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SupraOracles integrates with full-stack Layer-1 smart contract platform Radix

Golden Finance reported that SupraOracles has announced its integration with the full-stack Layer-1 smart contract platform Radix. This combination will allow Web3 developers to quickly build decentralized applications using Radix's Scrypto programming language, along with Supra's data on more than 100 encrypted transaction pairs and the verifiable decentralized randomness function (VRF) through Supra. This integration will accelerate the growth of the Supra and Radix ecosystems.


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