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Chainlink Keepers & VRF are now available on the Avalanche blockchain

11-Jun-2022 By: Rohit Tripathi
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Chainlink Keepers & VRF are now available on the Avalanche

blockchainChainlink (LINK), a blockchain oracle platform, has implemented Chainlink Keepers and Chainlink Verifiable Random Function (VRF) into the Avalanche Primary Network, a specific subnet within the Avalanche platform.

The Chainlink team stated that the collaboration with Avalanche is done to help developers within the platform, according to sources. Developers will be able to automate smart contract operations in a decentralized manner using Chainlink Keepers. Chainlink VRF, on the other hand, will provide a random number generator (RNG) that may be utilized in a variety of decentralized apps that demand unpredictability.

The creator and CEO of Ava Labs, Emin Gün Sirer, believes that integration is a significant milestone for those developing in Avalanche. This will "simplify both the development and user experiences," according to Sirer. Avalanche's executive also mentioned that this will improve DApp's functionality and appearance. "The Avalanche Community is packed with diligent developers, and their ability to quickly create and distribute large-scale applications has just been easier," he said.

Sergey Nazarov, a co-founder of Chainlink, commented on the new development as well. According to him, developers would be able to create smart contract applications with end-to-end functionality and apply a validated RNG to any application inside the platform.

In February, Chainlink launched the 2nd edition of its VRF feature. The Chainlink platform uses the function to generate random numbers and to offer cryptographic proof that the number was generated by integrating block data and an oracle's private key.

Chainlink also debuted its price feeds service on the Solana blockchain earlier in June. This feature allows Solana platform developers to utilize the BTC/USD, ETH/USD, and USDC/USD price feeds in their apps.

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