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We’re excited to announce that Smart Chain Arena, the team behind the widely-used Tezos smart contracts programming language SmartPy, has been selected as a recipient of a blockchain integration grant from the Chainlink Community Grant Program. The grant will see SmartPy provide Tezos developers with several key Chainlink functionalities to build more advanced and secure smart contracts applications, including:
- Integration of Chainlink Price Reference Data Feeds as a means of giving all Tezos DeFi developers access to both the largest collection of live decentralized price oracles in the market and a framework for quickly and securely launching new oracle networks for a variety of in-demand market datasets.
- Built out a more advanced monitoring system for the cross-chain integration, creating a more robust set of native tools and services to support the many DeFi projects building on Tezos, such as continual upgrades of the Chainlink node infrastructure, system of contracts, and much more.
SmartPy is an intuitive and effective smart contract language and development platform for Tezos. Users are able to write smart contracts in Python along with tests and immediately get simulation and other analytics feedback on their contracts. SmartPy is a real Python library which means contracts can freely inherit other contracts, import or share code, and more, which is summarized by a meta-programming approach. This gives SmartPy a unique and seamless programming experience that is especially useful when dealing with multi-stage computations as is the case with oracles.
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