Welcome to the Oracles page, a comprehensive hub dedicated to interacting with oracle services on ZKsync Era. As the demand for decentralized applications continues, the need for reliable and efficient oracle services becomes paramount. Within these sections, you'll unearth specialized usage guides and tangible examples designed to facilitate seamless interactions with a variety of different oracle services.

For an extended list of infrastructure options within the ZKsync ecosystem, feel free to explore the infrastructure category on Dappradar.

Chainlink private feeds provide secure, reliable, and tamper-proof price data for your smart contracts.


DIA token price feeds provide smart contract real-time price information of 3,000+ cryptocurrencies, transparently sourced from 80+ trusted, high-volume DEXs and CEXs. Check out the usage guide below to get started today!


Gelato provides access to Verifiable Random Functions (VRF) on ZKsync. VRFs are cryptographic primitives that generate pseudorandom numbers in a way that is provably secure and verifiable. A VRF allows a holder of a private key to produce a random number along with a proof that the number was generated legitimately (making it publically verifiable). More information, including how to use VRFs in your dApp, can be found in the Gelato docs.


Pythnet price feeds use a "pull" price update model, where users are responsible for posting price updates on-chain when needed. Checkout the usage guide to get started today!


RedStone delivers frequently updated, reliable, and diverse data feeds for your dApp and smart contracts. Check out all the price feeds available to ZKsync Era and get started with the provided usage guide.

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