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How to submit a DIA Custom Delivery Request (CDR) in <5 minutes

DIA CDRs are designed to provide an open process for dApps to request custom data feeds while providing full public transparency on the specific implementation of the oracle, including sources, methodologies and other specifications.

Learn more about CDRs here

Step 1: Sign up

Go to the DIA DAO Forum here and create an account by using the Twitter account of the dAPP/ requesting project.

Step 2: Create a CDR

Go to the CDR page and create a new CDR by hitting the (+) button on the bottom right corner.

1. Title:

Please input the name of your protocol and the requesting data type within the filed “Type title, or paste a link here”.

For example: “Example Exchange | Asset Price”

2. Body

In the text body, please, fill in the fields in [square brackets] with the desired feed specifications you are requesting. See a full example here.

3. Submit CDR

When done, hit “Create topic” to submit the CDR.

Step 3: Feed Delivery

A DAO core contributor will review the CDR submission and a contributor from the core team will share the API / oracle address with you directly.

DIA is a cross-chain, end-to-end, open-source data and oracle platform for Web3. The DIA platform enables the crowd-sourcing, validation and sharing of transparent and verified data feeds for asset prices, metaverse data and more. DIA data is simultaneously sourced at a trade level from multiple on-chain and off-chain sources and made available to developers on all relevant layer 1 and layer 2 networks.

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