Hello Danilo, thank you for your questions.
Decentralized applications cannot reach out to the external world directly, that’s where our service plays a role. Provable (Oraclize) provides a data-transport-layer enabling smart contracts to fetch external data, for example from a Web API. While doing so, the operator providing…
You are correct in saying that the main point of the blockchain architecture is decentralization and I understand why using the oracle method within such architecture might seems self-contradictory. However, if you want to move outside of the blockchain itself, the oracle method is the only way to do so — as you are moving from a decentralized…
thank you for your comments — the approach you suggest is indeed one alternative to the one followed by Oraclize.
That same method was indeed explored by our company as well in its early days, following the approach Orisi was proposing. However, we have encountered a few limitations and…
thank you for getting in touch. I confirm we would be happy for you to translate our blogpost for the Chinese community.
Please note that the information around Oraclize are outdate, specifically:
thank you for bringing up this interesting point.
You are correct in the fact that while using our appliances (engine machines), third parties still need to leverage something which is provided by Oraclize. This is a limitation due to hardware components that are needed for the service to be…
Thank you for your interest in Oraclize. Our Series A is now open, if you are interested in a traditional investment, please send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org (we don’t plan to launch an ICO in the foreseeable future).
Hello Ethfans team,
we would be happy to have our article translated for the Chinese community. If you could include a link to our Github (https://github.com/oraclize) and website (http://www.oraclize.it/), that would be much appreciated.
The Oraclize engine machines will be a central point of our developments in the months to come. This has been briefly introduced first at our presentation during Devcon 3 (video), more details will follow soon. The point is to fit into a single box a variety of technologies, which can prove a process has been executed as intended in a safe…
Two main points have to be addressed to answer to your comment: