We are proud to integrate eth.events data with leading oracle provider Chainlink!
The eth.events ElasticSearch API will serve as an oracle for Ethereum smart contracts requiring real-time blockchain data from any of our 17 indexed networks. This makes accessing on-chain information a lot easier and more flexible for smart contract developers.
As an example, the eth.events Chainlink oracle leverages the real-time capabilities of our enterprise software stack and enables a simple yet important use case: Real-time validation of transaction hashes.
It can not only provide information on whether a particular blockchain transaction exists and was successfully mined, but also return additional details such as sender and receiver, ETH value and the block number it was mined in.
You can also leverage any other of our API endpoints, see the description here for details.
We plan to further extend the functionality of the adapter in the near future.
For example, we could offer easily consumable gas price predictions for queries across all of our 17 indexed blockchains – get in touch and let us know what YOU need!
Furthermore, we really love the Chainlink team and share their vision of bridging the blockchain world with off-chain data to leverage the huge potential of smart contracts.
Therefore, we have set up a Chainlink node to serve and validate other oracle requests from the network and happily collaborate with other participants to advance the Chainlink ecosystem. For example at web3summit in Berlin, we will present a Chainlink node operator dashboard.
Oracle address: 0x9308B0Bd23794063423f484Cd21c59eD38898108
JobID eth.events uint256: 95766e85c8404f19a194b56f3afefc2b
JobID eth.events bytes32: b8ee885624c6485dbe5460d39c61af95
Price: 0.1 LINK
Happy buidling and stay awesome!
eth.events is a searchable blockchain index and data source with real-time API and full SQL access down to the smart contract event level.
It is created and operated by Anyblock Analytics and offers a complete set of services for enterprise blockchain use cases on both public and private consortia chains.
Learn more by visiting the eth.event website, Twitter or Medium. If you’re a developer, visit our documentation and everybody is welcome to create a test account with immediate access at https://account.eth.events/auth/signup.
Chainlink is a decentralized oracle network that enables smart contracts to securely access off-chain data feeds, web APIs, and traditional bank payments. Chainlink is consistently selected as one of the top blockchain technologies by leading independent research firms such as Gartner. It is well known for providing highly secure and reliable oracles to large enterprises (Google, Oracle, and SWIFT) and leading smart contract development teams.