Introducing the Cardano Open Oracle Protocol (COOP)
The Cardano Open Oracle Protocol (COOP) is a set of technical guidelines that enables the publishing and consuming of off-chain
Orcfax July technical update
It has been a few months since our previous technical update but we've been quite productive in the intervening time.
What is the real world?
Orcfax is a trustworthy earth data oracle. It publishes information about the
real world as data inputs to blockchain smart
Orcfax February technical update
1. Introduction to the Orcfax vision
2. Orcfax roadmap status
3. The web3 data permance problem
4. The Cardano eUTXO
Abstracting data access in web3 systems
The diversity of data consumed by apps in a truly decentralized web3
architecture is spread across multiple servers and different
Ten web3 system requirements from Moxie Marlinspike's post
Last month, Moxie Marlinspike [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moxie_Marlinspike]
published an in-depth, evidence-based analysis
Why have more than one Cardano oracle?
Having multiple options for receiving off-chain oracle
[https://www.orcfax.link/what-is-an-oracle/] data from the real-world is
beneficial to Cardano
What makes Orcfax trustworthy?
Orcfax is an oracle [https://www.orcfax.link/what-is-an-oracle/] which
implements a standards-based specification (W3C
What is an oracle?
In the ancient world, oracles were people who delivered messages and knowledge
from the gods to the mortals.
Why the Cardano blockchain?
Cardano [https://cardano.org] is one of the top five, layer one blockchains by
market capitalization. Its protocols have been