Hello Telos: DIA Oracles Get Integrated Into the Telos EVM Chain
We are thrilled to further expand DIA’s cross-chain interoperability by integrating DIA’s open-source data and oracle infrastructure into the Telos EVM blockchain.
Telos EVM is a scalable solution for Solidity based applications, built with the intent of revolutionizing the DeFi landscape. Unlike other scalable EVMs, Telos EVM is not just a fork of the original Go Ethereum code. It’s an entirely new EVM redesigned from the ground up to take full advantage of the power that Telos technology has to offer.
With an impressive speed of Up to 10,000 Transactions/Second and 0.5 Second Block Times, the Telos EVM aims to solve major layer 1 network’s inefficiencies. Despite its unique design, Telos EVM offers feature parity with Ethereum, this makes it a powerful solution for developers and users looking for an Ethereum Virtual Machine that can keep up with the demands of mass adoption.
DIA oracle infrastructure integration on Telos
We are thrilled to announce that DIA is entering the Telos ecosystem by making its data and oracle infrastructure available on Telos EVM layer 1 blockchain. DeFi developers on Telos can now leverage DIA’s broad set of data feeds, which includes 6k+ digital asset price feeds 20k+ traditional financial asset price feeds and a range of lending rates, FX rates and other data feeds.
DApps are dependent on the ingestion of verified external data feeds to operate reliably. DIA’s data feeds cover a broad range of assets including all the top assets as well as any long-tail asset price thanks to its unique data sourcing approach.
“Partnering with DIA allows Telos to fulfil its potential in supporting DeFi projects like Omnidex, Zappy and Bardi, among others. We are working on a meaningful liquidity support program and offer the Ignite grant program for DeFi start-ups. Come and build your DeFi projects on Telos.”AJ DingerHead of Business Development at Telos
To source such a broad range of data feeds, DIA’s community of developers scrape data directly from on-chain sources like DEXs and off-chain sources like CEXs at individual trade level. This uniquely positions DIA to leverage the broadest possible set of sources, ensuring maximum coverage of asset price data. Any data feed that is publicly accessible can be sourced, regardless of whether it is listed on exchanges and what its trading volume is.
Transparency and customizability are essential pillars for DIA. Developers can build unique price feed oracles with DIA, customizing the specific computational methodologies used as well as the data sources that make up a feed. This approach is designed to adapt to any custom needs a project might have, but also to provide users with the maximum transparency of how their data feeds are constructed, while being able to serve any asset price feed.
Thanks to Telos Etheruem Virtual Machine (EVM) compatibility, developers can easily port Ethereum native Apps to Telos high-speed network and plug DIA oracles to fuel its smart contracts. This new integration will enable teams operating on Telos to develop use cases such as stablecoins, stakings rewards, lending and borrowing, DEXs and many more.
“We are thrilled to enter the Telos ecosystem by integrating our open-source and transparent data and oracle infrastructure with Telos’ new EVM layer 1 blockchain. Developers will be able to natively access DIA’s broad set of data feeds for 6k+ crypto assets and 20k+ traditional assets via highly customisable and transparent oracles. We are very excited to start collaborating with Telos native dApps to help them build the best products in an accurate and reliable manner”Paul ClaudiusDIA's Head of Business Development
The Telos DIA Demo Oracle
Test the DIA demo oracle on the Telos EVM chain by interacting with the following oracle smart contacts:
- Mainnet: 0x7512fb605c45cedff8552eaca2a020c13a04a5ef
- Tesnet: 0x261cf410d0a83193d647e47c35178288d99e12dd
Note: DIA Demo Oracle contracts are not intended to be integrated into dApps. DIA deploys dedicated contracts for dApps, please request a dedicated oracle. Learn more about DIA demo oracles on the DIA Documentation.