Hello Nervos: DIA Oracles Available in the Ethereum compatible layer 2
We are thrilled to announce the deployment of DIA’s data infrastructure into Godwoken, the EVM layer-2 blockchain by Nervos.
The Nervos Network is an open blockchain platform to build applications that are decentralised, autonomous and universally accessible. Nervos aims to create an all-encompassing build architecture that allows dApp developers to build once and reach all users, everywhere. The Nervos blockchain is formed by two main components: Nervos CKB and Nervos Godwoken.
On one hand, the Nervos CKB is a layer 1 proof-of-work public blockchain protocol: any crypto-asset can be stored with the security, immutability and permissionless nature of Bitcoin, while enabling smart contracts, layer 2 capabilities and capture the total network value through a unique crypto-economic “store of value” design and native token, the CKByte.
On the other hand, Godwoken is a newly launched, Ethereum-compatible layer on top of Nervos allowing ETH dApps the ability to port to CKB with a generic framework to build roll-up solutions upon Nervos CKB.
We are excited to announce that DIA’s trusted oracles services will be integrated into Godwoken, the EVM layer-2 blockchain by Nervos. This new deployment is set to provide a new reliable oracle service for dApps building on this layer, or porting over from Ethereum. This collaboration will expand Nervo’s oracle offering and enable dApp builders to access DIA’s broad set of more than 5.000 data feeds on Nervos’ layer-2 Godwoken.
“It is pleasing to be working with so many great companies who want to help build out our network and support our burgeoning ecosystem,” said Nervos co-founder Kevin Wang. “We all know the importance of oracles in the DeFi world, and as we look to grow out our own DeFi offering, it is great to know that developers will have choices when they choose to come to Nervos”
“The DeFi ecosystem is witnessing a growing number of scaling solutions surge in the last months, focussed on solving the interoperability and scalability issues of the blockchains,” mentions Michael Weber, DIA Association President. “We are very excited to contribute to these new exciting ecosystems like Nervos by deploying DIA’s oracle data provision into these networks.”