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Learn how to interact with DeFi lending and borrowing protocols like Aave directly in Python so you can gain yield on deposited collateral and more.
Build, test, and deploy a smart contract on Binance Smart Chain that reads the latest ETH/USD price from Chainlink’s decentralized oracle network.
Introduction: Generating random numbers in a non-fungible token (NFT) following the ERC721 standard has always been an issue for smart contract developers. Now that Chainlink VRF is live on mainnet, Solidity-based smart contracts can seamlessly generate tamper-resistant on-chain random numbers that are provably fair and backed by a
OAuth is a popular form of API authentication and authorization that allows users to access different websites and applications without sharing their credentials. At first, it might seem difficult to get data from an external, Web2 service like OAuth into our blockchain smart contracts. However, Chainlink external adapters make it
Learn how to build a DeFi application that rewards with your own ERC20 based on Chainlink decentralized oracles. Introduction: DeFi, yield farming, staking, and governance tokens are all topics receiving a lot more attention due to the massive growth of DeFi. They are relatively simple to spin up as well, and this blog will show you
Introduction API calls in solidity, the native language of Ethereum, are a great way to get off-chain external data into smart contract based applications. Chainlink’s blockchain-agnostic and decentralized oracles make it easy for developers everywhere to connect real world data and events to the world of blockchains. Chainlink built-in