicilium’s datacentre in the Isle of Man.


The XRPL is an open and decentralised network that relies on several independent parties to operate and while the ledger does not require Full History to operate day to day, they serve an important function for the Ledger.  This is a strategic investment by Eminence in the future of the XRPL, upon which the company runs it’s CasinoCoin project; a token designed for use in the regulated gambling industry. 


Daniel Keller Eminence Chief Technical Officer commented: “We recognise the role we have as a business utilising the XRP blockchain to support the infrastructure, which is why we took the decision to run the Full History Node. Watch this video to see the setup of the Node.


The Eminence Full History Node is a milestone in legitimacy and sustainability for the CasinoCoin project, cementing it as an integral part of the broader XRPL ecosystem. There are currently 30+ Full History Nodes operating on the Ledger. Loading data onto a Full History server is a complex and time-consuming task. Many thanks to the team at XRPL Labs, who did that for us and shipped it over in fully ready condition and to Domicilium for supporting us with the installation and hosting.”


David Artus, Senior Account Manager of Domicilium explained:
"Being a technology company at the forefront of innovation, Domicilium is hugely impressed with the vision and drive of the Eminence management team; in short, we see a synergy between our two companies. Headquartered in the Isle of Man, we provide solutions for a worldwide client base in many different sectors ranging from traditional finance to aerospace and gaming.

Domicilium has enjoyed 30 years of continuous growth but has never stood still when it comes to tech. The directors and decision-makers here are technical people and therefore the ethos of the company has always been a tech-first approach to any new partnership.
We see the same tech-first ethos with Eminence, and we will do everything necessary to support their project. The first part of that assistance is hosting a Full History node right here on the Isle of Man.

The Isle of Man should be very proud to have a Full History node here. The investors and partners of Eminence will take great comfort from hosting in one of Europe's top Datacentres, located in one of the safest and most stable jurisdictions in the world.”