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We’re excited to announce that Protofire, a development workshop for decentralized protocols, has been selected as a recipient of a community grant to perform a native integration of Chainlink into the Polkadot-based smart contract platform Plasm and and Plasm’s Kusama implementation Shiden. The integration will enable Plasm and Shiden developers to use Chainlink oracles to securely interact with a wide variety of external data feeds and off-chain computations, ultimately creating a more robust smart contract ecosystem. Not only will this bring Chainlink Price Feeds to DeFi projects launching on the Plasm and Shiden networks, but it will open up development for a broader set of use cases across NFTs, gaming, insurance, and numerous other industries.
As part of the grant, Protofire will facilitate the integration by:
- Validating and adapting Chainlink contracts to ensure native compatibility with the Plasm and Shiden networks
- Testing and deploying all Chainlink components to the Plasm and Shiden mainnets, with continual maintenance and upgrades
- Providing automated testing to verify the integration of the Plasm and Shiden networks with Chainlink
- Creating documentation showing how developers can integrate with Chainlink on the Plasm and Shiden networks
Protofire is a widely recognized provider of development and consultancy services around blockchain. The company has extensive experience in building decentralized protocols, developer tools, and smart contracts. Their team has contributed their development resources to numerous leading blockchain-based projects, including Gnosis, The Graph, Maker, Tezos, 0x, Kyber Network, Synthetix, etc. We have previously awarded Protofire grants for the ...
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