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Explore what the Internet of Things is, how it works, and why smart contracts and oracles are unlocking a new era of IoT-based systems.
Chainlink is a secure blockchain middleware that enables enterprises to interact with any blockchain from existing backends and legacy tools.
We’re excited to award DLC.Link a Chainlink Community Grant to bridge Chainlink oracle data to Discreet Log Contracts (DLCs) on Bitcoin.
With the newly launched quickstart, data providers now have a one-click workflow to deploy a Chainlink oracle node on AWS and sell data across multiple blockchains.
Learn the similarities, differences, and synergies between blockchains and oracles, including distinctions between cryptographic and definitive truth.
Learn how to use a Chainlink External Adapter to fetch IPFS data and reduce Ethereum gas fees for large token distributions and airdrops.
The vast and growing world of IoT data is tracking more real-world objects and processes than ever before. Chainlink External Adapters are well-suited to deliver IoT data through secure and reliable oracle networks to all kinds of IoT smart contract use cases, such as on-chain supply chain logic or tracking temperature data for smart
The blockchain oracle problem is one of the most important barriers to overcome to enable smart contracts on networks like Ethereum to achieve mass adoption across a wide variety of markets and use cases. As previously discussed in our Blockchain Education Series, smart contracts running on blockchains offer immense potential to redefine
Co-authored by Eugene Yarmosh, Intel Systems Architect and TCF Technical Lead, and the Chainlink team. Blockchains can greatly enhance their capacity to meet enterprise requirements around privacy and scalability by using Chainlink oracles to route transactional computation off-chain to the Trusted Computation Framework (TCF).