One of the years top performing altcoins, Chainlink remains to go from strength to strength. Fresh off the back of their Google partnership announcement, they have now added Oracle to a steadily increasing list of impressive partnerships. The latest addition, Oracle will work on smart contracts with over 50 nodes and teams upon the Oracle Blockchain platform. in a move that again strengthens the projects standing as one of the strongest projects around.
We’re thrilled to work with great companies like Oracle and their @oraclestartup team, which has graciously offered to support 50+ Chainlink nodes/teams that will be providing high-quality inputs and outputs into Oracle’s various blockchain environments @fribeiro1 #smartcontracts pic.twitter.com/MqFW6faS5d
— Chainlink – Official Channel (@chainlink) June 25, 2019
The project of this project has a much greater reach, with Oracle having over 400,000 customers in 175 countries, with a further announcement on these projects expected at the Oracle Code One conference in September. Fernando Ribeiro, from Oracle startups, continued to add that “several firms” are already using Chainlinks platform and that any startup from any country can join the programme. Chainlink’s addition to Oracle’s blockchain venture seemingly is right at its initial point.
With second-generation projects such as Chainlink addressing issues that are arising in the crypto space, their value is seen directly with such significant partnerships as Google and Oracle.
The positive news for Chainlink did not end there, however, as Coinbase announced their official listing of Chainlink as well. The timing of this is interesting, although the price is creating new all-time highs, a potential impending altcoin run could see Chainlink surge greatly.
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