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DIA Price:
$0.38
Volume:
$8.9 M
All Time High:
$5.77
Market Cap:
$11.5 M


Circulating Supply:
30,000,000
Exchanges:
16
Total Supply:
200,000,000
Markets:
22
Max Supply:
200,000,000
Pairs:
30



  DIA PRICE


The price of #DIA today is $0.38 USD.

The lowest DIA price for this period was $0, the highest was $0.385, and the current live price for one DIA coin is $0.38470.

The all-time high DIA coin price was $5.77.

Use our custom price calculator to see the hypothetical price of DIA with market cap of BTC or other crypto coins.


  DIA OVERVIEW


The code for DIA crypto currency is also #DIA.

DIA is 2.2 years old.


  DIA MARKET CAP


The current market capitalization for DIA is $11,541,105.

DIA is ranked #528 out of all coins, by market cap (and other factors).


  DIA VOLUME


There is a big daily trading volume on #DIA.

Today's 24-hour trading volume across all exchanges for DIA is $8,918,860.


  DIA SUPPLY


The circulating supply of DIA is 30,000,000 coins, which is 15% of the maximum coin supply.


  DIA BLOCKCHAIN


DIA is a token on the Ethereum blockchain, and has digital contracts with 2 other blockchains.

See list of the DIA Blockchain contracts with 3 different blockchains.


  DIA EXCHANGES


DIA is integrated with many pairings with other cryptocurrencies and is listed on at least 16 crypto exchanges.

View #DIA trading pairs and crypto exchanges that currently support #DIA purchase.


  DIA RESOURCES


Websitediadata.org
Whitepaperdocs.diadata.org/documentation
TwitterDIAdata_org
Redditr/DIAdata
TelegramDIAdata_org


  DIA DEVELOPER NEWS



Partnership with Mimo Capital

We are excited to announce that Mimo Capital has officially integrated DIA’s transparent price feed oracles to support the issuance of their PAR stablecoin.. — — Introducing Mimo Capital - Mimo Capital offers a suite of applications designed to allow users to use their digital assets to mint euro-pegged PAR tokens The PAR token is pegged to €1 and is an over-collateralized stablecoin backed by assets like BTC, ETH and USDC. Users of the platform can earn MIMO tokens which gives them governance power over the protocol. To ensure a reliable and secure price feed for both PAR and MIMO tokens, Mimo Capital has chosen to implement DIAs smart contract price feed oracle. We are thrilled to announce a new collaboration with Mimo Capital to provide the protocol with a fully transparent price oracle in multiple chains. The oracle will be used to calculate the price of the Mimo Protocol’s governance token MIMO as well as its Euro-pegged stablecoin PAR. To respond to the ever-growing multi-chain needs of Web3 users, the price oracle has been deployed in Ethereum as well as in Polygon and Fantom networks. — Price Oracles for Any Asset - The Mimo team was interested in launching a lending/borrowing pool for their assets $MIMO and $PAR on the Midas Capital app, which was needed to unleash the power of the tokens. Midas enables users to launch isolated lending/borrowing pools for any asset. But in order to launch the pool, a price oracle for the assets was required, which only DIA was capable of successfully fulfilling those needs. This is due to the fact that most oracle providers depend on third-party centralised data providers to deploy price oracles, not capable of providing price feed oracles for long-tail assets. In contrast, DIA employs a unique, fully transparent, end-to-end approach to building price oracles, capable of delivering price references for any digital asset, regardless of their listing conditions and volume. Starny from the Mimo Team comments:“The decision to collaborate with DIA was initially motivated by the deployment of the Mimo pool on Midas. Indeed, an oracle was required to integrate $MIMO and its LPs into the pool. Based on the features mentioned above, DIA appeared to be the obvious choice for Mimo. Also, DIA did not require volume, unlike LINK, which made the oracle integration much more accessible.” — How Does this Work? - From sourcing, processing to delivery, DIA covers the whole data value chain by simultaneously sourcing trade data directly from a broad array of centralized and decentralized exchanges. This granular, aggregated trade data is then sanitised based on a fully transparent procedure to avoid outliers, and is computed with custom price determination methodologies to best meet each use case’s requirements. — Transparent and Fully Customizable Delivery - DIA deployed a dedicated and tailor-made smart contract oracle to supply the most suitable price feeds for the assets specified by Mimo Capital. The price oracle was designed with custom parameters such as source markets, price determination methodology, update mechanism and more. These tailor-made configurations facilitate the Mimo team with the most suitable oracle for its unique lending and borrowing use case and asset pairs. These requirements were transferred to DIA by submitting a DIA Custom Delivery Request (CDR) via the DIA Forum and is publicly available to everyone. — → See CDR #018: Mimo Capital. — Michael Weber, DIA Association President comments:“We are excited to provide our oracle technology to Mimo capital. Their vision, just like ours, is built around a decentralised and non-custodial economy. With their euro-pegged PAR token Mimo is setting steps in the right direction to fulfil this vision, and I am excited that DIA can be a part of that process by providing them with our open-source and multi-chain oracle. We hope that Mimo will achieve big things and we are excited to cooperate in the future.” — About DIA - DIA is a multi-chain, end-to-end, open-source data and oracle platform for Web3. The DIA platform enables the sourcing, validation and sharing of transparent and verified data feeds for traditional and digital financial applications. DIA’s institutional-grade data feeds cover digital asset prices, NFT floor prices, lending rates, FX rates and more. DIA’s data is directly sourced from a broad array of on-chain and off-chain sources at individual trade-level. This allows DIA feeds to be fully customized with regards to the mix of sources and methodologies, resulting in tailor-made, high resilience feeds and thereby setting a new paradigm for oracles. Homepage | DIA App | Docs | Forum | Discord | Twitter | Telegram Partnership with Mimo Capital was originally published in DIA Insights on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.




Partnership with Takepile Protocol

DIA’s open source price oracles are now integrated with Takepile Protocol, a solvency guaranteed Perpetual DEX on the Fantom network.. — Takepile is a decentralized perpetual exchange offering real yield staking opportunities and guaranteed position solvency through its novel “pile” liquidity system. Perpetual DEXs are a fast emerging DeFi concept because they are designed to allow trading on market volatility without impacting investments or held assets. Takepile is distinguished by their real yield offerings, guaranteed position solvency, no-slippage trading, no false liquidations, zero funding rates and DIA-powered markets. We are delighted to announce that DIA’s trusted oracle services have been integrated into Takepile Protocol to launch its perpetual exchange services. This new partnership will allow DIA’s end-to-end oracle services to provide reliable data feeds in order to power the DeFi protocol’s on-chain operations. As oracles are a crucial part of decentralized exchanges, DIA will play a critical role in the infrastructure of Takepile Protocol. To offer perpetual DEX operations, Takepile requires access to accurate and trustworthy on-chain price feeds for its collateral asset pairs BTC / USD, ETH / USD, FTM / USD, AVAX / USD. DIA is providing customized price reference feeds built through the collection of granular data from multiple off-chain and on-chain sources. This aggregated data is then processed through various cleansing and price determination methodologies. The feeds are computed following a moving average price methodology known as MA. These processing requirements were submitted to DIA through a DIA Custom Delivery Request (CDR) via the DIA Forum and is publicly available to everyone. The Hadouken Finance CDR provides users with a level of transparency about the construction of the price data feeding the protocol. → See CDR #016: Takepile Protocol Sonic from Takepile Protocol COO comments:“We are incredibly thrilled to be a consumer facing partner for DIA. DIA offers us best in class data feeds that allow for an infinite number of tradable assets as we scale our protocol, while maintaining confidence in price accuracy and removing the risk of false liquidations for our users.” Michael Weber, DIA Association President adds:“Takepile Protocol is building a perpetual DEX on Fantom. We are thrilled to support their on-chan operations with access to reliable price references by leveraging our open-source, end-to-end oracle infrastructure. The custom built price oracle will help the protocol to scale and expand their product and community in a reliable and transparent manner.” About DIA DIA is a multi-chain, end-to-end, open-source data and oracle platform for Web3. The DIA platform enables the sourcing, validation and sharing of transparent and verified data feeds for traditional and digital financial applications. DIA’s institutional-grade data feeds cover digital asset prices, NFT floor prices, lending rates, FX rates and more. DIA’s data is directly sourced from a broad array of on-chain and off-chain sources at individual trade-level. This allows DIA feeds to be fully customised with regards to the mix of sources and methodologies, resulting in tailor-made, high resilience feeds and thereby setting a new paradigm for oracles. Homepage | Discord | Twitter | Telegram | Forum | Documentation Partnership with Takepile Protocol was originally published in DIA Insights on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.




Partnership with Hadouken Finance

We are excited to announce that Hadouken Finance has officially integrated DIA’s transparent price oracles to support their lending protocol on the Nervos Network.. — Hadouken Finance is a decentralised finance platform that allows users to borrow, lend, swap, and bridge all in the same place, utilising the near-instant transaction times and near-zero fees that have been made possible by the Nervos Godwoken network. After their successful testnet launch, Hadouken has launched their mainnet beta where users can swap between CKB, ETH, WBTC, BNB, USDC, and USDT, as well as lend and borrow against the same tokens. We are thrilled to announce a new collaboration with Hadouken Finance to provide the DeFi protocol with transparent and customizable market data. Via this cooperation, DIA will provide Hadouken with accurate price feed oracles to support the launch of their newly introduced lending and borrowing pairs. The introduction of these new pairs will give Hadouken a new boost and an edge over the ever-evolving ecosystem on the Nervos Godwoken network. DIA has deployed a dedicated smart contract oracle that provides on-chain price feeds to power Hadouken’s lending platform. The oracle will support feeds for asset pairs CKB/USD, WBTC/USD, ETH/USD, USDC/USD, USDT/USD and BNB/USD. To calculate the price of the assets, the oracle employs a Volume Weighted Average Price (VWAP) methodology, based on a 15-minute time interval. To build price oracles, DIA employs a unique fully transparent, open-source approach. While most oracles depend on third-party centralised data providers, DIA simultaneously sources trade data directly from centralized and decentralised exchanges. This aggregated trade data is then computed and sanitised based on fully transparent methodologies, delivering the final price points. In order to provide the most accurate and reliable on-chain price feeds for Hadouken, DIA has built a dedicated price oracle. The oracle was tailor-made with customised parameters such as an update mechanism, frequency, and computation methodologies. These requirements were transferred to DIA by submitting a DIA Custom Delivery Request (CDR) via the DIA DAO Forum and is publicly available to everyone. → See CDR #016: Hadouken Finance Michael Weber, DIA Association President comments:“We are excited to deliver DIA’s price feed oracle to support Hadouken.finance, and contribute to the increasingly growing ecosystem on the Nervos network. We are thrilled to see how the Nervos network will develop, and how Hadouken can contribute with their new decentralised lending and borrowing services. We are confident DIA oracles will secure Hadouken’s operations and we are excited to continue working together.” “Teller,” Hadouken’s product manager comments:“Hadouken is thrilled to roll out our borrowing and lending platform with the confidence that users are benefiting from accurate price data from DIA’s custom oracle.” About DIA DIA is a multi-chain, end-to-end, open-source data and oracle platform for Web3. The DIA platform enables the sourcing, validation and sharing of transparent and verified data feeds for traditional and digital financial applications. DIA’s institutional-grade data feeds cover digital asset prices, NFT floor prices, lending rates, FX rates and more. DIA’s data is directly sourced from a broad array of on-chain and off-chain sources at individual trade-level. This allows DIA feeds to be fully customised with regards to the mix of sources and methodologies, resulting in tailor-made, high resilience feeds and thereby setting a new paradigm for oracles. Homepage | Discord | Twitter | Telegram | Forum | Documentation Partnership with Hadouken Finance was originally published in DIA Insights on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.




Introducing the Next Phase and Identity for DIA

DIA has been building and shipping for the past months, executing DIAs core mission to provide access to transparent data by building a unique value proposition in the oracle space. Today we are launching an entirely new homepage and App while presenting the maturing DIA brand.. — DIA has been building and shipping for the past months, executing DIAs core mission to provide access to transparent data by building a unique value proposition in the oracle space. Today we are launching an entirely new homepage and UI while presenting the maturing DIA brand. This piece will provide an overview of these improvements from the past months as well as giving a peek into the future. — A quick reminder about DIA - DIA is an open-source oracle platform, which provides data to smart contracts. DIA’s architecture fundamentally differs from other providers in the market in that we cover the entire data value stack: Collection: We collect raw data as individual trades from a number of DEXs and CEXs across various chains as well as specific contract states., Computation: We compute price feeds and other critical information from these individual data points based on the needs of our users, Distribution: We deliver data feeds to off-chain users as well as oracles to smart contracts on-chain on 30 different L1 and L2 networks., This architecture allows DIA to provide the broadest library of data in web3, tailored to any use case, while providing full transparency about sources and computation. — DIA’s central initiatives - While making our oracles available in as many ecosystems as possible and integrating with projects across various verticals in Web3 are ongoing and continuous in nature, we are working on a few initiatives central to our strategy: Expanding DIA’s data library to deliver feeds from digital asset prices, NFT floor price oracles, contract states as well as traditional financial feeds including equities, FX rates and more., Providing a self-service product architecture that allows anyone to autonomously create and deploy data feeds with custom methodologies for specific use cases and guidance to understand the associated risk in depth., Maximising security, data immutability and transparency along DIA’s value stack, from sources used to the library hosted to computation to ingestion of the data., Developing a framework and infrastructure to enable the community to autonomously contribute to the DIA project across verticals from development and data sourcing to business development and marketing., Updating our brand to ensure that the look and feel of our project matches the advances and improvements we have accomplished., Let’s explore each of these in more detail. — Data offering - Being the core product of the DIA platform, we continuously work on broadening and deepening our data library both in terms of categories of data provided and sources used as well as the methodologies applied. The DIA library is already huge and growing every day: 2.000+ standard digital asset price feeds including especially long-tail assets with low volume or liquidity that are not provided by aggregators, 20.000+ Tradfi assets like equities and FX rates, 18.000+ NFT collections’ floor price feeds, Multi-chain, verifiable on-chain Randomness, 70+ data sources including DEXs, CEXs and NFT marketplaces, The overarching goal is to make relevant data feeds available for a variety of use cases, where they are needed, as they are needed. — Self-service architecture - In order to enable frictionless and autonomous interaction with DIA and the possibility for anyone to create data feeds for their specific use case, we are publishing several tools. — Explore DIA’s library with the feed explorer. — DIA’s database has hitherto been made visible via our documentation and interaction with our API endpoints. As this may be abstract for some stakeholders and lacks some context around each data point available, DIA is launching a data explorer that allows anyone to browse and look for specific feeds and sources as well as learn about the context of each data point.DIA’s new feed explorer Which markets are scraped to create the feed? Which networks are they on? What is the number of trades and trading volume? All these questions are important to serve an exponentially growing web3 ecosystem and to make the context of each data feed as well as the feeds themselves accessible without restrictions. → Check it out and explore our database here. — Create custom feeds with xStream. — xStream is DIA’s self-service tool to customise and create any API endpoint, without the need to interact with developers. Users can specify exactly what they require including source markets, methodology parameters like time range, window size, update triggers and frequency.DIA’s custom feed builder xStream If specific requirements are not available or need further fine tuning or a created data feed needs to be brought on-chain, users have the option to get in touch with our product and business development teams to continue the conversation. This is the first step that will serve as a basis to enable the autonomous creation of more complex, use-case driven data feeds rather than only providing standard price feeds with standard methodologies. → Visit xStream and create your custom feed — Community / DAO - We continue to develop a framework and infrastructure for community contributions to DIA. The first steps of creating the foundation for a DAO have been made which allow us to collect learnings to expand and develop this initiative. The next steps in the DAO operation are a closer focus on specific work streams and projects to structure contributions. These more complex and sophisticated projects require more attention to project structuring and will be rolled out over the coming months. This will allow us to leverage the combined networks and brainpower of our community to drive integration into more protocols and ecosystems as well as source and validate data as well as build new features and products.Project- and workstream-driven organisation for the DAO Want to become a DIA contributor? → Join our Discord and get an overview of our bounties. — Transparency and security - One of DIA’s core promises is full transparency about its data value stack. While not exhaustive, transparency is the core driver for security and alignment of interests. DIA has pushed several initiatives to improve transparency across the board. — Revamped documentation. — DIA’s new documentation has been upgraded not only to improve the developer experience by providing a better structure, providing an exhaustive list of smart contract addresses and endpoints as well as rich context about implementation and usage. In addition the new documentation provides additional context about the sources and methodologies we use as well as tutorials about how endpoints and oracles are implemented and used. → Visit DIA Documentation here. — Platform Monitoring Dashboard. — As part of our transparency initiative we launched a dashboard to see the status of the different modules of the DIA platform. We will continue to expand on this and deliver real time status on a broader and more granular level over time. → Visit DIA platform monitoring dashboard here. — CARs and CDRs. — CARs (Community Approval Requests) and CDRs (Custom Delivery Requests) serve an important purpose: Ensuring that the modules of our platform from sources to methodologies and more are publicly vetted and approved (CARs) as well as making requests for custom feeds public and auditable. This way the community can see, challenge and approve or improve anything that is deployed. Visit all DIA CARs here, Visit all DIA CDRs here, — Github. — Our Github has not changed critically, yet it is worth mentioning that it hosts an extensive repo of pull requests that provides transparency about the code base and scrapers implemented in our platform. → Visit DIA’s GitHub repository here. — Brand - DIA launched with a beautiful brand in 2018. Ever since, we have come a long way along all aspects of the project from technology to product to community. We felt that the current brand and presence no longer represents the progress we have made. Today we introduce a new brand that reflects these values more accurately and will give DIA a fresh new look and feel to build around. Discover our new identity on our website: diadata.org — A glimpse ahead - While the explorative nature of the market and the fast-paced dynamics of the ecosystem can make it difficult to give precise timelines, we want to share some of the general topics we are working on. Expanding the trustless architecture along DIA’s entire value stack to maximise the security, stability and validity of our data feeds. The priority focus here will be to introduce a novel approach for a trustless data aggregation mechanisms from off-chain sources that would help to achieve next level security and trust in DIA’s data offering., Providing an automated oracle delivery mechanism which enables anyone to define and deploy any standard oracle within minutes, utilizing DIA’s infrastructure and comprehensive data offering., In-depth risk reporting and management system to ensure that users are aware of general and specific contexts of using the feeds they create and deploy., Continued effort to provide universal availability of DIA’s data feeds on all relevant existing and upcoming networks as well as providing new, relevant, more specific and complex data feeds., We invite everyone to explore our new identity and interfaces and give feedback about other features you might want to see, bugs we may have missed or completely new initiatives and projects we should explore. Get in touch with us at any time on Discord. See you there! → Join DIA’s Discord Server — About DIA - DIA is a multi-chain, end-to-end, open-source data and oracle platform for Web3. The DIA platform enables the sourcing, validation and sharing of transparent and verified data feeds for traditional and digital financial applications. DIA’s institutional-grade data feeds cover digital asset prices, NFT floor prices, lending rates, FX rates and more. DIA’s data is directly sourced from a broad array of on-chain and off-chain sources at individual trade-level. This allows DIA feeds to be fully customized with regards to the mix of sources and methodologies, resulting in tailor-made, high resilience feeds and thereby setting a new paradigm for oracles. Homepage | DIA App | Docs | Forum | Discord | Twitter | Telegram Introducing the Next Phase and Identity for DIA was originally published in DIA Insights on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.




Hello Velas: DIA’s Oracles are Live on the Velas Blockchain

We are thrilled to announce that DIA’s open-source oracle infrastructure is integrated with Velas, the next-generation decentralised EVM-based blockchain solution.. — The Velas blockchain is a third-generation smart contract platform that offers compatibility with Solidity and the Ethereum virtual machine. Velas provides full EVM and Solidity support with fixed low-cost gas fees, short block times and a speed capable of achieving 75.000 transactions per second, therefore not only competing with traditional EVM blockchains but also their layer-2 scaling solutions. The Velas blockchain has the throughput needed to facilitate and scale the thriving Metaverse and Web 3.0 ecosystems better than any other blockchain. By combining the best aspects of Ethereum and Solana the team hopes to create a competitive solution for the next generation of decentralised blockchains. By employing an AI-powered decentralised Proof-Of-Stake (AIDPOS) consensus mechanism Velas tries to solve all of the issues first-generation blockchains like Ethereum are facing. We are delighted to announce that DIA has integrated its open-source oracle infrastructure with the Velas network. DIA’s end-to-end oracle services are now available for builders on the Velas blockchain, fostering the safe development of DeFi and GameFi decentralised application on the network . This integration will enable DIA to easily deploy customizable price oracles for 2k+ digital assets, 18k+ NFT collection and 20k+ traditional financial assets. Velas Head of Business Development says:“Velas is excited to have such a major player like DIA contributing to the network. Having oracle support from DIA will ensure that the developers working in our ecosystem have a reliable gateway, and we are certain DIAs contribution to the network will have a positive impact.” To provide such a comprehensive range of price feeds, DIA’s community of developers scrape data directly from a wide variety of on-chain sources (DEXs, NFT marketplaces, DeFi Protocols, etc.) and off-chain sources (CEXs) at individual trade levels. This granular approach allows DIA to leverage the broadest possible set of sources, ensuring maximum coverage of asset price data and feed reliability. Currently, DIA is fetching data from 65+ data sources. As a result, any asset that is publicly accessible can be sourced, regardless of whether it is listed on exchanges and what its trading volume is. Michael Weber, DIA Co-Founder mentions:“We are thrilled to enter the Velas ecosystem by integrating our open-source and transparent data and oracle infrastructure with Velas new blockchain. Developers will be able to natively access DIA’s broad set of data feeds for digital and traditional assets, as well NFT collections. We are overly excited to start collaborating with Velas native dApps and help them build the best products in an transparent and reliable manner.” DIA’s open-source oracle infrastructure differentiates itself from other Web3 data solutions as it doesn’t rely on third-party data providers. With this system, DIA is able to meet any specific data and asset requirements a project may have while also providing users complete transparency on how the data feeds are made. — Velas network DIA Demo Oracle - Test the DIA demo oracle on the Velas network by interacting with the following demo oracle: Mainnet: 0x0A7dC648C44e31636252be2267B86e0d9E1F8856, Testnet: Coming soon, Note: DIA Demo Oracle contracts are not intended to be integrated into dApps. DIA deploys dedicated contracts for dApps, please request a dedicated oracle. Learn more about DIA demo oracles in the DIA Documentation. — Need a trusted oracle on the Velas network? - Request your custom price feed oracle in the Velas network by getting in touch with DIA’s integration team via Discord or by submitting a Custom Delivery Request on the Forum. Talk to us, Request custom data, — About DIA - DIA is a multi-chain, end-to-end, open-source data and oracle platform for Web3. The DIA platform enables the sourcing, validation and sharing of transparent and verified data feeds for traditional and digital financial applications. DIA’s institutional-grade data feeds cover digital asset prices, NFT floor prices, lending rates, FX rates and more. DIA’s data is directly sourced from a broad array of on-chain and off-chain sources at individual trade-level. This allows DIA feeds to be fully customized with regards to the mix of sources and methodologies, resulting in tailor-made, high resilience feeds and thereby setting a new paradigm for oracles. Homepage | DIA App | Docs | Forum | Discord | Twitter | Telegram Hello Velas: DIA’s Oracles are Live on the Velas Blockchain was originally published in DIA Insights on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.




Community AMA, September 2022

Here is a recap of the eleventh Community AMA, a monthly session where the DIA Team will answer DIA’s community questions and suggestions on the DIA Telegram Community Chat.. — DIA is hosting a monthly Telegram AMA session with the core team. The aim of this monthly event is to improve direct communication between DIA and its community, by collecting community concerns and suggestions and having the DIA core team answer them. Here is a recap of the eleventh Community AMA: In this ninth Community AMA, we had with us members Paul Claudius and Samuel Brack. Please, welcome to this new session! — 1. Do DIA have any plans to be listed in new exchanges?. — The DIA token is already listed on all major CEXs and DEXs. It is possible to trade DIA in more than 40 pairs on +25 exchanges, such as Coinbase, Binance, Huobi, KuCoin, crypto.com, Uniswap.You can check all $DIA pairs and listed exchanges by Coinmarketcap and Coingecko.coinmarketcap.com or www.coingecko.com — 2. Does the bear market affect DIA DAO and contributors? How is the progress and development now?. — There are absolutely no bears at the DIA DAO! :) The bear market and the overall current economic situation have forced DIA, like any other DAO out there, to behave more cautiously and maintain our risk averse treasury management. However, the DAO is utilising this time in the best possible way: building reliable and valuable product and tech stack to enable and support the dApps of tomorrow. We recently launched two major product updates: xFloor, the customizable floor price oracle; and Multi-Randomness, the multi-chain random number generation oracle.Additionally, we continue pushing on the DAO side, improving its decentralised organisation, tooling, processes and much more. Since the inception of its work DAO, the DIA DAO has 1000+ members on Discord, 350+ applicants, 70+ active contributors, 450+ bounties completed, 11k+ earned by the DAO community, and ranked as the 6th top DAO on Dework. These figures get updated every week as we keep progressing, improving and scaling. To keep track of those, we suggest checking the weekly DAO updates on the DIA Community Hub Twitter account or by joining the DIA DAO Discord server.And lastly, we have spent the last few weeks focused on finalising a major update that will mark the beginning of a new phase in DIA’s short history. As you know, DIA has been building for the past months, executing DIA’s core mission to provide access to transparent data by building a unique value proposition in the oracle space. In order to reflect its maturity as a key data provider for the Web3 space, soon, we will unveil a new look as well as a website that will make most of these developments tangible.We can’t wait to share more news on this. Stay tuned for that on our Twitter account: twitter.com — 3. Is there is any job available for community manager and remote job. I am interested for this project.. — Thank you very much for your interest in joining DIA. There are currently no open positions to join the core team. However, we are always looking for new DAO members to join the community of contributors.Currently, there are 60+ open tasks across 7 different guilds in the DIA DAO page. If you are an experienced community manager or mod, I suggest you take a look at the tasks in the Growth & Promo Guild and Operations Guild.You can visit DIA DAO’s Dework profile to see all open tasks and guilds: go.diadata.orgBefore you can start contributing, you must complete the onboarding. If you need help with onboarding, you can get help from our Discord community.Join DIA DAO Discord Server: go.diadata.org — 4. The team recently launched a Randomness oracle. What is unique about it? How is it built?. — I guess you all already know that unpredictable random number generation has become an essential building block for Web3. Decentralised applications, ranging from Web3 games to NFT collections or prediction markets, rely on random numbers to operate. For instance, a random number can grant a game with a lottery mechanism to reward players fairly or provide unpredictable attributes to a collection of NFT artworks.And you probably know as well, dApps, its users and liquidity, live in a broad variety of ecosystems. DIA, as a multi-chain oracle platform, early on identified the need to provide oracle services across all these blockchain platforms. DIA’s open-source and modular architecture enable us to quickly integrate our architecture with new L1 and L2s. Therefore, we built a randomness product, also capable of quickly being deployed in new networks, and hence its name: DIA Multi-Randomness. Currently, it has been deployed in chains like Astar, Aurora, Polygon or Moonbeam, among others, and we are looking into integrate it with new chains based on user’s demand.To offer distributed and verifiable randomness on-chain, DIA leverages drand’s distributed randomness beacon, enabling verifiable, unpredictable and unbiased random numbers. From random number generation to on-chain distribution, DIA Multi-Randomness operates as follows:- Drand randomness generation: in every drand epoch (currently set at 30s for the existing League of Entropy (LoE) beacons, but planned to be decreased on future “unchained” beacons) each of the nodes that form the drand network generates a partial signature, which it broadcasts to the rest of the nodes. Once any node has enough, i.e., a threshold number of signatures, it computes the new randomness beacon, which is the hash of the signature aggregate.- Drand randomness propagation and consumption: the new beacon is propagated through the network to all other nodes. Any node can verify and accept or reject the hash of the signature (i.e., beacon) that it received. Any client or application can consume randomness out of band (i.e., without needing to be part of the drand network) either through the public HTTP APIs or through libp2p’s pubsub protocol, Gossipsub. Clients can also verify that the randomness they received is indeed the one produced by the drand network.- DIA on-chain distribution: the final randomness signature is shipped on-chain as an oracle smart contract. In order to effectively and securely execute these on-chain transactions, DIA has built a robust, decentralised node infrastructure — dubbed DIA xNode. DIA xNode is a network of third-party, decentralized node providers that grant DIA the blockchain infrastructure to push data on-chain ensuring high rate limits.16:16You can learn more about DIA Multi-Randomness here: medium.com — 5. It is pretty impressive to follow DIA’s development. Every week the team keeps shipping new updates. I am specially impressed in the data sources side. What’s the current state on that front? And goal?. — As new L1 and L2 ecosystems are being built and expanded, so does the need for accurate market data to build reliable applications in those networks. There are already a few multi-chain oracle providers out there that can push off-chain data into these networks. But there is an additional layer to it. New ecosystems also mean new native tokens, only deployed in those networks. As most oracle providers publish on-chain, data feeds pre-calculated by third party providers, they are dependent on those organisation to support new assets, before they can push them on-chain.DIA does it differently. We have built an open-source architecture capable of directly integrating new exchanges to fetch market data native to those network. This means that DIA can quickly built a exchange scraper to collect all trades for assets that take place in a specific DEX in a new network. This allows DIA to ensure the broadest asset coverage on new networks and provide accurate price oracles for new, network native tokens. Additionally, DIA can provide full transparency on the process, from data aggregation directly from the DEX’s smart contracts, to its processing, price determination and publication.As a result, with these new supported price oracles, DIA is providing the rails to further develop these new ecosystems and enable new use cases based on these new assets. For instance, DIA can provide price oracles to support decentralised lending & borrowing services for new assets.Let’s take the example of the Metis network, the Ethereum scaling solution. DIA has already integrated 3 DEXs in the Metis ecosystem: Netswap, Tehthys and Hermes Finance. This allows the creation of price oracles for a broad range of Metis native assets, traded in the aforementioned exchanges. By collecting trade data from 3 different exchanges, the risk of single point of failure for asset price feeds is reduced, fostering the ecosystem’s development with access to reliable price oracles for its native assets.Regarding DIA’s goal, our mission is to become the Wikipedia of Web3 data, and provide the broadest and most reliable data library for DeFi, NFTfi and GameFi, across all L1s and L2s.In our documentation, you can track DIA’s progress on the integration of new data sources: docs.diadata.org — 6. What is the purpose of DIA DAO? Is it simply being built to keep the community active or is it critical to DIA’s roadmap?. — When DIA launched in 2018 with a reduced core team and an open-source approach, we managed to set up a fully operational data and oracle platform in a very short time frame. To achieve this, we heavily relied on a distributed community of developers in Gitcoin to quickly build key modules of the DIA platform. That marked the beginning of the DAO. Since then, DIA still leverages a decentralised pool of contributors to continue building new modules and features. This open-source approach has proven to be a very effective way to scale our technical development.A few months ago, we started to scale the rest of DIA’s operations across the different departments/ guilds. Currently, the DIA DAO is still in its initial phases, as we have spent the last months setting up the right processes, tools, frameworks and more. But I can already say that many of DIA’s critical operations have been moved to a DAO setup, in order to not only scale but also decentralise the development.The final goal of DIA as a DAO is to become a fully-fledged DAO across all project verticals and leverage the wisdom of the crowds to build a best in class product and organisationStart contributing to the DIA DAO by joining our Dework page: dework.xyz — 7. I saw that lately, DIA is interacting with @ DIACommunityHub on Twitter. What is this account exactly? Is it directly linked to DIA?. — The DIA Community Hub is an open-source space created and curated by DAO contributors, in order to publish their work, educate on Web3, DAOs, oracles and share the latest DIA ecosystem news. It is present both on Twitter, for daily news and updates, but also on Medium, for the more elaborated pieces. The DIA Community Hub is not limited to education and knowledge dissemination. The Hub serves as a way for communities inside DIA DAO to merge and share opinions and achieve consensus on knowledge propagation, unleashing DIA DAO’s wisdom.It’s a great project initiated and curated by the DAO community, and the core team has not have direct control over it but from time to time, we happily contribute to the Hub and interact with its accounts. It is definitely one to watch for.You can learn more here: medium.com — 8. You launched NFT Floor Price Oracle in the past months. How is it different from the usual floor price? How does it work?. — Indeed we recently launched DIA xFloor, to provide dApps with real-time price feeds containing the value of NFT collections. DIA xFloor enables Web3 builders to easily integrate NFTs into the DeFi ecosystem, and enable capital efficiency and drive mass adoption of NFTs. This represents a crucial building block to facilitate NFTfi use cases as it enables NFTs to be leveraged for DeFi applications such as lending and borrowing, staking and swapping, and many more.A clear value proposition of xFloor, following DIA’s ethos, is to provide data based on fully transparent sources and methodologies. DIA xFloor is capable of determining NFT price by pulling historical sales data directly from the NFT marketplace’s smart contracts on its respective network and applying fully transparent data processing methodologies. By directly listening to the blockchain transaction and fetching data from the origin, DIA xFloor ensures full data accuracy and transparency.When requested by users, custom filters and price methodologies can also be delivered. DIA applies outlier detection filters for the NFT floor price data and can produce custom price methodologies on demand.An interesting fact about xFloor is that, as it tracks data from multiple NFT marketplaces including OpenSea, Looksrare or TofuNFT, among other, DIA xFloor currently offers support for almost 20.000 NFT collections.To understand things in context, we could take the example of Zumer Protocol, the first xFloor user. Zumer Protocol has successfully integrated DIA’s NFT floor price oracle services into its platform. The custom NFT floor price oracle is feeding the Zumer protocol with accurate and timely NFT price feeds for various collections including Bored Ape Yacht Club, Crypto Punks, Mutant Ape Yacht Club and many more. The oracle will play a critical role in the operations of the liquidity protocol for collateralized lending of NFTs.You can learn more about DIA xFloor here: medium.com — 9. Are we going to see DIA taking part in events and conferences in the next months? They are still crucial to stay relevant within the space. — Absolutely! We have been present in major events across the globe during this year so far, such as Polkadot Decoded NYC and Berlin, ETH CC Paris, NFT NYC, Blockchain Oracle Summit, etc.The agenda is quite packed for us for the next weeks, as we will be speaking at the dAppcon and Borderless, both in Berlin. Afterwards, we will pack our suitcases and go to Lisbon for Solana breakpoint.IRL events are back at full steam, and we want to be present in as many events as possible to continue building relationship with current partners as forge new ones. All new events and conference participations will be announced via our Twitter account. If we happen to be in the same event, don’t hesitate to DM and let’s meet! — About DIA - DIA is a multi-chain, end-to-end, open-source data and oracle platform for Web3. The DIA platform enables the sourcing, validation and sharing of transparent and verified data feeds for traditional and digital financial applications. DIA’s institutional-grade data feeds cover digital asset prices, NFT floor prices, lending rates, FX rates and more. DIA’s data is directly sourced from a broad array of on-chain and off-chain sources at individual trade-level. This allows DIA feeds to be fully customised with regards to the mix of sources and methodologies, resulting in tailor-made, high resilience feeds and thereby setting a new paradigm for oracles. Homepage | Discord | Twitter | Telegram | Forum | Documentation Community AMA, September 2022 was originally published in DIA Insights on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.




Partnership with SiO2 Finance

We are excited to announce that SiO2 Finance has officially integrated DIA’s transparent price feed oracles to support their lending protocol on the Astar Network.. — SiO2.Finance is a decentralized borrowing and lending platform built on the Astar network, one of the parachains of Polkadot. SiO2’s vision is to bring one of the core DeFi components to the Polkadot ecosystem, making it possible for investors to deposit assets and borrow against them. SiO2 also offers some unique features like creating one-click shorting positions, as well as one-click flashloans to enable easy arbitrage trading and more. SiO2 has chosen to add more assets to its platform and give users a wider choice. We are thrilled to announce a new collaboration with SiO2 Finance to provide the DeFi protocol on Astar with a customizable and transparent asset price oracle. Via this collaboration, DIA will provide SiO2 with accurate and transparent price feeds to support the aggregation of new assets to the multi-virtual machine lending and borrowing platform. The introduction of these new pairs will expand the product offering of SiO2’s decentralized platform, enabling users to lend and borrow a variety of new DeFi assets in a trustless and secure manner. DIA has deployed a dedicated smart-contract oracle on the Astar mainnet and the Shibuya testnet, enabling accurate and reliable on-chain price feeds for the asset pairs USDC/USD, USDT/USD, BUSD/USD, DAI/USD, WASTR/USD, WBTC/USD, WETH/USD, BNB/USD, DOT/USD, BAI/USD and aUSD/USD. The final price points of these assets are calculated by sourcing trade data from a variety of sources and applying Moving Average (MA) pricing methodology. To supply the most accurate price feeds for the assets specified by SiO2 Finance, DIA has built a tailor-made oracle smart contract. The oracle was designed with custom parameters such as the update mechanism and frequency. These requirements were transferred to DIA by submitting a DIA Custom Delivery Request (CDR) via the DIA DAO Forum and is publicly available to everyone. → See CDR #014: SiO2 Finance To build price oracles, DIA employs a unique fully transparent, open-source approach. While most oracles depend on third-party centralized data providers, DIA simultaneously sources trade data directly from centralized and decentralized exchanges. This aggregated trade data is then computed and sanitized based on fully transparent methodologies, delivering the final price points. Michael Weber, DIA Association President comments:“We are excited to provide our oracles to such an innovative platform like SiO2. We truly believe that multi-chain and multi-VM compatibility is the future, so enabling SiO2 in taking the right steps toward this future really is something to be excited about. We are sure that the oracles deployed by DIA will give the SiO2 team the confidence to continue building, as well as provide the best price feeds for all their users. We are definitely excited to work with them in the future.” SiO2 team comments:“We are excited to partner with DIA, a promising project building the cross-chain oracle platform for Web3. We will use DIA as one of the price feeds to our oracle assets. Through this partnership, we will be closer to our vision, building the multi-VM lending hub on Astar for Polkadot. We are looking forward to working with DIA and contributing to the development of the Astar ecosystem.” About DIA DIA is a multi-chain, end-to-end, open-source data and oracle platform for Web3. The DIA platform enables the sourcing, validation and sharing of transparent and verified data feeds for traditional and digital financial applications. DIA’s institutional-grade data feeds cover digital asset prices, NFT floor prices, lending rates, FX rates and more. DIA’s data is directly sourced from a broad array of on-chain and off-chain sources at individual trade-level. This allows DIA feeds to be fully customised with regards to the mix of sources and methodologies, resulting in tailor-made, high resilience feeds and thereby setting a new paradigm for oracles. Homepage | Discord | Twitter | Telegram | Forum | Documentation Partnership with SiO2 Finance was originally published in DIA Insights on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.




Community Update: August 2022

Here are DIA’s latest updates as of August 2022, including the launch of the DIA Community Hub, oracle deployments, partnerships and integrations with protocols, including the first integration of xFloor, and many other recent happenings.. — — Overview - In the months that passed since the previous community update in May, the DeFi industry has recovered from a long and cold winter in the bear market by 15.30%. It now stands at a TVL (Total Value Locked) of $63 billion, compared to $54 billion at the beginning of the third quarter. The DeFi ecosystem previously lost 68% in the TVL and experienced a continued liquidity crunch in the second quarter. This recovery was led by Ether going up 56% in value since July, peaking at 91% ahead of the blockchain’s upcoming “Merge.” Accordingly, DIA intensified its efforts towards product and business development, introducing new product features and updates like DIA xFloor, the customizable floor price oracle and Multi-Randomness, the multi-chain random number generation oracle. Its ecosystem continues to grow steadily, with more partnerships and integrations with major protocols being announced every week. The DIA DAO is also making significant strides in its objective of complete decentralization across all verticals. This community update brings you up to speed with the recent happenings in the DIA ecosystem since the last one. Continue reading to find out more. — 🌐 | DIA DAO - In the past months, DIA DAO intensified its efforts to build the DAO community by consistently seeking feedback, organizing community AMAs and calls with contributors, and pushing proposals to discuss and vote on the DIA platform’s features and DAO governance. — CARs — Community Approval Requests. — CAR #017: FTX | Source — Approved | Learn more, CAR #018: NetSwap | Source — Approved | Learn more, CAR #019: KuCoin | Source — Approved | Learn more, CAR #020: Quick Swap | Source — Approved | Learn more, CAR #021: LBank | Source — Approved | Learn more, CAR #022: Hermes | Source — Approved | Learn more, CAR #023: DFYN | Source — Approved | Learn more, CAR #024: Binance US | Source — Approved | Learn more, CAR #025: ApeSwap | Source — Approved | Learn more, CAR #026: BiSwap | Source — Approved | Learn more, CAR #027: Bitmex | Source — Approved | Learn more, CAR #028: Stella Swap | Source — Approved | Learn more, CAR #029: OKX | Source — Approved | Learn more, CAR #030: Crypto.com | Source — Pending approval | Learn more, — Proposal Discussion. — A new discussion was initiated on the DIA Forum titled the DAO Contributor Leaderboard structure. The context of the proposal was to employ a new ranking methodology and reward structure for the weekly and monthly top-performing contributors in DIA DAO Dework. The topics discussed were to change the XP logic for bounties, with greater rewards, more accurate allocation of XP, and utilization of a new reward structure for the weekly and monthly leaderboards. Learn more, — Community AMAs. — The Community AMAs are a series of monthly sessions wherein the DIA Team answers queries and discusses suggestions by DIA’s community on the DIA Telegram Community Chat. Here is a recap of the Community AMAs from June to August. Read June AMA | Read July AMA | Read August AMA, — DIA DAO Alpha phase. — The DIA DAO Alpha phase is still in progress after its launch in the previous quarter. After internal tests with smaller groups to streamline the onboarding flow, a selected group of members were onboarded to various guilds where their diverse skills and experiences were the most relevant. The selected contributors get handsomely rewarded for their high-quality contributions for DAO development. Learn more, — DIA Community Hub Launch. — The DIA Community Hub was officially launched this month. It is an open-source education platform for DIA DAO contributors. The platform is an avenue to share and access DIA ecosystem news, as well as discuss Web3 and DAO-related topics. An active giveaway is also being run on its Twitter page to support the launch. Learn more, — Tooling Partner: Dework. — The DIA DAO has chosen to utilize Dework’s task management infrastructure to organize and scale its operations. The task management tool provides an overview of the respective DAO guilds, helps manage the tasks and dispense rewards. Contributors are also given real-time access to the DAO leaderboards, which are ranked based on the XP gained by completing tasks. Learn more, — Community Events. — The DIA DAO started to hold events geared towards improving the community on its Discord server. These events were commenced via an icebreaker event, whereby contributors got to introduce themselves and ask questions related to DIA DAO. This event eventually became the bi-weekly contributor call. Since then, many other community events, such as product deep-dives, live Q&As, the first governance call, and weekly trivia nights, have been hosted on the Discord server. You can find out more about all major happenings in DIA DAO here. — 💎 | Product/Tech - In the past weeks, the tech/development team has concentrated efforts on deploying DIA’s oracle infrastructure across many ecosystems, new and updated existing products, and market scrapers for multiple DEXs and CEXs. DIA also continued to expand its oracle capabilities to support WASM based dApps. Here is a recap of the latest tech developments: — → Multi-chain Integrations. — — Hello Wanchain: DIA’s Oracles are Live on Wanchain Network. — DIA’s open-source oracle infrastructure is now integrated with Wanchain, the world’s premier decentralized blockchain interoperability solution. Learn more, — Hello OKC: DIA Completes Oracle Integration with OKXChain (OKC). — DIA successfully integrated its open-source oracle infrastructure with the smart contract platform OKC, enabling developers on the network to access DIA’s comprehensive data library to build a variety of DeFi and NFTfi dApps. Learn more, — Hello Boba Network: DIA’s Oracles Live on Boba Testnet. — DIA oracles are now integrated with Boba Network testnet, enabling dApp development on the first compute-focused multichain layer-2 scaling solution for EVM-compatible chains. Learn more, — Hello CLV: DIA Becomes CLV’s Go-To Oracle Provider. — DIA becomes the first data and oracle solution of the network, acting as a critical layer of the smart contract platform. DIA oracles will enable dApps deployed on the CLV chain to connect to the outside world data in a trustless manner and expand their GameFi, DeFi and NFTFi use cases, including but not limited to stablecoins, lending and borrowing, and randomness. Learn more, You can find out more about DIA Multi-chain Integrations here. — → Oracle Innovations. — — DIA xFloor: Transparent, Customizable NFT Floor Price Oracle. — The DIA xFloor provides smart contracts with real-time price feeds containing NFT floor prices. This makes NFT integration into DeFi easy, driving mass adoption and enabling capital efficiency. Zumer was the first protocol to integrate DIA’s NFT floor price oracle to power its NFT liquidity protocol. Learn more, — DIA Multi-Randomness: Distributed Multi-chain Randomness Oracle. — In collaboration with drand, DIA Multi-Randomness provides smart contracts with unpredictable and unbiased random numbers, facilitating the development of Web3 use cases across multiple blockchains. DIA multi-randomness is now live on Polygon Network, Moonbeam Network, Astar Network and Wanchain. Learn more, — The First WASM Compatible Oracles. — DIA’s oracle infrastructure has expanded and is now compatible with the WASM development language. Astar and Shiden Networks have integrated DIA’s WASM compatible oracles into their ecosystems, enabling builders to easily connect Web Assembly-based dApps to DIA’s comprehensive data set of DeFi, TradFi and NFTfi assets. Learn more, You can find out more about DIA Product Updates here. — → Market Scrapers. — Biswap: The BiswapDEX scraper is now live, enabling DIA to source market data from the Biswap DEX on the BNB Chain to build transparent and customizable price feed oracles. As many assets are only available and traded on blockchain specific DEXs, this product update enables DIA to build price feed oracles for BSC-native assets., SpookySwap: The SpookySwap scraper is now live, enabling DIA to source market data from the Fantom decentralized exchange. With this update, SpookySwap is now a new data source, enabling DIA to build price feed oracles for Fantom-native assets., Apeswap: The ApeSwap scraper is now live, enabling DIA to source market data from the BNB Chain native decentralized exchange. ApeSwap is added as a new data source to the DIA Platform, enabling DIA to build price feed oracles for Binance Chain native assets., ArthSwap: The ArthswapDEX scraper is now live, enabling DIA to source market data from the ArthSwap DEX on the Astar Network to build transparent and customizable price feed oracles. This product update enables DIA to build price feed oracles for Astar-native assets., Crypto.com: The Crypto.com scraper is now live, enabling DIA to collect and aggregate market data from the centralized exchange. As CEXs provide a high trading volume, this integration enables DIA to build accurate and reliable cryptocurrency price feed oracles for Web3. DIA does this by pulling and aggregating every single trade’s price data directly from Crypto.com., Binance: The Binance scraper is live, validating the CEX as a new market data source for the DIA Platform. This enables DIA to build price feed orales for Binance Chain native assets., Bitmex: The Bitmex exchange scraper is now live, enabling the DIA Platform to source market data from the centralized exchange. This integration enables DIA to build accurate and transparent cryptocurrency price feed oracles for Web3., Stellawap: The StellaSwap exchange scraper is live. DIA can now source market data from the native DEX on the Moonbeam Network. This update means that StellSwap is now a new data source, enabling DIA to build price feed oracles for Moonbeam-native assets., Tethys Finance: The Tethys Finance exchange scraper is now live. The MetisDAO-native DEX is now a data source for the DIA Platform. With this update, DIA can build price feed oracles for Metis-native assets., Project Serum: The Project Serum exchange scraper is live. Adding the Solana-native DEX as a market data source enables DIA to build price oracles for Solana-native assets., Find all data sources and collection methodology in the DIA Documentation. Find the data sources integrations recap of Q1 and Q2 in the DIA Blog — 🤝 | Partnerships/Integrations - DIA’s ecosystem continues to grow as it secures more partnerships and integrations. Its transparent and customizable oracle services are some of the many reasons dApps, protocols, exchanges and launchpads choose DIA as a strategic partner. Here is an overview of the latest additions to the DIA ecosystem: Zumer Protocol is a non-custodial liquidity protocol with a novel credit and liquidity risk management mechanism. It allows permissionless loan origination and BNPL for all kinds of NFT assets by segregating different risks to different liquidity providers. Zumer is built by Sumeria Labs. Learn more., Chainstack is a protocol that provides a single point of access for blockchain projects across any protocol. It allows you to deploy a node to a public network or create a consortium network in just a few clicks.Learn more., Rikkei Finance is a Web3 platform that encompasses a DeFi lending protocol and an NFT Marketplace, with a specific focus on NFT rentals and NFT-based lending and borrowing mechanisms. Learn more., GTON Capital is a protocol that solves issues concerning complicated, multi-step user experiences and insufficient liquidity of tokens wrapped in chains other than Ethereum. Its diverse infrastructure includes bridge aggregators, cross-chain wallets, and LP reward farming products. Learn more., Arka is a gamified DeFi protocol built on top of Polygon, aligning economic interests between devs, creators, and players for the creation of a sustainable long-term distributed DeFi ecosystem and creator economy. Learn more., NFTY Finance is a cross-chain Web3 authentication layer used for subscription service, loyalty incentives, and access management. NFTY provides verifiable ownership for digital assets. Learn more., You can find out more about DIA Partnerships and Integrations here. Also, anyone can request custom oracles for dApps or protocols by submitting a CDR on the DIA Forum or contacting the DIA team on Discord. Find out how to submit a CDR or request oracles on Discord. — 🎙 | Events - — WASM Conference: WASM — An Essential Building Block for the Future of dApp Development. — DIA software developer Nitin Gurbani took part in the first WASM conference, alongside builders of the Astar Network, Acala Network, Parity Tech, Subsquid and Alliance Block. Read more, — AMA: Why Build in the Metaverse?. — Paul Claudius — DIA co-founder, joined Hanan Nor, Ann-Maria Yanakieva, and Outlier Ventures CEO — Jamie Burke, for the Base Camp AMA session on the metaverse. Read more, — Roundtable Discussion: NFTs, DeFi and Oracles. — A discussion with PineLoans and BitsCrunch was hosted by DIA on a Twitter space in June. The role of oracles in facilitating the integration of NFTs into DeFi to enable NFTfi (NFT financialization) was discussed. Listen, — Polkadot-Decoded, Berlin. — DIA was at the Polkadot-Decoded event that took place at Berlin in June. The topics of discussion included all things related to the Polkadot network. Read more, — Panels: NFTs, DeFi and Oracles. — These were deep dives into how oracles are powering NFTfi use cases, enabling NFT capital efficiency and mass adoption. The two Twitter spaces had DIA co-founder — Paul Claudius, Outlier Ventures CEO — Jamie Burke, and Sumeria Labs’ co-founder — SY in attendance. Listen, — Panel: Building in the Astar Network. — A deep dive into building in the Astar ecosystem with builders from Astar Degens, AstridDAO, SiO2 Finance, and Starfish Finance. Listen, — ETH Community Conference (EthCC) Week, Paris. — DIA core contributors were in Paris for the fifth edition of the largest annual European Ethereum gathering — the ETH Community Conference week. Read more, — Panel: CeFi, DeFi and Oracles. — A discussion about all things CeFi, DeFi and oracles with contributors from the commodity and cryptocurrency exchange Vaultoro and the stablecoin protocol called The Standard protocol. Listen, — Borderless Conference, Berlin. — DIA co-founder Paul Claudius was one of the speakers at the Borderless Berlin Conference. Read more, — 📰 | Press - “NFTY Finance Partnership with DIA” — BSC Daily, “DIA Live on Wanchain” — The Bit Times, — About DIA - DIA is a multi-chain, end-to-end, open-source data and oracle platform for Web3. The DIA platform enables the sourcing, validation and sharing of transparent and verified data feeds for traditional and digital financial applications. DIA’s institutional-grade data feeds cover digital asset prices, NFT floor prices, lending rates, FX rates and more. DIA’s data is directly sourced from a broad array of on-chain and off-chain sources at individual trade-level. This allows DIA feeds to be fully customized with regards to the mix of sources and methodologies, resulting in tailor-made, high resilience feeds and thereby setting a new paradigm for oracles. Homepage | Discord | Twitter | Telegram | Forum | Documentation Community Update: August 2022 was originally published in DIA Insights on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.




Partnership with NFTY Finance

We are delighted to announce that NFTY Finance has integrated DIA’s price oracles into its platform to enable accurate on-chain transactions across multiple chains.. — NFTY Finance is a cross-chain Web3 authentication layer used for subscription service, loyalty incentives and access management. NFTY provides verifiable ownership for digital assets, and $NFTY holders benefit as owners of the ecosystem currency that makes NFTs, and other digital assets, useful by automating their use as provable keys to access metaverses, gated content, experiences, communities, and much more. We are excited to announce DIA’s new collaboration and oracle integration with NFTY Finance. With this new partnership, DIA will start delivering price oracles for the NFTY token, to power the NFTY Platform on Ethereum and the BNB chain. As the NFTY token will act as the primary mechanism for all functions within the NFTY ecosystem, DIA’s oracle services will play a critical role in the infrastructure of NFTY Finance. In order to enable the accurate and reliable on-chain operations of the NFTY token, DIA has built a dedicated price feed oracle for NFTY. The feed was tailor-made for NFTY, with customized parameters such as update mechanism, frequency and computation methodologies. These requirements were transferred to DIA by submitting a DIA Custom Delivery Request (CDR) via the DIA DAO Forum and is publicly available to everyone. → See CDR #013: NFTY To build price oracles, DIA employs a unique fully transparent, open-source approach. While most oracles depend on third-party centralised data providers, DIA simultaneously sources trade data directly from centralized and decentralized exchanges. This aggregated trade data is then computed and sanitised based on fully transparent methodologies, delivering the final price points. Michael Weber, DIA Association President comments:“We are thrilled to cooperate with the NFTY Finance to create a custom on-chain price feed to power its platform. DIA’s open-source infrastructure enables the creation of accurate and reliable price oracles for any digital asset and NFT collection, regardless of volume and listing conditions. DIA’s price oracle will ensure the accurate and reliable on-chain transactions within the NFTY Platform.” James Lawrence, NFTY CEO adds:“The NFTY team is very happy to partner with DIA to receive an oracle solution for the upcoming NFT-DeFi platform that allows users to Borrow and Lend against NFTs at www.nfty.finance. DIA has offered first-class speed and professionalism in creating our much needed solution, and we’re excited to continue working together in the future!” — About DIA - DIA is a multi-chain, end-to-end, open-source data and oracle platform for Web3. The DIA platform enables the sourcing, validation and sharing of transparent and verified data feeds for traditional and digital financial applications. DIA’s institutional-grade data feeds cover digital asset prices, NFT floor prices, lending rates, FX rates and more. DIA’s data is directly sourced from a broad array of on-chain and off-chain sources at individual trade-level. This allows DIA feeds to be fully customised with regards to the mix of sources and methodologies, resulting in tailor-made, high resilience feeds and thereby setting a new paradigm for oracles. Homepage | Discord | Twitter | Telegram | Forum | Documentation Partnership with NFTY Finance was originally published in DIA Insights on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.




Partnership with Arka Finance

We are thrilled to announce that Arka has officially integrated DIA’s price and Multi-Randomness oracles to support its Gamified DeFi protocol on Polygon.. — Arka is a Gamified DeFi protocol built on top of Polygon, aligning economic interests between devs, creators, and players for the creation of a sustainable long-term distributed DeFi ecosystem and creator economy. Arka aims to encompass classic DeFi functionality with a new gamified touch. This way, retail investors can combine investing with gamified DeFi like dual options, lotteries and crash games, offering new and innovative options to the regular joe. We are thrilled to announce our partnership with Arka, to support the GameFi protocol on Polygon with transparent and reliable oracle services. DIA is officially supporting Arka’s on-chain operations with price and randomness oracles. On one hand, DIA is delivering oraclised data feeds for a variety of digital asset prices. These price feeds will include the moving average of assets ASTAR, BTC, USD, MATIC, DOT and GLMR, and will support Arka’s Dual options. On the other hand, DIA has deployed a dedicated Multi-Randomness oracle on Polygon for Arka. The oracle will power the lottery smart contracts of Arkas’ platform in a distributed and verifiable manner. These requirements were transferred to DIA by submitting a DIA Custom Delivery Request (CDR) via the DIA DAO Forum and is publicly available to everyone. The Arka Finance CDR provides users with transparency on how the price data feeding the protocol is built. → See CDR #011: Arka Finance Michael Weber, DIA Association President comments:“We are excited to have Arka as one of DIA’s partners. With our newly released Multi-randomness oracle on Polygon we can provide new and innovative technology to one of the key features of Arka in a transparent and verifiable manner, and bring new functionality as an Oracle-provider to the blockchain. Arka will be the first one to use our technology like this, and we are sure many more will follow.” — About DIA - DIA is a multi-chain, end-to-end, open-source data and oracle platform for Web3. The DIA platform enables the sourcing, validation and sharing of transparent and verified data feeds for traditional and digital financial applications. DIA’s institutional-grade data feeds cover digital asset prices, NFT floor prices, lending rates, FX rates and more. DIA’s data is directly sourced from a broad array of on-chain and off-chain sources at individual trade-level. This allows DIA feeds to be fully customised with regards to the mix of sources and methodologies, resulting in tailor-made, high resilience feeds and thereby setting a new paradigm for oracles. Homepage | Discord | Twitter | Telegram | Forum | Documentation Partnership with Arka Finance was originally published in DIA Insights on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.




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CF Benchmarks and Open-Source Oracle Platform DIA Make Crypto Indexes Av...

    DIA, the open source data platform for decentralised finance and the UK FCA-regulated crypto index provider CF Benchmarks announced today that they will make CF Benchmarks’ crypto index reference prices available via the DIA oracle suite. With a total settlement volume of more than $500bn since its inception in 2017, UK-based CF Benchmarks Ltd is the world’s leading crypto index provider. Acquired in 2019 by the global digital asset exchange Kraken, CF Benchmarks provides reference rates that are tracked by ETFs and ETPs listed on exchanges around the globe, including Canada, Brazil, Switzerland and Germany. CF Benchmarks is best known for its CME CF Bitcoin Reference Rate, a price benchmark used by the CME Group to settle Bitcoin futures and options. Access to Compliant ETH and SOL prices In this new move, DIA will include CF Benchmarks’ reference prices as feeds in its data offering. As a start, reference prices for native tokens of the Layer 1 blockchains Ethereum and Solana will be provided as oracles. Oracles are smart-contract-readable data streams that enable applications running on the blockchain to ingest and read data from outside their own ecosystems. ETH and SOL reference prices will be provided to both Ethereum-native and Solana-native developers. The availability of institutional-grade reference prices from a benchmark regulation compliant and Big 4 audited provider will enable secure development of new financial products and services underpinn... read More



Coinbase Lists Open Source Oracle Platform DIA

    DIA’s listing news generated major attention on the oracle platform as the DIA token’s trading volume skyrocketed by 1000%, with +$120M DIA traded in 24 hours. DIA is now in full-trade mode in Coinbase Exchange and Coinbase Pro, allowing users to buy and sell the token. Launched in 2018, DIA is a cross-chain, end-to-end, open-source oracle platform for Web3, enabling the crowd-sourcing, validation and sharing of transparent and verified data for dApps. DIA’s governance token empowers the community to govern the DIA platform and validate DIA's crowdsourced data feeds. This Monday, January 24, DIA was listed on Coinbase allowing inbound transfers of the DIA token in the regions where trading is supported. The listing news caught the attention of the web3 community as the volume of DIA skyrocketed by 1000%, with more than $120M DIA being traded within 24 hours. Together with Kraken and Binance, Coinbase is one of the leading web3 platforms for buying, selling, transferring, and storing digital assets. According to Coinbase, approximately 73 million verified users, 10,000 institutions, and 185,000 ecosystem partners are operating on the platform. Currently, DIA is available on Coinbase Exchange and Coinbase Pro with pairs DIA-USD, DIA-USDT, DIA-EUR.     read More



DIA is the First Oracle to Integrate with Astar Network

    DIA is the first oracle provider to integrate its oracle infrastructure with the Astar Network, running on the Polkadot Relaychain. The oracle deployment will facilitate DeFi applications on Astar to easily connect to the outside world data. The open-source data provider DIA announced today the integration of its decentralized oracle infrastructure with the Astar Network, running on the Polkadot Relaychain. This oracle deployment will facilitate DeFi applications on Astar to easily connect to the outside world data via DIA’s trusted oracles. Astar Network, previously known as Plasm, is a dApp hub on Polkadot that supports Ethereum, WebAssembly, and layer 2 solutions like ZK Rollups. Astar Network won the 3rd Polkadot parachain auction on December 2, 2021, and onboarded to the Polkadot Relay Chain on December 18, 2021. As the Polkadot Relay Chain doesn’t support smart contracts, Astar is working to provide a solution for all developers by parachain where EVM and WebAssembly smart contracts can co-exist and communicate with each other. Thanks to Astar’s Ethereum and WebAssembly compatibility, DeFi applications can seamlessly be deployed on Astar’s parachain, where DIA will be able to feed them with accurate and transparent market data. DIA’s price feed oracles will fuel a range of use cases, such as lending and borrowing protocols, stablecoins, staking rewards and many more. To build the data feeds, DIA simultaneously aggregates price data at a ver... read More



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