iExec Project Update: April

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The start of 2021 has been an interesting time for the blockchain industry. With larger institutions arriving on the scene, more eyes are currently on the crypto-space than ever before, from retail participants to household names — it's growing each day. Crypto winter was our time to get our heads down without distraction and BUIDL, putting us in an excellent position to capitalize on the growing interest and provide usable products and real blockchain solutions.

After reaching milestones in the technical whitepaper at the end of 2020, the team has been committed to delivering products that make use of the iExec technical stack. These products aim to demonstrate the unique innovations iExec tech makes possible, in a way that is accessible and easy to understand.

The dedicated iExec community has shared many ideas on how iExec can leverage its technical achievements to continuously grow the network. iExec has been listening and following community sentiment, taking their ideas to the drawing board. And over the past few months, we’ve noticed a significant overlap in community suggestions with our own strategy for 2021. With products nearing completion and projects evolving from ideas to reality, we are excited to lift the lid on what we’ve got cooking.

Let’s have a look at some of the upcoming products outlined in the iExec Roadmap.

Upcoming Launch: The iExec Oracle Factory

A new user interface, the iExec Oracle Factory, will be released in the coming months. The Oracle Factory product will allow anyone to create their own oracles from scratch in just 5 minutes, and directly from their browser!

Here are some of the initial features planned:

  • Build Oracles using Preset APIs: anyone can build an oracle based on presets (e.g Yahoo Finance stocks API or the TESLA stock price). In 5 minutes, without any blockchain knowledge, you will be ...

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