Launching a BEVM Node on Spheron in Minute: A Step-by-Step Guide

Launching a BEVM Node on Spheron in Minute: A Step-by-Step Guide

Thanks to Spheron Marketplace's streamlined process, deploying a BEVM Testnet node is now more accessible than ever. This blog post will guide you through the steps to launch a BEVM testnet node, ensuring a smooth and efficient experience.

How do you deploy BEVM Node using Spheron Compute?

Deploying a BEVM node on Spheron is a simple, streamlined process that does not require any DevOps knowledge!

Step 1: Create a Free Spheron Network Account

1. Visit Spheron Network:

2. On the Spheron homepage, locate and click the "Free Trial" button.

3. You'll be directed to a signup page. Choose your preferred authentication method: Web2 (GitHub account, GitLab account, or Bitbucket account) or Web3 (Ethereum).

4. Follow the provided prompts to authenticate your chosen account securely. This step ensures safe access to the Spheron Network platform. After successful authentication, you'll be guided to a confirmation page confirming the completion of your account setup.

Step 2: Creating an Organization

1. Upon logging in, you'll be directed to the Create Organization page, where you can give your organization name and choose Avatar. Ensure the "compute" option is selected from the drop-down menu of the "Start With" option. Click “Continue”.

2. Next, you'll be taken to a new page. Click the "Create New Projects" button. Add 'Project Title' And 'Project Description' and Click Create.

Step 3: Deploying a BEVM Node With Spheron Platform UI

Follow these steps to deploy a BEVM Node:

1. Choose "Compute" to use CPU-based instances for running containers.

2. Choose your desired Compute Type option under Compute Type.

NOTE: Please schedule a team call to gain early access to the "Spot" Type.

3. Click "Start from Marketplace App" and Select "BEVM Validator Node" from the marketplace.

4. Select Region: Select your preferred region for deployment. Choosing a region closer to you. This can improve performance and reduce latency. US-West has a higher chance of deploying everything successfully. You can start from the US-West option.

5. Next, Choose an instance plan that aligns with your requirements. Spheron will recommend a suitable plan according to the BEVM template, but you can customize it from available plans or choose to 'Create Custom Plans.'

6. Next, Configure storage:
You have to choose storage from the available options or the custom storage option that fits your needs. This storage will be volatile and is erased when the instance is restarted, redeployed, or shut down. Additionally, you get the option to choose Persistent Storage.

  1. Next, go to the configuration. In the ‘Template Configuration’ section, replace 'Node Namw' with your new node name.

8. Wait for your node to be fully set up. After it's provisioned, you'll see an option called ‘Overview’ in the dashboard; click on it to see all the details of the deployed node on BEVM.

Go to and look for your node name. It indicates that your node is running as expected. At this point, you don't need to do anything further—just let it run and wait for any official updates from BEVM.

Need Help?

If you require any assistance or have queries, feel free to contact team Spheron through these channels:


Launching a BEVM node through Spheron Marketplace is straightforward if you follow these steps. With the right preparation and resources, you can contribute to the BEVM network efficiently and earn incentives for your participation. Stay connected with the community for support and updates, and embark on your BEVM node deployment journey today!