Oracles

Cryptomcmillan1 | 更新日: May 24, 2020
In the context of crypto, oracles refers to services which verify real-world and provide data to blockchains/smart contracts. Oracles are needed for decentralized programmes to function trustlessly as using data from a centralized source would cause a programme to have a weak spot that can be easily manipulated.

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