What can we expect from ADMoracle in the Oracle 3.0 era?

As the necessary middleware to connect real-world data and blockchain systems, Oracle was upgraded from Oracle 1.0 represented by Provable to Oracle 2.0 represented by Chainlink. However, there are still shortcomings in mainstream Oracle 2.0 decentralized products in the current market. ADMoracle launched the first decentralized oracle to support large-area node citations after research and development. This step will officially open the new era of Oracle 3.0. Innovation of Oracle 3.0 Oracle 1.0 is a centralized application with a central organization that provides data for smart contracts to work. This type of oracle does not have any party gaming behavior and data collection is efficient but incompatible with data provided by other oracles and its security is questionable. Centralized oracles simply get quotes from any agency, when a central oracle is used as a more valuable ecological DeFi data provider, data seekers can bribe or even buy the central oracle and manipulate the data source to take advantage of their own contracts in DeFi. . This is clearly not in line with blockchain rules. Oracle 2.0 is a decentralized application. The main representatives in the current market are Chainlink and MakerDao OSM oracles. The design of the decentralized oracle mechanism is consistent with the distributed idea of the blockchain. Basically, it provides data services through many trusted nodes that increase the fault tolerance of the entire Oracle system and can carry a higher contract value cap. However, Oracle 2.0 products have weaknesses such as opacity, inaccuracy, difficult to extend, and poor resistance to attack. For example, some Oracle products have few nodes or specified centralized data source settings; this not only affects the decentralized nature of oracle itself to some extent, but also

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